with Pam Weaver.
with James Naughtie and John Humphrys.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Penny Faust.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Repeated from yesterday 7.20pm
Jenni Mills talks to families about how they weathered crises in family life. 3: In January 1993 Greg Holliday failed to return from work. His wife and two children waited nearly four months for him to come home. Producer Sarah Rowlands
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Final part of the humorous murder mystery dramatised from Mark Tavener 's novel. Despite having a suspect, evidence and one of the Met's best DCls on the trail, the hunt for the bank manager murderer continues. But it's not just in the City that heads are rolling - the Director-General of the BBC is forced to resign. Other parts played by Paul Shearer and Tim Hope. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Music by Paul Mottram Producer Paul Schlesinger
A new spiritual anthology.
My Shining Soul. Read by Michael Pennington and Tessa Worsley. Producer Jeremy Mortimer
Jenni Murray talks to Berute Galdikas about orang-utans, conservation work and bringing up children in the rainforests of Borneo.
Serial: The Odd Women (8) For details see Monday
Now in its 40th year of bringing despatches from BBC correspondents around the world. Producer Tony Grant
with Tasneem Siddiqi.
This week, Paul Boateng MP is joined by Kate Adie , Glenys Kinnock , Anna Raeburn and Michael Rosen.
Producer Kathy Smith
with Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
by Sue Rodwell.
Mandy, Bob and baby Tommy seem like the perfect family, but when Tommy disappears, the police make very thorough enquiries.
with Daire Brehan and guests.
Paul Allen reviews a new production of Robin Maugham 's play The Servant at Birmingham Repertory Theatre and The Duchess ofMalfi at Greenwich.
Producer Ann Marie O'Callaghan Revised rpt at 9.30pm
Fate draws together an obsessive love, an inexplicable death, a mysterious woman and an equally mysterious author (who remains anonymous). Read by John Shedden. Producer Bruce Young
with Hugh Sykes and Linda Lewis.
A pot-pourri of sketch comedy written and performed by Nick Golson and Tim de Jongh , with Peter Bradshaw ,
Melanie Giedroyc and a special guest. Producer Jon Naismith
Eddie's pig-sick ...
Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
2: Reversing the Charges. Each year in the UK, there are five million malicious phone calls. This week's programme visits a British Telecom Nuisance Call
Bureau to investigate. A Rewind production
The Pope's Divisions
Pope John Paul 11 is preparing for the year 2000 in the knowledge that the Roman Catholic Church in the new millennium will have been significantly moulded by him. Michael Walsh asks whether this pontificate has given the Church a new sense of purpose.
Producer Nicola Meyrick. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
John Wilson meets three professionals who thrive on a rush of adrenalin.
1: Football manager Bobby Gould. Producer Emma Kingsley Rpt
Presented by Judy Graham. Producer Marlene Pease
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Revised rpt of 4.05pm
with Robin Lustig.
by William Morris.
4: Boats on the Thames
For details see Monday
Paul Brennen 's six-part comedy drama. 3: Private Lives. A slippered soldier sneaks into Mickey's bedroom.
Music by Colin Smith. Director Ian Michie A Big Arts production
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Repeated from Saturday at 6.50pm