With the Rev Elfed ap Nefydd Roberts.
With Trixie Rawlinson.
More travels through the British countryside in the company of Richard Uridge.
Producer Alasdair Cross
With Anna Ford and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
With the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths.
8.45 Yesterday in Parliament LW only
This week, a former hard-hitting news journalist in Australia who is now a househusband in Newcastle. Producer Alison Hughes PHONE: [number removed]
With Ned Sherrin and guests.
Derek Cooper begins a series celebrating the best of British with a visit to the oldest cider vinegar maker in the country.
Producer Lauretta Reynolds Repeated Monday 4pm
Kate Adie presents analysis and insight from correspondents around the world. Producer Tony Grant
Alison Mitchell with news and advice from the world of personal finance. Producer Tom Cunnington
A six-part political farce by Steve Nallon and Turan Ali.
3: Arise, Sir Boggy! The Prime Minister claims his New Year honours list will be for ordinary people, but all the knighthoods still go to businessmen in exchange for favours. Lottie and Emmeline Pankhurst decide to take matters into their own hands. With Nerys Hughes , Maggie Steed and Mark Williams.
Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Matlock, Derby, by panellists including Jackie Ballard MP; David Blunkett , Secretary of State for Education; and author and columnist Will Self. Repeated from yesterday
Phone Jonathan Dimbleby with your views on the issues raised in this week's edition of Any Questions? LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
In January 1973, President Nixon signed a ceasefire agreement with North and South Vietnam. Operation Homecoming marked the withdrawal of all US troops and a promise that, within 60 days, all those missing would be accounted for. Twenty-six years later, over 2,000 men are still missing, as well as one woman - Dr Eleanor Ardel Vietti , the only woman left behind. Journalist Maggie O'Kane tells her story.
Producer Clare McGinn Repeat
By Melissa Murray , with and . Simone has been exiled from her family since her revelation in a TV programme that she is gay. Now she is seriously ill with leukaemia, and her only hope is a bone marrow transplant from a close relative ... with David Allister , Amelia Taylor , Ben Crowe and Priyanga Elan. Director Cherry Cookson
The best of the week on Woman's
Hour, presented by Jenni Murray. Editor Ruth Gardiner
With Eddie Mair.
Brian Sibley with the latest film news. Producer Mairi Russell
Repeated Tuesday 11.30pm
Simon Fanshawe and guests broadcast live from the Radio
Theatre in the heart of London. Producers Tim Dee and Paul Dodgson
Tom Sutcliffe and panel cast an eye over the cultural events of the week, including a major review of Monet's paintings at London's Royal Academy, and Warren Beatty 's new film Bulworth. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Gerry Anderson presents extraordinary tales from ordinary life. Producer Simon Elmes
Repeated Wednesday 8.45pm
Former Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda , who was educated at a mission school, is among those recalling the life and work of British missionaries during the 20th century. Presented by Colin Morris. Producer Felicity Goodall Repeat
By Jorge Amado , dramatised in three parts by Stuart Morris.
1: No Wake without Rum. In Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, Dona Ror , the youthful and sensuous proprietor of a cooking school, is wooed by the disreputable but utterly charming Vadinho. With
Lesley Carvello and Tristan Sturrock. Repeated from Sunday
Diana Madill with a lively debate. Repeated from Wednesday
Robert Dawson Scott invites a musician to revisit a major musical challenge. Producer John Goudie. Rptd Monday 11.30pm
Small World. Simon Parkes crosses the Channel to visit the modern parks of Paris. Structural and innovative, they marked a departure from the traditional French gardens towards a more international style. But does contemporary garden design mean the end of national idiosyncrasies? Producer Rebecca Moore Repeat
Good to Be Wrong. The last of three programmes featuring specially commissioned works from poet and priest RS Thomas. Thomas explores the tensions surrounding the survival of the Welsh language and culture. Producer Alistair McGhee Repeat
By Raymond Soltysek , read by Billy Boyd. In thirties Paisley, life is a struggle. Jamie Davidson is a streetwise teenager whose political and literary awareness is both a surprise and a threat to his teachers. Producer Pam Wardell