With Lynne Gallagher.
Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Indajit Singh.
By Michael Frayn and performed by Martin Jarvis. Part 3. For details see Monday
Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from
Janet Daley , Dr David Starkey ,
Peter Stanford and Anthony Scrivener QC. Producer David Coomes
The news was dominated by the hunt for Jewish terrorists in Palestine.
Meanwhile, parish councils near
Doncaster were protesting over the number of illegal bookies in the area. For details see Monday
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Tessa Williams reports on the increasing numbers of women who are joining Britain's population of squatters.
Serial: The Last Time I Saw Jane (9) For details see Monday
Producer Tony Grant
♦ Letter that touched our hearts: page 28
With Chris Choi.
Patrick Hannan chairs a quiz about politics with team captains Michael White and Austin Mitchell MP. Their guests are the Rt Hon Baroness Castle of Blackburn and Steven Norris MP.
Written by Michael Dines. Producer Ann Jobson
With Sheena McDonald.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
By Bridget Lawless. Josephine
Chambers wrote a novel in the 1940s which took England and America by storm. But her second novel bombed and she has never published another. with Buffy Davis , Jack Allen. Marc Finn ,
Marian Kemmer. Sunny Ormonde and Paul Webster. Music by Malcolm McKee. Director Vanessa Whitburn
With Daire Brehan.
Paul Allen sees J B Priestley's play When We Are Married, starring Dawn French and Leo McKern, at Chichester, and talks to conductor Leonard Slatkin.
(Revised repeat 9.30pm)
By Alun Richards. When her husband goes out, Elmyra's imagination runs riot. Read by Donna Edwards. Producer Caroline Sarll
With Charlie Lee-Potter and Nigel Wrench.
Pete McCarthy chairs the panel game for impressionists with Alastair McGowan and Steve Nallon. Guests are Ronnie Ancona and Phill Jupitus. Producer Sioned Wiliam
John begs forgiveness.
Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
Lyndsey Duncan narrates an evocation of the sounds, colours and life of the sea as seen on the epic journey of a mother humpback whale and her new-born calf from the Caribbean, where the whales sing their legendary songs, to find food in the cold waters of the north. Shelagh Stephenson's narrative is interwoven with recordings of events along the whales' migration route this year.
Producer Grant Sonnex. WRITE TO: Natural
History Radio. BBC Bristol BS8 2LR * See This Week: page 10
Does travel promote international understanding, and do tourists help or harm the countries they visit? In the last of the series, Ngaire Woods examines the impact of tourism - on other societies and on us.
Producer Ingrid Hassler. Repeated Sunday at
4.15pm. Transcripts of Analysis are available for purchase. Contact BBC Newsline. PO Box 5080. London W12 6AJ or phone (0181) [number removed]for details
The last of Kevin Connolly 's series on the summer exodus of Europeans. Marseilles - Europe's Hub, Its Cultural Crossroads Producer Tony Grant
The Challenge. Tonight from Belfast, a panel of disabled people challenge inadequate funding. Producer Colin Hughes
Revised repeat of 4.05pm
With Robin Lustig.
By Lee Langley. Part 4.
For details see Monday Repeat
Joe Turner 's four-part drama is a futuristic undersea thriller.
1: Five Miles Down. The year is 2012. Ellie Rossi , crack sub pilot, is making the 5-mile drive to join the maverick crew of N-Chem's research station at the bottom of the Atlantic. with Lorelei King , Maurice Roeves , Rod Arthur , Cliff Howells and Chris Pavlo. Music by Paul Cargill. Director Martin Jameson
* See Sci-Fi: page 39
Peter Hobday is joined by guests Dr Germaine Greer , Simon Brett , Lorelei King and Richard Stilgoe. Producer Jo Clegg Repeat
By Donna Tartt. 4: College life. For details see Monday