with the Rev Tim Haggis , Chaplain of Trent College, Long Eaton.
with James Naughtie and John Humphrys.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Lavinia Byme.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
with Libby Purves and birthday guest Declan Murphy.
Producer Lucy Cacanas
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Psalm 130 (Stokes); Job 3, w 1-7, 20-26; Litany to the Holy Spirit
(Hurford); Jesu, Lover of my soul (Aberystwyth). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
A new spiritual anthology. In a Dark Time. Read by Vivien Heilbron ,
Annabel Mullion , Kilian McKenna , Ian Masters and David Rintoul.
Producer Jocelyn Boxall
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Fifty years ago today, Kathleen Lonsdale and Margery Stephenson became the first female members of the Royal Society. Marya Burgess uncovers the struggle women had to be let in. Serial: The Normal Man (5) For details see Monday
Repeated from Sunday 2.00pm
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with Tasneem Siddiqi.
A six-part adaptation by Justin Greene of stories by the Edwardian writer Saki. 3: Clovis at the Zoo. Clovis takes the Gurtleberries on a tour of the zoo and reveals some chilling stories along the way.
Music by John White. A Hat Trick production
with Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
Six classic mysteries by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle , starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson. 5: Shoscombe Old Place.
Violinist Leonard Friedman. Dramatised by Michael Bakewell. Director Enyd Williams
Cruel, wicked, figures of fun, or just plain invisible - Peter White looks at the way disability is portrayed in children's fiction. Presented by Michael Rosen. Producer Jill Burridge
A review of The Madness of King
George, starring Nigel Hawthorne , which has been nominated for next week's
Oscars. Quentin Cooper also sees a new production of Die Fledermaus.
Producer Mohit Bakaya. Revised rpt 9.30pm
by Roy Kelly. "This was her other life. When it had begun, she had shocked herself with her capability - the lies white, the lies outright, the feverish activity, alibis and cover stories." Read by Delia Come. Producer Gillian Hush
with Chris Lowe and Linda Lewis.
Repeated from Monday 12.25pm
Sid's losing his patience. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
Six travellers reflect on a journey in conversation with Annette Kobak.
4: An impending mid-life crisis provoked Jack Hitt to take a 500-mile walk along the pilgrim's road to
Santiago de Compostela. Equipped with a stateof-the-art backpack, he set off in the direction of Finisterre. Producer Kate McAll
Repeated from yesterday at 11.30am
Jez Nelson sets a team of scientists -
Professor Heinz Wolff , Professor
Frank Close and Dr Sue Blackmore - against Teresa Gorman (MP and former biology teacher),
Phil Hammond (doctor and part of the comedy duo Struck Off and Die) and Graeme Garden (writer, comic and doctor) in a special quiz for Science Week.
Producer Sue Broom. Rptd Sunday at 9.30pm
The conductor Jane Glover visits six of the world's great opera houses. 5: The Staatsoper in Vienna Producer Gillian Hush
Revised repeat of 4.05pm
with Isabel Hilton.
3: The consequences of the love felt by Olivia towards Mademoiselle Julie reach further than she realises.
For details see Monday
Action, Mystery and Adventure. Last of the series with David Huckvale.
Repeated from Friday 10.00am
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The first of four episodes, starring Hugh Grant and Michael Aldridge. The year 1153. On his deathbed, Walter Knobbe tells the story of the first Great Crusade and how the Crusaders set out to deliver Jerusalem from the infidel. Script Chris Lang , Simon Greenall and Andy Taylor. Producer Harry Thompson Rpt