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John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Gabrielle Cox.
8.35 Yesterday in Parliament

Contributors

Unknown:
John Humphrys
Unknown:
James Naughtie.

Reports on the stories that matter to people around the world. Emily Buchanan travels to Strasbourg to see why the French are worried about violence in their schools. She explores the controversial new European Parliament building and tastes the fruits of an old brewery fighting for its independence. Producer Sallie Davies

Contributors

Unknown:
Emily Buchanan
Producer:
Sallie Davies

An award-winning comedy series by Alex Ferguson about a boy and his uncle, set on Tyneside in the 1930s. 3:Where Black Tides Rage.Young Lecky has been given tickets to the Christmas pantomime. He and his mother enjoy an enchanted evening. with Gareth Brown , Charlie Hardwick , Colin MacLachlan. Jack McBride. Janine Birkett , Donald McBride , Adam Pearson and Jane Holman. Music by Jane Holman Director Melanie Harris

Contributors

Unknown:
Alex Ferguson
Unknown:
Young Lecky
Unknown:
Gareth Brown
Unknown:
Charlie Hardwick
Unknown:
Colin MacLachlan.
Unknown:
Jack McBride.
Unknown:
Janine Birkett
Unknown:
Donald McBride
Unknown:
Adam Pearson
Unknown:
Jane Holman.
Music By:
Jane Holman
Director:
Melanie Harris
Uncle Freddie:
Shaun Prendergast
Alex:
Alex Ferguson

Alison Mitchell presents the series that helps you find new work opportunities and explores the issues that shape your working life.
Producers Marcia Hughes and Sandra Kanthall. Repeated Easter Day 8.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Alison Mitchell
Producers:
Marcia Hughes
Producers:
Sandra Kanthall.

4: Maundy Thursday. The day of the big porridge, Maundy money and Easter during the war, as related by Anne Frank , Oscar Wilde ,
Evelyn Waugh and George Bernard Shaw among others.
For details see Monday

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Frank
Unknown:
Oscar Wilde
Unknown:
Evelyn Waugh
Unknown:
George Bernard Shaw

Four programmes in which Professor Christopher Andrew rewrites history by imagining how past events could have been different. 4: President
Clinton has warned that germ warfare now poses one of the greatest threats to the security of the USA. Guests, including the former defence secretary Michael Portillo , examine the history of these terrifying weapons and contemplate what the consequences would be if the President is proved right. Producer Ian Bell

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Andrew
Unknown:
Michael Portillo
Producer:
Ian Bell

From understanding the nature of the cosmos to the latest thinking on the origin of life, Geoff Watts reports from the cutting edge of science. Producer Paul Arnold
E-MAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoff Watts
Producer:
Paul Arnold

A six-part comedy series that uses the format of a live radio discussion programme to take an original look at media absurdity. With Ainsley Elliot and his guests.1:Health with Melanie Hudson , Linda Spurrier , Sandra Dickinson and Geoffrey McGivem
Written by the cast. with Nick Canner and Paul B Davies. Producer Paul B Davies

Contributors

Unknown:
Ainsley Elliot
Unknown:
Melanie Hudson
Unknown:
Linda Spurrier
Unknown:
Sandra Dickinson
Unknown:
Geoffrey McGivem
Unknown:
Nick Canner
Unknown:
Paul B Davies.
Producer:
Paul B Davies
Ainsley Elliot:
Griff Rhys Jones
Professor Wim Van Dyke:
Graeme Garden

Five documentaries that cross boundaries of geography and generation. 1: Waiting for Joe DiMaggio April 1993: the National Italian-American Federation is close to achieving its dream of reuniting the baseball legend Joe DiMaggio with the Sicilian village where his parents were born. Series editor Sharon Banoff Repeat

Contributors

Unknown:
Joe Dimaggio
Unknown:
Joe Dimaggio
Editor:
Sharon Banoff

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