With Father Paul Symonds.
With Rachel Morgan. Producer Ashley Gething
John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Anne Atkins.
Olivia O'Leary talks to pairs of people who have had parallel experiences. In this edition, Maria Bentley-Dingwall , niece of Derek Bentley , and Georgina Ellis , daughter of Ruth, discuss the legacy of the death penalty. Producer Sara Conkey Repeated at 9.30pm
Five programmes featuring amateur scientists. 1: Astronomer Guy Hurst has acted as a bridge between amateurs and professionals from all over the world.
Producer Neil George
With Jenni Murray. Drama: The Jury by Matthew Solon. Part 14 of 25. Drama repeated at 7.45pm For details see Monday
The news behind the world headlines.
A comedy series by Christopher Fitz-Simon . 2:The Ambassador.The
Dublin Theatrical Costumiers are asked to dress a British Embassy pageant, only to become embroiled in a money-laundering scandal. with Frank Kelly. Eugene O'Brien , Sylvia Syms , Ali White and Bosco Hogan Music played by John Trotter Director Roland Jaquarello Repeated Sunday 8pm
With Liz Barclay and Trixie Rawlinson.
With Nick Clarke at the Labour Party conference in Blackpool.
Robert Robinson chairs the nationwide general knowledge contest. Producer Richard Edis
Repeated Sunday llpm
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
Sleeping in palaces or under the stars; seeking glory or courting fair damsels; hunting the enemy and, in turn, being hunted. An authentic account of life as a soldier in Wellington's peninsular campaign, compiled by Christopher Aird and Jonathan Tafler. Starring
Andrew Lincoln as Wheeler and Ciaran Hinds as Wellington.
Editor Chris Burns
4: Pheromones and Pumpkin Pie. An investigation into the smells of food and love. With Dr Alan Hirsch of the Chicago Smell and Taste Foundation. For details see Monday
Bubblegum by Adam Thorpe , read by Shiv Grewal. He should have kissed her, but the scent of bubblegum stood for pain, not pleasure. The last of four stories.
For details see Monday
Michael Rosen explores words and the way we speak.
When a pub is renamed, does marketing win over history?
(Repeated Sunday 8.30pm)
Oxford historian Alan Chapman argues that musical concepts like harmony, pitch and dissonance are just another way of describing the laws of physics and geometry that determine the shape of our universe. Producer John Watkins
With Charlie Lee-Potter and Chris Lowe.
The sketch show about families, relationships and lifestyles continues with an edition recorded at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Starring Robert Duncan as Mike and Jan
Ravens as Sue.
With Ronnie Ancona , Alistair McGowan , Roger Blake and Steve Punt. Written by Steve Punt from a format by Bill Dare
Music by Mark Burton. Producer Aled Evans
There is trouble in the tea interval.
Repeated tomorrow 2pm
Francine Stock chairs the arts show. Producer Lawrence Pollard
By Matthew Solon. Part 14 of 25. Repeated from 10.45am For details see Monday
John Waite presents a series chronicling our failure to cope with the consequences for health of 20th-century industrialisation. Producer Graham Ellis
A series examining Britain's emerging constitutional landscape. In this edition, Anne Perkins visits York and the North East to find out if anything can be done to quicken people's interest in moribund local democracy. Producer Sue Davies
From the first thermometers to manless mini-planes, Paul Simons looks at weather forecasting. Producer Sue Broom
Repeated from 9am
By Marcel Pagnol. 4: Marcel is left behind by his father and uncle on the first day of the shooting season. For details see Monday
Arabella Weir hosts the panel game that seeks to connect the seemingly unconnected.
Producer Liz Anstee
The return of the award-winning series in which feature makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries. This edition focuses on attitudes to the Australian crocodile.
Series editor Sharon Banoff
By Julia Darling. Part 4 of 10. For details see Monday