Producers Hugh O'Donnell and Steve Peacock
With James Whitbourn and his guest. Producer Norman Winter
With John Humphrys , Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Canon Eric James.
Cliff Morgan with interviews, features and a look at the sporting world. Producer Roy Calley
Holiday reports from around the world plus consumer investigations. Producer Eleanor Garland
Repeated tomorrow 7.30pm
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Ned Sherrin is joined by Dickie Bird and Muriel Gray.
Producer Christopher Wilson
Michael White of The Guardian looks behind the scenes at Westminster. Editor Jane Ashley
An eight-part series exploring Europe, presented by Olenka Frenkiel.
2: Beatrice Guerrey asks whether attempts to put the "egalite" back into French education are working.
And a report on sexual harassment in Italian universities. Producer Gudrun Dalibor
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Alison Mitchell with the latest news from the world of personal finance. Producer Frances Macdonald
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In the last of the series,
Simon Hoggart quizzes Alan Coren , Francis Wheen and guests Jeremy Hardy and Andy Hamilton on the week's news.
Chairman's script by lain Pattinson with Hugh Rycroft and David Spicer. Producer Aled Evans Repeated Monday 6.30pm
Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Aberdeen by Secretary of State for Scotland Donald Dewar, deputy chairman of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Annabel Goldie, MP Margaret Ewing and Lord Steel Repeated from yesterday
Phone with your views on the issues raised in Any Questions?
Producers Anne Peacock , Bruce Whitney-Low LINES: open from 12.30pm
By Ronnie Smith, a poignant comedy with music.
Eric Strapp is on the run, but he's innocent of any crime.
Six-part series on the Roman legacy.
Guy, It's Over to You... Historian and archaeologist Guy de la Bedoyere asks why the Romans would want to invade Britain and what the Britons made of the first European Community.
(Repeated tomorrow 8.30pm)
With Peter Evans.
Producer Richard Aedy. Repeated Tuesday 8pm E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. uk
Investigation into the work of the World Trade Organisation. With Lesley Curwen. Producer Kim Barrington. Rptd from Tuesday
A four-part series of commissioned letters from Australia and New Zealand. 1: Letter from Alan Duff. Correspondence from the controversial Maori author whose debut novel, Once Were
Warriors, was one of the most talked-about books in New Zealand and was made into a film.
Producer Constance St Louis
Satirical review of the week's news, with Sally Grace , Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson.
Producer Maria Esposito Repeated from yesterday
John Peel presents more musings on the maze of family life. Producer Cathy Drysdale '
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A Controlled Madness - the Plight of Algerian Culture
Over 50,000 people have died since the start of the conflict in Algeria between the military government and armed Islamic groups. Many singers, actors and writers have been threatened or killed, and thousands of people have now fled the country to seek sanctuary in France. Jo Shinner reports from Paris on the madness that seems to be engulfing Algeria. Producer Anthony Denselow Repeated Friday 9.30pm
Geoffrey Wheeler looks back at the events of 50 years ago this week. Producer Tracey Cotton
Ronald Frame's four-part series set in a luxury hotel in the Scottish Highlands. 2: While the staff of the Hydro have their "potential superfactors" assessed by a management guru
, Fee runs into trouble with the bank. with Wendy Seager , Finlay McLean , Gayanne Potter , Geoffrey Lee , John Buick and Jan Moffat. Director Patrick Rayner Repeat
Brian Kay lights the touchpaper of some musical pyrotechnics. Producer Brian Jackson
A reflection for All Saints' Day with the Rev Angela Tilby. Producer Garry Boon
The final instalment of Lee Hall 's play. Spoonface Steinberg. Spoonface is seven years old, autistic and terminally ill with cancer. Starring Becky Simpson.
Director Kate Rowland Repeat
Six Zimbabwe residents reflect on their home 16 years after independence. 3: Geoffrey sold a small house in Oxford and bought 5,000 acres of wilderness with the proceeds. Producer Paul Dodgson Repeat
Six programmes in which Russell Davies explores words and the way we speak. 3: Already, So Soon, My Life
An exploration of the Jewish joke. Producer Emma Kingsley Repeat
By Richard Madelin , read by Philip Voss. Repeated from Monday