With the Rev Dr Karen Smith.
With John Humph rys and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Jim Thompson.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
With Libby Purves and guests. Producer Dymphna Rynn
Regional Variations (2)
Her virgin eyes saw God incarnate born (Farley Castle); Luke 1, w 26-35; The angel Gabriel from heaven came (Basque Noel arr Pettman): A maiden most gentle (Carter).
Director of music Gordon Stewart.
3: Andrew Parrott talks to John Florance about the origin and development of The Cherry Tree Carol. For details see Monday
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: Clean Break. Final part. For details see Monday
Repeated from Sunday 2.00pm
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Reports on consumer and social issues.
The final episode of Michael Bond 's comedy, dramatised by Alick Rowe. Gorden Kaye plays Monsieur pamplemousse, an inspector working for Le Guide, a French restaurant guide, With Trevor Martin as Pommes Frites. 3: The Final Print-Out
With Siriol Jenkins and Steve Hodson A Mentorn Radio production
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
The series of thrillers from the 1930s ends with Guy Fithen 's adaptation from the book by Berkeley Grey. Christopher Cazenove stars as Norman Conquest , otherwise known as the Gay Desperado, and Bonnie Langford is his resourceful partner, Pixie. with Alice Arnold, Shaun Prendergast, Anthony Jackson and Ali Hames. Music by Robert Rigby. A Mr Punch production
The series ends with the second part of this year's Treasure Islands quiz from the Edinburgh Festival. Anne Fine and Terence Blacker do battle with Philip Ridley and Theresa Breslin over their knowledge of children's books. Presented by Michael Rosen. Producer Jill Burridge
With Daire Brehan.
Julia Eisner begins a new series about how people depend on their radios with a look at the use of radios in schools.
Paul Gambaccini and guests choose the best of the videos available for the Christmas market and take a look at children's cinema from Iran.
Producer Neil Trevithick. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
Alan Bennett reads Hugh Lofting 's story. 3: The Doctor and his animals find themselves taken prisoner. For details see Monday
With Jon Sopel and Nigel Wrench.
Cabaret duo Kit and the Widow host the fourth edition of the music quiz. With guests Patricia Hodge , Robert King , Catherine Bott and Peter Polycarpou. Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
Mixing business with pleasure. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
Charles Wheeler concludes the series in which journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences that most affected them while covering world events. He talks here about his coverage of the 1956 Hungarian uprising as a producer for the BBC's Panorama. Producer Julian Wilkinson
The last of three interpretations of journeys out of Africa by leading writers. Africa to Britain - a Journey of Religion. Poet Benjamin Zephaniah explores the essence of the spirituality of people from the African diaspora. Producer Constance St Louis
British writer Caryl Phillips explores key moments in American history with six prominent African Americans. 4: The McCarthy Years. Writer and journalist Paul Robeson Jr discusses the link between racism in America and Joe McCarthy 's desire to expose communism.
Producer Tony Phillips
Mark Whittaker presents the last in the series of the environmental magazine. Producer Jessica Mitchell
Revised repeat of 4.05pm
With Isabel Hilton.
L P Hartley's classic book, abridged in ten parts. 8: Going to War For details see Monday
11.00 Trust Wendy Lee 's six-part satire.
4: Mike Blunt hires a PR firm to save the reputation of the Bottomley Memorial Hospital. with Meera Syal , David Holt and Doreen Birkeland. Director Turan Ali A Bona Lattie production
11.30 Paris, London The first of five comedy sketch shows with Simon Godley , Robert Harley , Carla Mendonga and Gary Parker. Producer Phil Bowker Rpt
By Peter Hoeg. Part 3. For details see Monday