Producers Hugh O'Donnell and Steve Peacock
With Father Oliver McTernan.
With Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Sister Lavinia Byrne.
Katharine Graham , head of the Washington Post Company, has been described as the most powerful woman in America. Her memoir, abridged in ten parts by Chris Wallis , covers some of the most turbulent events in recent
American history. Part 1. Producer Paul Kent
In the last of five programmes, Sean Rafferty travels to Inverness to join guests for debate and discussion. Producer Kathleen Carragher
The news of 50 years ago today. Producer Nick Holden-Sim
Jenni Murray joins Joan Smith to discuss whether the nineties woman can act on her desires without fear of consequences.
Serial: Larry's Party, by Carol Shields , read by William Hope. Abridged in 13 parts by Doreen Estall. Part 5. Managing editor Nadine Grieve
Vincent Duggleby takes listeners' calls on a topical financial issue. Producer Sarah Pennells
Lines open from 10am
With Mark Whittaker.
Wales and the South of England battle it out in another contest of wit and wisdom. Nick Clarke is in the chair. Producer Paul Bajoha
Repeated Wednesday 6.30pm
With Nick Clarke.
Repeated from Friday
By Victoria Glendinning , dramatised in two episodes by John Peacock. 2: Let There Be Light
New Year's Eve 1885. Charlotte
Fisher attends a party where she is to discover new spiritualist powers. with Ian Masters , David Brooks. Jenny Lee , Rachel Atkins , Ann Beach , Stephen Thorne and Timothy Davies. Director David Hunter
With Laurie Taylor and guests. Managing editor Nadine Grieve PHONE: (0171) [number removed]
Paul Gambaccini talks to the author
Richard Ford about his stories Women with Men.
Producer Anthony Denselow
Written and read by Tracey Lloyd.
"Marooned on the sofa, Alison looked enviously round the room. The party was impermeably French." Produced by Pauline Stone Repeated Sunday 12.30am
With Charlie Lee-Potter and Chris Lowe.
Repeated from Saturday 12.25pm
David is feeling put upon. Repeated tomorrow 1.40pm
Paul Allen and shed enthusiasts including writer Peter Tinniswood and academic Valentine Cunningham sweep the cobwebs from a neglected corner of British culture when they open the door on the private kingdoms and adult playrooms that exist inside the shed.
Producer Abigail Appleton Repeat
William Shakespeare 's comedy of true love, misplaced love, gender confusion and reconciliation. with Michael Cochrane. Christopher Wright. Tracy Ann Oberman , John Rowe.
Jane Whittenshaw , David Brooks , Iwan Thomas. David Bannerman. Sebastian Harcombe ,
Nicholas Boulton , Brian Parr. David Timson and Hugh Dickson. Music by Mia Soteriou.
Musicians Mia Soteriou. Steve Bentley Klein and Merlin Shepherd
Adapted and directed by Ned Chaillet
Another chance to hear Sean O'Brien celebrate the readily available sensual experience that gives him intense pleasure - Tyneside Turkish baths. Producer Beaty Rubens Repeat
With Robin Lustig.
Eileen Atkins reads Virginia Woolf's 20th-century classic, abridged in ten parts by Yvonne Antrobus.
Mr and Mrs Ramsay holiday with their family in the Hebrides. Part 1. Producer John Theocharis Repeat
Julian Clary chooses his favourite pieces of writing. With readers
Russell Churney and Erica Poole. Producer Paul Dodgson
Written and narrated by Fay Weldon.
The final part of a five-part serial set in swinging sixties London. Helen and Nell are to be rewarded, while the outrageous Angie is to be punished. with David Forrester , Susie Fugle , Emilie Jones. Christian Rodska and Cornelius Garrett
Director Shaun MacLoughlin Repeat
By Peter Hoeg , translated by Barbara Haveland. Abridged in ten parts by Penny Leicester and read by Helen Schlesinger.
Madelene and Johnny have rescued the ape from her husband's laboratory. Meanwhile, Adam has reported the disappearance of both his wife and the ape to the authorities. Part 6. Producer Jill Walters