With Canon Noel Vincent.
With Alex Brodie and Ben Geoghegan.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Rosemary Hartill.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Editor Jon Barton. LETTERS: Today. PO Box 2299. London W1A 1PY. FAX: (0171) [number removed]. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Afour-part series which examines modern Russia.
2:Punishment and Crime
BBC Moscow correspondent Angus Roxburgh looks at corruption in post-Communist Russia. He visits a labour camp which holds 8,000 convicts, many of whom have committed petty crimes, and discovers that many of the more serious criminals are still at large.
Producer Tony Grant. Repeated Sunday 6.15pm
The news of 50 years ago today.
Introduced by Gail Foley in Cardiff. Serial: Kiss and Kin. Part 10. For details see Monday
Presented by Joanna Pinnock.
Producer Sarah Blunt. Repeated Sunday 8pm WRITE TO: The Natural History Programme, BBC Bristol BS8 2LR
Mark Whittaker presents reports on consumer and social affairs.
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Derek Cooper puts the food business through the grinder. Producer Sheila Dillon
With James Cox.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
By Gwyn Thomas, dramatised in three episodes by Alan Plater.
The iron furnaces in Moonlea are about to be closed, but Leigh cannot persuade John Simon to leave.
with Rhodri Hugh, Ray Llewellyn, Laurence Allan, Helen Gwyn, Hubert Rees, Kieron Self, Dillwyn Owen and Ric Jerrom
Music by Ruth Wall, played by the composer (harp) and Alison Frances (violin) Director Alison Hindell
With Laurie Taylor. The week-long series on sweets comes to an end with a look at sweet memories.
Tim Marlow attends the Tate's exhibition of 60 works by Mondrian and looks at the art of Henry Raeburn at the Scottish National Gallery. Producer Adrian Washbourne
Shelley King reads
Shashi Deshpande 's specially commissioned story which is set during the Indian war of partition. Producer Rani Singh
With Charlie LefrPotter and Chris Lowe.
David Stafford presents more ideas for a great summer weekend, and June Whitfield enjoys a visit to Polperro in Cornwall.
Producer David Prest. Call [number removed] if you are organising a weekend event this summer
Bert is forgiven.
Written by Mick Martin. Director David Ian
Neville. Editor Vanessa Whitburn. Repeated Monday 1.40pm. FAN CLUB: send sae to [address removed]
Chris Serle presents extracts from
BBC radio and television over the past seven days.
Producer Mairi Russell
Repeated Sunday 3.30pm
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Weston-super-Mare with panellists including Dr Rosalind Miles and Lord Rees Mogg. Producer Anne Peacock
Repeated tomorrow 1.10pm
In the final programme of the series, Marcel Berlin asks if the special treatment by our courts for the crime of rape can be justified. Producer Simon Coates
How the public perception of Bill Clinton as a prosperous president is keeping him at the top of the popularity polls.
Repeated Sunday 9.15am
Ideas about the Arabian peninsula are often fuelled by cliches. Patricia Aithie discovers the rich Yemeni culture and explores the tensions in a society which is only just emerging from its isolation. Repeated from Saturday 7.20pm
With Robin Lustig.
By John Hadfield. Part 5.
For details see Monday Repeat
The last in the series of the Asian sketch show features Guru and the massive and fierce Muffins. With
Sanjeev Bhaskar , Kulvinder Ghir , Nitin Sawhney , Meera Syal and Nina Wadia. Producers Anil Gupta. Rptd tomorrow at 6.25pm
Patrick Hannan and his guests take a sceptical look at the week's events. Producer Hilary Green
By Dennis Potter. A Time of Tension For the inhabitants of the Forest of Dean in 1961, change brings tension. Final part.
For details see Monday