with Rabbi Prof Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
with James Naughtie and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Bill Westwood. Editor Roger Mosey
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Last of the series in which
Roy Hattersley looks back on a lifetime in the Labour Party with a wry smile.
Riding the Rollercoaster. 1974-9 - a revealing first-hand account of the last Labour government, complete with Tupperware. geysers and gladioli. Producer Jane Ray
with Melvyn Bragg and guests. Producer Ruth Gardiner
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from Chester Cathedral with the Abbey Gate College Choir. John 2, w 1-11; Christ is the world's true light; Psalm 67; Jubilate deo (Noble); 0 praise ye the Lord. Organist Graham Eccles. Director of music Stewart Smith
A new spiritual anthology - readings from cultures across the world.
Beginnings. Read by Michael Pennington and Tessa Worsley. Producer Jeremy Mortimer
As the musical based on her life opens in London. American soul singer Doris Troy talks to Jenni Murray about the minister's daughter who became a star.
Serial: The Odd Women (5) by George Gissing , read by Harriet Walter and abridged in 20 parts by Pat McLoughlin. Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
with Vincent Duggleby. Producer Tim Fawcett
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with Daire Brehan.
Heat seven of the music quiz conducted by Ned Sherrin.
Producer Jo Clegg. Rptd Wednesday 6.30pm
with Nick Clarke.
Repeated from Friday
by Dame Barbara Cartiand, dramatised by Wally K Daly.
Sir Hector Stanyon commands Melinda, his orphaned niece, to marry an elderly suitor, and when she refuses he tries to horse-whip her into submission. It is 1856, and Melinda escapes to London on a steam train.
with Laurie Taylor and guests. Editor Sharon Banoff
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Natalie Wheen 's guests include the American composer Michael Torke and performance from the Apollo Saxophone Quartet.
Producer Adrian Washboume.
by Mary Flanagan. Celeste Peachy and Cissy like to play pretend, they especially like teasing their cousin
Charlotte, but one day the game goes too far.... Read by Teresa Gallagher. Producer Rosemary Watts
with Chris Lowe and Linda Lewis.
Repeated from Saturday 12.25pm
Joe and Eddie have one too many. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
This new production of Oscar Wilde's best-known and best-loved comedy has been mounted to celebrate the centenary of the play's first night which took place at the Haymarket Theatre, London, on 14 February 1895.
Piano played by Terence Allbright
Director Glyn Dearman
As a new beauty salon is opened,
Anjana Sharma explores a little family history with owners, customers, priest and people.
Producer Piers Plowright
with Robin Lustig.
by William Morris , abridged in five parts by Donald Bancroft. 1: A New Dawn. David Burke reads Morris's Utopian vision of an England of the future. Producer Marilyn Imrie Rpt
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Richard Leakey discusses with Barbara Myers his life, palaeontology and wildlife conservation in Kenya. Producer Constance St Louis