With the Rev Angela Tilby.
With Charlotte Smith.
Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
With Professor Charles Handy.
Olivia O'Leary talks to two people who have had similar experiences. Esther Lenehan and Douglas Kennedy are foreigners who chose to live in England. What do they make of the English?
Producer Sara Conkey. Repeated at 9.30pm
Marcel Berlins dissects the eloquence of great advocates whose skill with words has given them mastery over the courts.
2: Clarence Darrow. The 1920s star of American defence lawyers, whose style inspired poets and film-makers. Producer Anna Parkinson
With Martha Kearney and guests. Drama: South Riding by Winifred Holtby. Part 2.
Drama repeated at 7.45pm For details see yesterday
Living Water. In his series on the River Thames, Quentin Cooper finds that far from being a moribund culvert, the river is both a major wildlife reserve and a source of gourmet delights. Producer John Tuckey
Professor Jeffrey Richards presents a series of programmes about classic detectives. 3: The Wisdom of Miss Marple
. Examining the appeal of Agatha Christie 's spinster detective. Producer Helen Williams
Trixie Rawlinson and Mark Whittaker.
With Nick Clarke.
From Cardiff schoolgirl to chart-topping success - the story of 13-year-old soprano Charlotte Church 's rise to fame. Presented by Carolyn Hitt. Producer Ruth Prince
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
By Tanika Gupta. A romance with chess. Bela is a keen chess player, but when her husband cheats on her, she retreats from life's game. with Alice Arnold , Derek Walmsley , June Barrie , Tilly Gaunt and Lexi Rose Director Jonquil Panting
A series of four phone-ins (calls charged at national rates) during the European election campaign broadcast simultaneously on Radio 4 and BBC2. You are invited to put your views on the European Union, and Britain's role in it, to the key party leaders. Today, call Alex Salmond , leader of the Scottish National Party, and Dafydd Wigley , President of Plaid Cymru. Presented by Diana Madill. Editor Brian Walker
107: A Treaty of Serene and Potent Kings For details see yesterday Repeat
Can yoga calm stressed students? Do we really need to learn how to breathe? Inhale with Libby Purves on the guide to the learning world.
Producers Maud Hand and Lyn Webster Wilde Action Line: [number removed]44
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Entertaining conversation from the world of business with Heather
Payton and guests. Producer Simon Crow
With Clare English and Chris Lowe.
A comedy written by Luke Sorba.
4: Around the World in 80 Hours or the Bank Holiday Episode
. It is bank holiday weekend and Donna, Johnny, Patrick and Abigail see no reason to change their usual habits just because the world has ended. with Luke Sorba , Carla Mendonca and Simon Greenall. Producer Liz Anstee Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
A rude awakening for Tommy. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
John Wilson chairs the arts programme, with news, reviews and interviews. Producer Katie Hunter
By Winifred Holtby. Part 2. Repeated from 10.45am For details see yesterday
A growing number of Britain's older hospitals are being sold off by health authorities and trusts which are desperate to boost their income. Is the taxpayer getting value for money? Presented by Jenny Cuffe. Producer Gregor Stewart Repeated Sunday 5pm
In a special edition of the programme, virtuoso flautist James Galway joins Peter White to talk about his music and the impact the eye condition nystagmus has had on his life. Producer Cheryl Gabriel
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Reproduction. The urge to have children is very powerful and the need to stop having them is almost as strong.
Graham Easton looks at the system which allows it all to happen - or not. Producer Helen Sharp
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Repeated tomorrow 4.30pm
Olivia O'Leary talks to Esther Lenehan and Douglas Kennedy , two people who have chosen to live in England. What do they make of the English? Repeated from 9am
By Andrew Greig. 2: Before the climbing expedition even reaches the Mustagh Tower in the Himalayas, it runs out of money.
For details see yesterday Repeat
Punt and Dennis present an alternative view of the world.
Repeated from Saturday 6.15pm
Brian Sibley looks at the world of cinema, including the pick of films on television. This week, Kim Newman examines the quintessential British horror film.
Repeated from Saturday 5.30pm
By Ethan Coen. 2: The Old Country read by Ron Berglas. For details see yesterday