Jeremy Cherfas takes a sideways look at European farm subsidies. To CAP or not to CAP? That is the question. Producer Richard Sanders
with James Whitbourn and guest. Producer Tim Pemberton
with John Humphrys and Peter Hobday.
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
Holiday news with Simon Parkes. Producer Jill Thomas
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Lively conversation with Ned Sherrin. Producer Will Saunders
Presented by Peter Riddell. Producer Jonathan Brunert
Bulgaria was once the most obedient country in the Warsaw pact - some called it the Soviet Union's 16th
Republic. After the fall of communism it rushed to embrace the west, but now it is rediscovering old allies in the east. David Walter reports on a crisis of identity in one of Europe's least known countries. Plus a profile of Gabor Demsky , a dissident under the communists and Mayor of Budapest under the capitalists. Producer Rosie Goldsmith
with Alison Mitchell.
Producer Frances Macdonald
Barry Took is joined by Alan Coren , Andy Hamilton and guests at the Babbacombe Theatre in Torquay for another look back at the week's news. Producer Aled Evans. Rptd Monday 6.30pm
From Babbacombe with the Rt Hon Paddy Ashdown MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, and Genista Mclntosh , Executive Director of the Royal National Theatre. Repeated from yesterday
Producers Poppy Hughes and Nick Utechin LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
A thriller by R J Gallagher.
A football coach, sent on an unexplained mission to a leading club, stumbles upon a major scandal and a threat of murder.
Director Nigel Bryant Rpt
Last of the series in which writer
Jan Morris talks about her obsession with Admiral of the Feet Lord "Jacky" Fisher. A Presentable production
The histories of black people in Britain. 3: Living the Drama. In 1930s London, Ira Aldridge was establishing his career as one of the greatest Shakespearian actors of the day, while Mary Prince was telling the story of her life to the Anti-Slavery Society. David Dabydeen tells the story of two lives. With Joe Mydell as Ira Aldridge and Adjoa Andoh as Mary Prince.
Producer Fran Acheson. Rptd Sunday 8.30pm
Peter Evans reports on the British
Psychological Society's Conference.
Producer Richard Aedy. Rptd Tuesday 8.00pm
Reporter Stuart Simon. Repeated from Tuesday
Last of the series in which Martin Wainwright
celebrates individuals who have been overlooked by history. At the age of 26, Elizabeth Scott became the architect of the Royal Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. Producer Alison Perks
You Had to Be There. In the first of an occasional series, celebrating the pioneers of radio comedy, Jimmy Perry pays a rare and long-overdue tribute to the much loved pre-war comedy series. Producer Jo Clegg
Joe Queenan presents more star-spangled banter from the Big Apple.
Producer Hamish Mykura. Rptd Thur 11.30pm
Brave New Globe
Next year, Sam Wanamaker 's replica of the Globe will open in a new educational and recreational complex across the Thames from St Paul 's Cathedral. Tom Morris investigates the meticulous authenticity of the reconstruction - oak timbers, lime plaster and the first thatched roof in London since the Great Fire.
Producer Julian May. Rptd Friday at 9.30pm
By Bernice Rubens.
With Lawmary Champion, Neville Jason, Peter Kenny and Anna Garth.
Winner of the Writers Guild 1994 Award for Best Dramatisation.
Yascha's birth is awaited with great expectations by his family but he has his own ideas...
Brian Kay presents a special edition for April Fools' Day.
Producer Anthony Sellors
Led by Canon David Hutt. Producer Kathryn Pritchard
Last of the series in which old and new hands compare notes. Retired dresser Neil Sweetmore joins Melissa Cook as she works with the cast of EastEnders. Producer Lucy Lunt Rpt
Last in the series. Shaun McKenna 's dramatisation of James M Cain 's gripping tale stars Myriam Cyr as Cora Papadakis and William Hope as Frank Chambers. When Frank takes a job at Nick's roadside joint it's not for the money but for the shapely Cora.
With Pippa Hinchley and Anthony Donovan Music by Andy Sheppard and Steve Lodder Director Andy Jordan