with the Rt Rev Joseph Devine.
with John Humphrys and Peter Hobday.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Tom Butler.
Read by David Haig. Part 3. For details see Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday 7.20pm
Anna Parkinson presents the last in the series which follows former prisoners. A New Beginning
Producer Anna Parkinson
Regional Variations (2)
Medical drama set on Merseyside. 5: It's a hectic day in the surgery. With Kate Binchy , Deborah Kilgallen , Patricia Burke. James Quinn , Liz Stooke. Janys Chambers, Kevin Dyer and Gordon Cameron. Written by Maurice Bessman A Mersey Television Company production
The Caribbean poetry of James Berry and Julie O'Callaghan 's tales of an American childhood.
Producer Viv Beeby
Jenni Murray talks to the novelist Anita Desai about her Journey to Ithaca.
Serial: Monkey's Uncle by Jenni Diski. Annette Badland reads the first of ten episodes, abridged by Meg Clarke.
Producer Tony Grant
with Tasneem Siddiqi.
Patrick Hannan chairs a light-hearted quiz about politics, with resident team captains Michael White of the Guardian and Austin Mitchell MP. Their guests this week are Peter Bottomley MP and the Rt Hon Roy Hattersley MP. Written and compiled by Michael Dines Producer Ann Jobson
with Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
by Jasmin Dizdar and Hilary Dunn. A personal look at the continuing tragedy in Bosnia.
Two brothers, Dino and Enes, struggle to survive in London, while in the war zone, the future for their parents is increasingly uncertain.
Director Jocelyn Boxall
with Daire Brehan and guests.
Paul Allen experiences a new production of Britten's opera
Billy Buddat Covent Garden and listens to
An Intimate Tragedy, this afternoon's Radio 4 play, based on the current situation in Bosnia.
Producer Paul Quinn. Rvsd rpt at 9.30pm
by Ruth Rendell. May is head over heels in love with handsome
Walter Symonds. They become engaged but then Walter meets June, May's beautiful sister ...
Read by Julie T Wallace. Producer Rosemary Watts
with Chris Lowe and Linda Lewis.
Eddie Izzard stars with fellow regular Stephen Frost in the anarchic comedy panel game with a less than conscientious approach to historical fact. Chairperson Neil Mullarkey battles to keep order as guests Kevin Day and Linda Smith join the fray. Producer Phil Clarke
Elly May can't chase her tail. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
Lissadell, on the Atlantic margins of County Sligo, is one of the great houses of Ireland. Built in the years preceding the Famine, it has been home to the Gore-Booth family ever since. Ray Goslingjoins Josslyn Gore -Booth behind the doors of the big house to peel back the layers of one Anglo-Irish dynasty. Producer Alastair Wilson
Political crises in Algeria and Turkey highlight the need for the European Union to examine carefully its relations with its southern and south-eastern neighbours. Ngaire Woods questions Europe's interests in this region and asks how Europe should respond to the economic and political crisis.
(Rptd Sun 4.15pm)
Five paintings the critic regards as the most important in the world.
The Mother of All Paintings. His first choice is probably the most famous work of art ever— Michelangelo's
Sistine Chapel. For over 450 years, this splendid floating assemblage of biblical and religious characters has inspired mankind and artists in particular. Producer Anthony Denselow
Presented by Sian Vasey. Producer Marlene Pease
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Revised repeat of 4.05pm
with Robin Lustig.
By Michael Palin. Part 9. For details see Monday
Six plays for late-night listening. 3: Butterscotch Ice Cream by Mike Walker. With
Director Jeremy Mortimer Rpt
Repeated from Saturday 6.50pm
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