Producers Steve Peacock and Hugh O'Donnell
With James Whitbourn and guest. Producer Norman Winter
With Anna Ford and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Canon David Winter.
Sports news with Cliff Morgan. Producer Rob Nothman
Holiday reports from around the world. Producer Eleanor Garland
Repeated tomorrow 10.45pm
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With Michael White of The Guardian. Editor Jane Ashley
In the final programme in the series,
Julian Pettifer reports from Hong Kong as it prepares for the handover to China. Including an interview with Asia's biggest film star, Jackie Chan , who says Hong Kong is fighting back. Producer Hugh Levinson
With Alison Mitchell.
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With chairman Nicholas Parsons and guests Clement Freud , Tony Hawks, Peter Jones and Fred MacAulay.
Producer Ann Jobson. Repeated Monday 6.30pm
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Hebburn, Tyne and Wear, with Alistair Burt MP,
George Robertson MP, Professor Lisa Jardine and Dr Alan Sked.
Repeated from yesterday
Producers Nadine Grieve and Anne Peacock LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
Starring Anne Downie as Rosinella Pedreschi , Blythe Duff as Lucia and Alexander Morton as Massimo Pedreschi. Ann Marie di Mambro 's play follows the Pedreschis through the darkest hours of the Second
World War, and reflects the vivacity, humour and passions of the Scottish-Italian community. with Lee Brown , Raymond Short and Anthony Donaldson. Producer Hamish Wilson
Crime or Passion?
Gerry Northam presents a brief history of obsession, embracing both the medieval courtly ideal of romantic infatuation and the pathological desire of the 20th-century stalker. Producer John Byrne
Repeated tomorrow 8.30pm
Is the Earth really at risk from meteorites? Alun Lewis reports.
Producer Olive Clancy. Repeated Tuesday
8.00pm. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Reporter Julian O'Halloran. Repeated from Tuesday
Five programmes in which blind broadcaster Peter White examines and often explodes myths about blindness, and explores its lighter side.
4: Are You Blind, Ref? Peter White explains why he spends so much of his free time at sports events he can't see. Producer Ronni Davis Revised repeat
The topical comedy sketch show, with Sally Grace , Dave Lamb , Joanna Monro and Jon Glover.
Repeated from yesterday
In the fifth of six programmes, Nigel Andrews meets one of Hollywood's most flamboyant mavericks, writer/director John Milius. Milius is the most macho of the movie-brat generation: the man who put the words into Dirty Harry's mouth and wrote the ultimate Vietnam film, Apocalypse Now. Producer Paul Quinn
Repeated Thursday 11.30pm
On his death 200 years ago, Horace Walpole left a legacy of two castles: a mansion at Strawberry Hill by the Thames, and The Castle of Otranto, a supernatural tale that made his friends "afraid to go to bed o'nights". Peggy Reynolds treads warily into the strange world of the first-ever Gothic novel.
Producer Matthew Dodd Repeated Friday 9.30pm
The week's news from exactly 50 years ago.
Producer Graham Hoyland
Series editor Gaynor Vaughan Jones
A three-part drama about two Jewish women in England, written by Elaine Feinstein. 2: Lena discovers why Katya so wants to see her. And it is not an altogether comfortable discovery. with Jill Graham , David Barrass ,
Elaine Claxton , John Baddeley , Malcolm Ward and Lala Lloyd. Director Marion Nancarrow Repeat
Brian Kay introduces a selection of music, including the Sabre Dance by Khachaturian.
Producer Peter Thresh
Irish Jesuit theologian Michael Paul Gallagher presents the second in a special series of personal reflections for Lent.
By Walter Mosley. On the dark side of the mean streets of Los Angeles in 1961, African-American private eye Easy Rawlins can go places a white detective cannot. With Martin Luther
King in the news, a new young president in the White House, and a case that sends him in search of his own past, Easy finds death under the stones he is paid to turn. with William Roberts , Peter de Jersey , Mel Taylor , Major Wiley, Stephen Thorne. Sean Baker , Robert Harper , Shirley Dixon , Emil Nava and Christina Chou. Dramatised by Bonnie Greer. Director Ned Chaillet
In the second of four programmes,
Michael Carney introduces and reads from British Polar Explorers, by Admiral Sir Edward Evans , first published in 1943. Producer Louise Greenberg Repeat
By Ruth Rendell.
Repeated from Monday