with Julie McGuinness from Chilwell, Nottingham.
with Sue MacGregor and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Elaine Storkey.
Christopher Hope recalls a South African childhood. 2: Warmer! Producer Duncan Minshull Rpt
Producer Poppy Hughes
LINES OPEN from 8.00am
Regional Variations (2)
When Derek Jameson ended 40 years of chasing Fleet Street headlines and bought a quiet house on the Sussex coast, he didn't expect one of the year's biggest news stories to crop up on his doorstep. He gives an insight into how the harbour-side community of Shoreham has been affected by the nationwide interest in calf exports. Producer Peter Hoare. Rptd Sunday 5.00pm
by Judith Kerr.
At Basle railway station a porter tries to put Papa and the two children on a train to Germany.
(For details see yesterday)
Introduced by Wendy Austin.
Story: Morepork by Ngaio Marsh , abridged in two parts by Ann Rees
Jones and read by Nicolette McKenzie , beginning a collection of short stories by the New Zealand crime writer.
Launching the BBC's major new season on mental health, Professor Anthony Clare takes a critical look at how the media handles mental illness. He suggests that much of the coverage contributes to a resurgence of fear about psychiatric illness and explores how mental illness can be reported fairly and with sensitivity.
Producer Paul Kobrak. Rptd tomorrow 7.45pm * Polly Toynbee : page 14
with Michael Collie.
The return of the quiz hosted by Nigel Rees. Guests Saeed Jaffrey , Lord Healey, Claire Rayner and Penny Vicenzi exchange anecdotes.
Quotations read by William Franklyn. Producer Kathy Smith
with Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
by Rod Dungate.
Arnie is a magician - he loves playing to the crowd.
Richard Baker explores the world of music for film and television with composers Richard Rodney Bennett and Geoffrey Burgon.
Producer Ray Abbott. Rptd Sat 11.00pm
Paul Vaughan explores the political life of Tom Paine , one of democracy's founding fathers, and reviews Roman Polanski's film version of Ariel
Dorfman's play Death and the Maiden. Producer Paul Quinn. Revised rpt at 9.30pm
by Leo Cullen.
The pleasures of an Irish race meeting, the thrills, despairs and excitement. But is it as innocent as it first appears? Read by Pauline McLynn.
with Jon Sopel and Linda Lewis.
A six-part political drama series by Christopher Lee. 1: "If you're no longer enjoying politics, Charles, why not do something about it."
With Caroline Bliss , Trevor Peacock and Stephen Greif. Producer Neil Cargill Rpt
A damsel in distress.
Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
Michael Palin discovers that, although attitudes are softening, mental illness still carries a stigma. People who have been through the psychiatric system talk about their individual journeys to the edge of madness and the courageous decision to "come out". Producer Clare McGinn
* The Andrew Duncan Interview with Michael Palin : page 16
Repeated from Saturday 4.30pm
Alun Lewis returns with the series that deals in the currency of our age: information. Details of our data-rich age are downloaded in discussion on the programme that is inventively interactive -and live.
E-Mail: [email address removed]
Presented by Peter White.
Questions and Comments: phone [number removed] between 9.30pm and 10.30pm
Revised repeat of 4.05pm
with Robin Lustig.
by R C Hutchinson. Part 2. For details see yesterday
Regional Variations (2)
Repeated from Easter Day 11.15am