Presented by Jeremy Cherfas. Producer Steve Peacock
With James Whitbourn and guest. Producer Janet McLarty
With John Humph rys and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Gabrielle Cox.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Sports news with Cliff Morgan. Producer Matthew Allen
Presented by Simon Parkes. Producer Jill Thomas
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For the next four weeks, Miles Kington (father of franglais) and Edward Enfield (father of Harry) present a new kind of chat show, each of them under the illusion that they are in charge. A Tony Staveacre production
Four programmes in which Armando lannucci takes some more tentative steps into a world of extremes.
1: Money. A sea of financial advice. Producer Brian King Rpt
Presented by Michael White. Producer James Leaton Gray
Presented by David Walter. Fresh from its success over Brent Spar, the environmental group Greenpeace has a new challenge - to clean up the waters of the Venice lagoon.
Plus a report from Europe's fastest growing city -Istanbul. Producer Tim Whewell
Roger White takes the public through the personal finance jungle.
Paying for Granny. Who is going to pay for the care of the growing number of people over 85?
Producer Kurt Barling. Rptd Monday 11.30am * See This Week: page 12
Six historical improvisations.
3: Masterson Rides Again. Another improvised historical saga from Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence , with Jim Sweeney , Caroline Quentin , Phelim McDermott and Lee Simpson.
Producer Phil Clarke. Rptd Monday at 6.30pm
With Professor Peter Hennessy , Sheila McKechnie of the Consumer's
Association, parliamentary sketch writer Matthew Parris , and Dr Madsen Pirie of the Adam Smith Institute. Repeated from yesterday
Producers Anne Peacock and Nick Utechin
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To mark the centenary of the birth of Robert Graves , a dramatisation of his comic novel about the titanic struggle between a brother and sister over the ownership of a stamp collection. with Tessa Worsley , Peter Yapp , Derek Waring , John Turner and Jilly Bond. Dramatised by John Pether bridge. Director Matthew Walters
The last in the series in which
Roy Porter places topical stories in their historical context.
Producer Malcolm Brammar
Repeated tomorrow at 8.30pm
Alun Lewis travels to the coast of Devon to find some intriguing compounds, produced by rare algae , that could lead to new finds of oil.
Producer Sandy Raffan. Rptd Tues 8.00pm
Reporter Jolyon Jenkins. Repeated from Tuesday
A Letter from a Slug. In the last of the series about animals we love to hate, the garden slug, played by Dame Judi Dench , writes her letter of defence.
Written by Henry Normal. Producer Sarah Blunt
More bitter satire from Belfast.
Repeated from yesterday
Robert Robinson talks to French
Producer Nadine Grieve. Rptd Thur 11.30pm
From the Remembrance service to the concert hall, Elgar's ninth Enigma Variation has always been popular, and is one of the most chosen records on Desert Island Discs.
Adrian Mourby investigates why.
An Adrian Mourby production. Rptd Fri 9.30pm Eigar's Enigma Variations: BBC Proms 1995, Radio 3 on Monday at 7pm
Louise Lombard , Paul McGann and Neil Pearson star in Bill Taylor 's taut sexual thriller set in the claustrophobic world of a large Manchester hotel. with Robert Whelan , Diane Whitley , Martin Reeve and Jason Done. Cocktail pianist Chris Euesden Director Martin Jameson
# See This Week: page 11
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Patrick Lambert
Led by Canon Eddie Neale.
Series of collaborations between documentary-makers from America, Australia, Canada and Britain.
3: A Bridge of Voices. A rare insight into the experience of an autistic person. Producer Tom Morton for the Australian
Broadcasting Corporation Rpt
Nick Yapp remembers his first two years at a school for maladjusted children.
Ronnie Scott , Captain Sensible and Michael Lawsonjoin Paul Gambaccini. Repeated from Tuesday
The fourth episode of Nick Fisher 's atmospheric five-part thriller. with Geoffrey Matthews. Elaine Claxton , Paul Panting , Peter Whitman. Maggie McCarthy and Teresa Gallagher. Director Richard Wortley Rpt