With Fr Paul Symonds.
With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Bishop Tom Butler.
For details see Monday
With Libby Purves and guests. Producer Ronni Davis
The news of 50 years ago today, with Geoffrey Wheeler. Inkspots fever grips Britain as the American singers arrive in the country. The TUC conference and the miners' strike dominate the news agenda.
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Ritt Bjerregaard , Denmark's European Commissioner for the Environment and author of a controversial book about life in Brussels, discusses her life at the heart of Europe. Serial: Larry's Party. Part 7. For details see Monday
Repeated from Sunday 2pm
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With Lesley Riddoch.
Conclusion of a six-part comedy drama by Kate Brooke and Sally Phillips. The eviction order is finally served, and battle commences just as the election starts. Will George come down from his tree voluntarily? Will the DTP play dirty? Will Anne finally get her man?
With Alan Francis, Sally Phillips, Elliott Nicholls and Chris Pavlo.
With Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
Three-part drama by Barbara Clegg and Olwen Wymark. 2: This Blessed Plot Thackeray's chance to redesign an Italian garden is thwarted by the disappearance of his employer. with Melanie Walters , Richard Lomas.
Carl Forgione , Vanessa Roper-Evans . Robert Rietti , James Greene and Frank Rozelaar-Green
Director Alison Hindell
The last programme in a series of views of 20th-century life.
10: The Swing of Our Hips. DJ Debra Richards reflects on women, dance and the music of the spheres. Producer Piers Plowright
Introduced by Daire Brehan.
Paul Gambaccini sees Judi Dench as Queen Victoria in the film Mrs Brown.
And a look at the Hong Kong film scene in the aftermath of the handover.
Producer Mohit Bakaya. Rvsd repeat at 9.30pm
By Jane Rawlinson , read by Jenny Agutter. She had marched for noble causes, then she held the abandoned baby and really became involved. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
Repeated Saturday 12.30am
With Kevin Bocquet.
Repeated from Monday 12.25pm
Roy is suffering from stage fright. Repeated tomorrow 1.40pm
On to Jerusalem. In the second of two programmes, Fazlun Khalid and Martin Palmer complete their journey to Jerusalem along the route of the First Crusade and reflect on the deep scars which remain within and between the ancient faiths of East and West. Producer Norman Winter Repeat
Six readings about earning a daily crust. 5: Microserfs by Douglas Coupland.
Toiling away in computerland - how to make sense of it all?
Read by William Hope. Producer Duncan Minshull
Life among the Launch Pads. As the space shuttle Endeavour awaits its next launch, Lionel Kelleway explores the wildlife at the Kennedy Space Centre. Producer Simon Roberts Repeat
Eight-part series on the environment. 7: A look at the problems of nuclear waste, and an innovative way to encourage people to recycle. Presented by Jeremy Cherfas.
Producer Hugh O'Donnell. Rptd Sunday 9.30pm
Revised repeat from 4.05pm
With Isobel Hilton.
By Virginia Woolf. Part 3. For details see Monday
A five-part comedy drama about three new mothers living in the same street, written by Julie Balloo and Jenny Eclair.
The babies are now a month old, bald and incontinent, and a rather wicked Mother Nature watches over the lives of their parents - older first-time mum Geraldine, teenager Yvette, and perfect, text-book couple Shona and Ian. With Lee Cornes, Eva Stuart, Ronnie Ancona and Jenny Eclair.
Fred Macaulay reveals the winner of this year's BBC New Comedy Award, from Edinburgh.
Producer Steve Doherty and Jon Rolph
By Peter Hoeg , translated by Barbara Haveland. Abridged in ten parts by Penny Leicester and read by Helen Schlesinger. Part 8. For details see Monday