Presented by Anna Hill. Producer Steve Peacock
with James Whitbourn and his guest. Producer Tim Pemberton
with John Sargeant and John Humphrys.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with David Winter.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Cliff Morgan. Producer Cathy Huyton
The holiday and travel programme presented by Simon Parkes. Producer Jill Thomas
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Ned Sherrin presents an hour of lively conversation.
Producer Will Saunders
Simon Heffer reviews the parliamentary week.
Producer Jonathan Brunert
David Walter reports from Lisbon, the city which has the worst slums and housing in western Europe. Moves are afoot to improve the situation, but is it too little too late? Plus a report from Seville, which today hosts the first royal wedding to take place in Spain since 1906. Editor Rosie Goldsmith
Alison Mitchell with news and advice from the world of personal finance. Producer Frances Macdonald
Barry Took is joined by Alan Coren , Francis Wheen , Roy Hattersley and Charles Kennedy at the Westminster Theatre, London, for another look back at the week's news.
Producer Aled Evans. Rptd Monday 6.30pm
with Alex Salmond MP, Leader of the Scottish National Party, and Arthur Scargill , President of the National
Union of Mineworkers, in Easingwold, North Yorkshire.
Repeated from yesterday
Producers Poppy Hughes and Nick Utechin LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
Kelvin has 45 minutes missing from his life. All he can remember is someone sounding like Greta Garbo getting into his cab, but there's more to it than that in Mike Stott 's comedy.
Director Alan Drury
3: Writer Jan Morris talks about her
40-year obsession with Admiral of the Fleet Lord "Jacky" Fisher. A Presentable production
A four-part series on the histories of black people in Britain. 1: Packed Like Books. In the 18th century, human beings were "packed like books" as slave cargoes. David Dabydeen traces the fortunes of Olaudah Equiano and Ignatius Sancho , best-selling authors who subverted their slave status with grace and courage. With Hugh Quarshie as Equiano and Joe Dixon as Sancho.
Producer Fran Acheson. Rptd Sunday 8.30pm
Jodrell Bank, one of Britain's leading telescope sites, is one of the places opening its doors to the public during Science Week. Peter Evans reports live from Cheshire.
Producer Richard Aedy.
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Reporter Jenny Cuffe. Repeated from Tuesday
Martin Wainwright celebrates individuals who have been overlooked by history. 4: Sophia Jex-Blake , the first female doctor in Scotland.
Producer Alison Perks
with Sally Grace , Jeffrey Holland , Toby Longworth and Sarah Parkinson. Repeated from yesterday
Joe Queenan and guests take a look at American news stories.
Producer Hamish Mykura. Rptd Thur 11.30pm
By his mid-20s irek Mukhamedovwas already an international star with the Bolshoi Ballet, dancing heroic roles such as Spartacus and Romeo. Four years ago he emigrated to England to start a new career with the Royal Ballet. Now, aged 35, Mukhamedov is preparing for his latest role in Stravinsky's Petrushka. Debra Craine examines his career and discovers how successful his move to this country and change of dance style has been.
Producer Helen Garrison. Rptd Friday 9.30pm
A sardonic new thriller by Bill James , with Philip Madoc as lies and Malcolm Storry as Harpur. Harpur and lies are losing the battle against crime, so lies starts to play to his own deadly rules.
Director Jane Dauncey
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors
Led by the Rt Rev Graham James. Producer Kathryn Pritchard
A sequence of poems by Elsa Corbluth and the daughter Eilidh Boadella she lost in a fire 15 years ago today. Read by Elsa Corbluth and Victoria Carling. Producer Piers Plowright
by James M Cain. With
Shelley Thompson as Mildred Pierce , Martin Jarvis as Monty Beragon and Siriol
Jenkins as Veda Pierce. "1931. 1 lost my job, my home, my husband. But I've got a daughter. 1941. I've got a dazzling career, mansion, new husband - but I've lost the love of my daughter."
Dramatised by John Fletcher. Music by Elizabeth Parker. Director Andy Jordan Rpt