Producers Hugh O'Donnell and Steve Peacock
With James Whitbourn and his guest. Producer Norman Winter
With Alex Brodie and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
Sports news with Cliff Morgan. Producer Adrian Nawaz
Holiday reports from around the world. Producer Eleanor Garland
Repeated tomorrow 10.45pm
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In the guise of broadcaster Roy Mallard , Chris Langham offers impressions of four occupations. 3: The Pilot Written by John Morton
Producer Paul Schlesinger
In the fifth of six programmes, the duo prepare themselves for a triumphant return to the Edinburgh Festival. Producer Tony Cheevers
With Peter Riddell of The Times. Editor Jane Ashley
Foreign correspondent Misha Glenny presents a special edition charting the changing face of central Africa, focusing on the fall of Mobutu of Zaire. With Allan Little and Jane Standley. Producer Tony Grant
Next programme Thursday 11.30am
Don't Bank on It. Paul Lewis discovers why banks often get their sums wrong. Producer Sarah Pennells
Repeated Monday 11.30am
Chairman Nicholas Parsons is joined by guests Clement Freud , Tony Hawks, Fred MacAulay and Derek Nimmo who attempt to talk for one minute without hesitation, repetition or deviation. Producer Ann Jobson
Repeated Monday 6.30pm
With Jonathan Dimbleby. Repeated from yesterday
With Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producers Anne Peacock and Bruce Whitney-Low . LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
With Josie Lawrence as Joanna, Nicholas Farrell as Robert, and James Grout as Jack. In Lynne Truss's new comedy, Joanna is horrified by the sexism at the golf club. With Rachel Atkins, John Rowe and Jillie Meers.
Director Peter Kavanagh
The last of three programmes in which seasoned travellers recall their exploits and adventures.
Producer Miranda Mclntyre Repeat
A feature based on the trial transcripts of American industrialist Frederick Winslow Taylor, who appeared before a special congressional committee in 1911 when his time-and-motion studies sparked revolution in factories worldwide. With Colin Stinton as Frederick Winslow Taylor and Shane Rimmer as chairman WB Wilson.
(Repeated tomorrow 8.30pm)
Presented by Alun Lewis.
Producer Jane Worsley. Repeated Tuesday 8pm E-MAIL: email@example.com
Second of three programmes in which Brendan O'Friel , once governor of Strangeways and Risely , talks to former and serving prisoners about their experience of prison. Producer Kathleen Carragher
Repeated from Tuesday 7.20pm
Four scientists write a short letter assessing their life's work.
4: Professor Steven Rose , biologist and director of the Brain and Behaviour Research Group at the Open University.
Producer John Watkins
The last in the series of Britain's first
Asian sketch show.
Repeated from yesterday
Sarah Dunant reassesses six of the most famous, or infamous, authors of the 19th century. 1: Mary Braddon Producer Lore Windemuth Repeat
Flat, Wet and Wide Tim Malyon and James Crowden follow the River Parrett through the Somerset Levels.
Producer Julian May. Repeated Friday 9.30pm
Geoffrey Wheeler reviews the news 50 years ago this week. Producer Angela Sherwin
Series editor Lindsay Leonard
The first of two Victorian murder mysteries is My Beloved Husband by Pieter Rogers. with John Hartley , Tracy Wiles , Zulema Dene , Roger May , Geoffrey Whitehead Director Celia de Wolff Repeat
Brian Kay presents music full of Turkish delights.
Producer Brian Jackson
Time and Tide. Rosemary Hartill finds meaning in the landscape of Holy Island, Northumbria. Producer Norman Winter
A double bill of short plays recorded in Toronto, Canada, co-produced by BBC Radio 4 and CBC.
10.15 The Art of Kindness
By Charles Tidier. Jazz musician
Johnny Tipton survives a car crash but discovers he has forgotten how to play the saxophone. with Mary Ellen Mahoney , George Buza , Steven Bush and Bob Naismith
Music composed by Nic Gotham Director William Lane
10.45 The Favour
By George F Walker. When a cop and a lawyer arranged to meet in a motel room there was always bound to be more to the deal than just sex.
Director James Roy
In the last of the series,
Waldemar Januszczak looks at Picasso's great anti-war painting, Guernica.
Producer Anthony Denselow Repeat
Simon Armitage discusses the differences between poetry and comedy audiences with poets Sophie Hannah and Hovis Presley. Producer VivBeeby
Written and read by Ludovic Kennedy. Repeated from Monday