with Rev Stephen Wigley.
with Anna Ford and John Humphrys.
with Angela Tilby.
with Libby Purves and birthday guest Peter Jay.
Producer Lucy Cacanas
Regional Variations (2)
Lord, thy word abideth (Ravenshaw); Psalm 119, w 3340; Teach me, 0
Lord (Attwood): Christ, the teacher of disciples (Wilson). Director of music
Alan Wilson. Organist Gordon Stewart.
Part 23 of John Bunyan 's classic. Rpt For details see Monday
Introduced byJenni Murray.
Are you Mum, Mummy or Mama to yours? Sue Margolis investigates a matter of motherhood.
Serial: The Odd Women (2) For details see yesterday
Repeated from Sunday 2.00pm
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with Daire Brehan.
Second series of Lucy Flannery 's
Writers' Guild award-winning sitcom. Maria is stuck for a subject for her article, Ruby's dissertation is going nowhere and all Paul and Richard can do is ogle supermodels ...
Producer Liz Anstee
with Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
Stephen Laughton 's first radio play is about a Filipino student who comes to England. Back in her home village, like the other girls who do not marry, she is known as a "happy auntie".
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
They Just Don't Think We're Ready for It. In the last of the series, children give first-hand accounts of the pains and joys of growing up - from adults' almost universal fear of adolescence to children's courage in facing change and their inspiring hope of creating a better future.
A Sarah McCrum and Joni Lloyd production
Quentin Cooper reviews the week's film releases, including the new Star Trek movie, as well as a very unusual version of Romeo and Juliet.
Producer Ann Marie O'Callaghan Revised rpt at 9.30pm
"I could see what Tom was thinking: that I was odd but harmless. That would have to do for the moment.
After my previous experience, being thought harmless seemed like a compliment." A man's fear of love is explored in Frank Ronan 's gentle romance, read by Michael Cashman. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
with Chris Lowe and Linda Lewis.
Repeated from Monday 12.25pm
Office politics at the Estate. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
John Waite investigates....
Editor Graham Ellis. Rptd tomorrow 9.05am WRITE TO: Face the Facts. BBC Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA
Repeated from yesterday at 11.30am
Pill popping to increase your IQ - smart, dangerous or just a waste of money? Presented by Jez Nelson.
Producer Richard Aedy. Rptd Sunday 9.30pm
John Slater examines 50 years of radiation in the United States.
2: The Voices in the Nuclear
Wilderness. Electricity too cheap to meter, atoms for peace, the prospect of atomic aeroplanes: most
Americans were swept along on the nuclear wave. The moral certainties of the Cold War stopped the questions that should have been asked. Nuclear power in the US sank in the early 70s under the weight of its own cost, but it was only ten years ago that a few brave voices began to challenge the absolute power of the nuclear military, asking questions about plant safety, accidents and leakages, and where the waste would be stored.
A Pier Black Hill production
Revised repeat of 4.05pm
with Isabel Hilton.
by Laurence Whistler. Part 8. Rpt For details see Monday
4: Caught in the Middle. Palestine came under British mandate rule after the First World War, but the British
Government had promised support for the creation of a homeland for the Jews in Palestine. The impossibility of keeping the promise while safeguarding the rights of the Arabs soon became clear.
Repeated from Friday