With Fr John McCullagh.
The last of Steve Peacock 's reports from the Falklands. Editor Andrew Thorman
Sue MacGregor and Winifred Robinson.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Gabrielle Cox.
With Jenni Murray. Drama: Under One Roof. Part 5.
Drama repeated at 7 45pm
For details see Moncay 28 December
Dylan Winter visits Pitchfork Ranch,
Wyoming, to meet some real cowboys. Producer Richard Sanders
Maurice Denham stars as the golf club veteran in stories by PG Wodehouse . 1: The Awakening of Rollo Podmarsh
With Robert Bathurst. Michael Fenton Stevens. Elizabeth Proud. Rebecca Front and Virginia
Denham. Produced and adapted by Edward Taylor
With John Waite.
With Guto Harri. Editor Kevin Marsh
Brian Sibley presents a new year edition of the second semi-final, from the Comerhouse cinema in Manchester. producer Fiona Bailey
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
5: Vandals. Liza's return to a childhood haunt brings back memories both Peasant and disturbing. with Adam Sims , Gareth Tudor Price,
Mark McKerracher , Thomas Gizbert. Director Marion Nancarrow. For details see Monday 28 December
Roger Wilkes is on a personal historical trail with a listener.
Producer John Tuckey. PHONE: [number removed]
Poet Sean Street talks to Charlotte Green about the poems he wrote for
National Poetry Day. inspired by Radio 4 landmarks like the shipping forecast, and reads the sequence in whole. Producer Julian May Revised repeat
By Marina Warner, read by Juliet Stevenson. Princess Imogen cannot sleep and yearns for this experience. Producer Tanya Nash
Repeated from Sunday 27 December 4pm
Alex Brodie and his guests engage in lively conversation about how current media trends affect our lives. Producer Lindsay Leonard
With Branwen Jeffreys and Nigel Wrench. Editor Kevin Marsh
Simon Hoggart 's pick of the news, with Alan Coren , Jeremy Hardy and the teams. Producer Jon Rolph Repeated tomorrow 12.30pm
Written by Louise Page.
Archers Addicts Fan Club: send sae to [address removed]
Seamus Heaney : Opened Ground
The Nobel Prize-winning poet talks to Mark Lawson and reads his earliest and his most recent poems. Producer Julian May
By Michele Hanson. Part 5. Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby looks back on a year in which the term "foreign affairs" took on a new meaning and Any Questions? celebrated its 50th birthday.
Rptd Saturday 1.15pm
With Alistair Cooke.
Repeated Sunday 8.45am
With Sue Cameron.
The Way up to Heaven by Roald Dahl, read by Patricia Routledge. Final part. For details see Monday 28 December
Late Night on 4
Eleanor Oldroyd hosts the late-night sports conversation.
The first of three programmes examining the motives of big-hearted businessmen who use their wealth and expertise to benefit sport. Sir Eddie Kulukundis Producer Ian Bent
By Magnus Mills, read by Gavin Muir. Part 5. For details see Monday 28 December