With the Rev Angela Tilby.
With James Naughtie and Sue MacGregor.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Angela Tilby.
Jeremy Paxman sets the cultural agenda for the week with guests including Israeli novelist Amos Oz and Nobel Prize-winning poet Derek Walcott. Producer Tony Phillips. Repeated at 9.30pm
Art historian Griselda Pollock joins Martha Kearney to discuss
Mary Cassatt , the almost forgotten grande dame of impressionism. Drama:
Letters from a Lost Generation. Part 11. Editor Ruth Gardiner
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We may be a nation of animal lovers, but most of us draw the line at taxidermy. Nick Davies talks to practitioners of this dying art. Producer Hannah Andrassy
The final part of Jim Eldridge 's comedy drama starring Karl Howman as Mr Sims. Final Thoughts. The end of a school year- and of an era. with Paul Copley , Deirdre Costello ,
Tom Watson , Jacqueline Beatty , Vivienne Martin. Rachel Atkins , Scott Clark , Kristy Bruce and Rikki Doughty. Producer John Fawcett Wilson
With Liz Barclay and John Waite.
Editor Chris Burns. PHONE: [number removed] to raise issues for investigation
With Nick Clarke.
A chance for the South of England to get their own back on the Midlands, who beat them last time they met.
Nick Clarke is on hand to see fair play. Producer Paul Bajoria. Rptd Sunday 1.30pm
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
By Elizabeth Bowen , dramatised for radio by Patricia M Cobey. The 1920s in Cork, when women thought the world was beginning for them. with Peter O'Meara. Mario Rosenstock and Paddy Scully. Director Pam Brighton
Vincent Duggleby takes calls on a topical issue affecting personal finance. Producer Frances Macdonald
LINES OPEN from 1.30pm
Ray Gosling presents five programmes on 20th-century joblessness. Producer Bob Dickinson Repeat
Safety. The first of four short stories by Julia Darling about people who spend much of their life high above the ground. Read by Kevin Whately. Producer Gillian Hush
With Nigel Duckers.
Repeated from Saturday 11am
Jenni Murray and her guests take a global view of news and human stories. Producer Lindsay Leonard
With Kevin Bocquet and Clare English.
Dr Phil Hammond chairs the alternative debating game. Producer Helen Williams
Janet rearranges Christmas. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
Francine Stock chairs the arts show.
Film directors Ken Loach and Shane
Meadows discuss celluloid portrayals of sportsmen to mark the release of Loach's new film, My Name Is Joe. Producer Julian May
Vera Brittain 's correspondence with four men close to her who were on the front during the First World War.
Adapted by Mark Bostridge. Part 11. with Jonathan Firth , James Wallace and Robert Portal. Producer Clive Brill. Rptd from 10.45am
It is a year since the tension of Wales's devolution referendum night. Huw Edwards talks to those who turned the narrowest of Yes votes into reality. Producers Jeremy Davies and Martyn Ingram
The Moneymakers. How do you make millions out of a good idea? Peter Day asks a handful of entrepreneurs. Producer Rosamund Jones Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
Is there really a breeding ground for great white sharks in the Mediterranean? And could the sharks be the last survivors of a population hit by fishing, pollution and public apathy? Mark Carwardine investigates.
Producer Grant Sonnex. Rptd tomorrow 11am
Repeated from 9am
With Isabel Hilton.
Louis de Bernieres's novel is read in ; 15 parts by Robert Powell. Part 11. Abridged by Alison Joseph
Producer Duncan Minshull Repeat
Repeated from yesterday 7.55am
LATE NIGHT ON 4
A four-part comedy with words and music by Don Paterson.
2: Prelude to a Pish
Homesick encounters his ex-girl and his ex-drug habit; and South Skye becomes a new English county. Starring Bill Paterson as Homesick Ferguson. With Alexander Morton , Ashley Jensen , Ralph Riach , Liam Brennan , Gerda Stevenson and Ian Aldred. Musicians Brian Kellock , John Rae , Brian Shiels and Dougie Pincock Producer Dave Batchelor
Gabriel Garcia Marquez 's gripping account of the Colombian drug cartels jj and the plight of their many victims. 1 Abridged in ten parts by Katrin I Williams , read by Sean Barrett. Part 1. Producer Paul Kent