Anna Hill presents the week's news. Producer Steve Peacock
With James Whitbourn and guest. Producer Kathryn Blennerhassett
With Sue MacGregor and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Indajit Singh.
8.40 Yesterday In Parliament
With Cliff Morgan.
Producer Audrey Adams
Holiday news with Sandy Gall. Producer Jill Thomas
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Presented by Ned Sherrin. Producer Jon Rowlands
With Michael White of the Guardian.
Editor Jane Robins
Presented by David Walter. A profile of Greek prime minister
Andreas Papandreou , whose long career could be ended by a widespread press campaign against him and his young and politically ambitious wife, Mimi. And how Russian cooking is being rediscovered in Moscow.
Producer Arlene Gregorius. Editor Sian Keviii
Presented by Alison Mitchell. Producer Tim Bowler
The antidote to panel games visits the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. With Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Willie Rushton and Tim Brooke-Taylor. Chairman Humphrey Lyttelton. Colin Sell at the piano.
Producer Jon Naismith. Rptd Mon 6.30pm
Northumberland. With Chris Haskins , chairman of Northern Foods:
Ann Leslie , special correspondent for the Daily Mail; Ken Livingstone MP; and Attorney General Sir Nicholas Lyell MP. Repeated from yesterday
Producers Nadine Grieve and Anne Peacock LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
James Kennaway 's famous novel, dramatised by Trevor Royle. Sandhurst trained Lt Col Basil Barrow arrives at the headquarters of a Scottish battalion to take over as commanding officer from hard-bitten war hero Jock Sinclair. With
Bill Paterson as Sinclair and Alexander Morton as Barrow. with Gregor Powrie , David McKail , Norman MacLean and Matthew Zajac. Music played by Pipe-Major Stuart Samson and Pipe-
Sergeant James Stout of the Highlanders Director Patrick Rayner
Sir Roy Strong continues his odyssey through six historic towns.
2: Ludlow. The former capital of all Wales is now a perfectly preserved town. But can it survive the threat of the hypermarket?
Producer Martin Buckley. Rptd tomorrow 8.30pm
Presented by Peter Evans.
Producer Sandy Rattan. Rptd Tues 8.00pm
Reporter Alasdair Sandford. Repeated from Tuesday
Satirist Joe Queenan continues his exploration of truth, justice and the American Way.
Producer Jim Clarke
A satirical poke at the week's news. Repeated from yesterday
Robert Robinson throws caution to the wind and learns the tricks of the stuntman's trade.
Producer Helen Galley. Rptd Thurs 11.30pm
Famous or What?
Once, Reg Foort was voted Britain's most popular entertainer, Bernard Buffet 's prints adorned millions of lounge walls, and W C Tuttle 's western stories were bestsellers. Today, all three are barely remembered. Ian McMillan throws light on the fickleness of popularity and fashion in 20th-century artistic life.
A Squire Horse production. Rptd Fri 9.30pm
Jules Verne 's classic adventure, dramatised by Steve Walker.
Lidenbrok, a Hamburg geologist, decodes runes which tell of a passage to the centre of the Earth. with Peter Yapp , Michael Tudor-Barnes and Joshua Towb. Director Eoin O'Callaghan Rpt
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Patrick Lambert
Led by Father Michael Child.
Russell Davies presents six programmes exploring language. 4: Terminalspeak. As our mouse clicks through the icons, we surf our way across the interface between the images on our computer screens and the language we see, speak and hear. Producer Daniel Snowman Rpt
In the search for Britain's most inspirational teachers, eight of them allow microphones into the classroom. 6: Geography teacher Marjorie Roby looks at glaciers with her lower-sixth class at Hereford Sixth Form College. A Goldhawk Radio production
Chef Raymond Blanc discusses his record collection with Jeremy Nicholas. Repeated from Tuesday
Justin Greene 's six-part adaptation of stories by the Edwardian writer Saki. 5: Clovis at the Carlton. Clovis's shock tactics cure Mrs Chilworth of maternal curiosity. with Angela Thorne , Samuel West and John Sessions. Music by John White A Hat Trick production Rpt
By Carl Tighe. Read by Jack Klaff. Repeated from Wednesday