With Father Oliver McTernan.
With Anna Hill.
Producer Steve Peacock
With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
With the Rt Rev Tom Butler , Bishop of Leicester.
8.35 Yesterday in Parliament
In a Radio 4 exclusive, Jenni Murray meets Colleen McCullough , author of the world bestseller The Thorn Birds.
Postcards: Sunblock. Part 3. Postcards repeated at 7.45pm For details see Monday
The last of four programmes in which Roisin McAuley experiences a typical day inside Salford Magistrates' Court. The Same Faces Week After Week
Ken monitors security on the front door. Mark pleads guilty to driving his mother's car without permission. Magistrates Zena, Margaret and Peter toss a coin to decide who will chair the court. Producer Julia Shaw
A five-part exploration of political satire. 4: Cartoons. The earliest form of popular Pictorial satire began life in printshop windows in the 1720s and has run and run, keeping pace with the boundaries of taste for centuries. Frank Whitford explores the mighty pen. Producer Chris Eldon-Lee
With Trixie Rawlinson and MarkWhittaker.
With Nick Clarke.
Barry Took presents a revised version of the popular radio parlour game of Twenty Questions. Regular team
Member Geoffrey Durham is joined by Jan Ravens and Neil Innes.
Written by Michael Dines. Producer Andy Aliffe
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
Stephanie Cole stars as the slightly elderly lady whose exotic birds bring her triumphant fulfilment in this monologue written especially for her by Peter Tinniswood.
Bob Flowerdew , John Cushnie and Pippa Greenwood answer questions from staff and visitors at the British
Library. With chairman Eric Robson. Repeated from Sunday 2pm
3: Cyclecar production. For details see Monday
By Sonia Lambert , read by Jenny Agutter. On a wet spring morning in London, a family wakes to find they have a regal visitor - with wings. Producer Elizabeth Davies Repeated Sunday
With Graham Easton.
Repeated from yesterday 9pm
The Larger Map. Having left Liverpool in his early 20s, Laurie Taylor returns there to discuss the state of the city with three people who are shaping its present and future. David Wade-Smith , Claire Dove MBE and Andrew Bentley are joined by the Liverpool Echo's news editor, John Thompson. Producer Jane Jeffes
With Clare English and Charlie Lee-Potter .
A six-part comedy guide to surviving the millennium. Presented by Gordon Kennedy , with Philip Pope and a team of regular and guest comic performers and satirists.
4: Cohabiting with the Environment
Written by John Langdon. Debbie Barham and Bruce Hyman. Producer Rosemary McGowan Series editor Bruce Hyman
Ambridge remembers John. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
Mark Lawson investigates the triumphs and terrors of life as a Jewish teenager, as revealed in two new novels. Producer Jerome Weatherald
By Ginnie Hole. Part 3. Repeated from 10.45am For details see Monday
The 50th season of Reith Lectures continues with the fourth of five lectures, War and the Individual, by military historian John Keegan. Melvyn Bragg introduces the event and chairs questions from an invited audience in the Bute Hall, Scottish Centre for War Studies, Glasgow University. Repeated Saturday PHONE [number removed] for further details. WEB SITE: [web address removed]
3: With Bramley Muton.
Repeated from Saturday 7.45pm
Peter Evans presents six new stories from the world of science. 4: Chill Out
It has always been thought that injured adults and babies should be kept warm. Now it seems that deliberately cooling them improves their chances of survival. Producer Jim Clarke
Repeated from 9arn
With Robin Lustig.
By Charles Frazier. Part 3. For details see Monday
John Morton's award-winning comedy in four parts, about a tenacious but unlucky broadcaster. Roy Mallard turns his incisive gaze on another occupation. Starring Chris Langham as Roy Mallard. With Bill Nighy, Carla Mendonca, Nigel Lindsey, Caroline Berry, Ian Michie, Polly Adams and John Hartley. Producer Paul Schlesinger (Repeat)
Written and read by Ted Hughes. Part 8. For details see Monday