With the Rev John Fitzsimmons.
With Anna Hill. Producer Helen Brown
With Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
7.45 Thought for the Day With the Rev Angela Tilby.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
Libby Purves and guests engage in lively and diverse conversation.
Producer Alison Hughes. Repeated at 9.30pm
Jenni Murray with the latest news, views and culture from a female perspective. Drama: Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens. Part 28. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Quentin Cooper joins with four very different trades and professions astheygatherfortheir annual get-togethers. 4: PestEx-ProtEx 99. Pest controllers and building preservers from all over the world converge on London to talk rats, termites and global warming. UK residents may be looking forward to a warmer wintertomorrow, but so are the insects from the south that have already reached Devon. Producer Nigel Acheson
A comedy series based on Frank Dickens 's classic cartoon. 2: The Power of the Press
Bristow's crusade for better conditions for cleaning ladies bites the dust.
with Roger Lloyd Pack. Jon Glover , Katy Odey. David Battley and Ian Kelland. Music John Whitehall. Director Neil Cargill
With Liz Barclay and MarkWhittaker.
With Nick Clarke
Steve Richards plays host to team captains Roy Hattersley and Sir Patrick Cormack MP in the panel game about politics and politicians. This week's guests are journalist Julia Langdon and broadcaster James Cox.
Written by Hugh Rycroft and David Spicer. Producer Steve Doherty
Repeated from yesterday 7 pm
Helena Kennedy QC presents a second series of four dramatised features about legal cases which led to a change in the law.
The tragic story of Emma Humphries, who was tried at Nottingham Crown Court for the murder of her boyfriend in 1985. She never denied killing him but pleaded not guilty to murder on grounds of provocation.
Nigel Colborn , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions posed by gardeners from the East Riding of Yorkshire. With Chairman Eric RobSOn. Repeated from Sunday 2pm
2: Driving. As Claudia Hammond discovers, there are many subtle ways by which we are persuaded to drive more safely. For details see yesterday(R)
68: 19 75 - the Birth ofThatcherism and a Referendum on Europe For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor visits Nottingham to meet three people responsible for putting it on the larger map. Producer Jane Jeffes
A person collapses in the supermarket. Would you know what to do? Dr Graham Easton hears from Scottish schoolchildren who are learning how - ER style. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
With Chris Lowe and Charlie Lee-Potter
A comedy by Simon Brett following the fortunes of three fortysomething sisters.
Anna is suffering following the end of her relationship with Stuart. Sick of the selfishness of Victoria and Charlotte, she decides to give them a taste of their own medicine.
Happy birthday, Mike? Repeated tomorrow 2pm
Francine Stock chairs the nightly arts programme, including a report by John Wilson live from the gala opening night of the newly restored and expanded Royal Opera House. Listeners can hearthe operatic half of the opening concert live on Radio 3 from 9.45pm. BBC2 will be broadcasting the opening perfomance live from
7.30pm. Producer Stephen Hughes
By Charles Dickens , dramatised by Georgia Pritchett.Part28.
Fordetails see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs an investigation of the moral questions behind the week's news.
Witnesses face a tough cross-examination from David Starkey , Janet Daley , David Cook and Polly Toynbee. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Michael Rosen presents fourtalks on the process of divorce and its aftermath, drawing on his own experience and eyewitness accounts from estate agents, grandparents, lawyers and counsellors. 3: Meltdown. The point of departure - lawyers pick up the scent. Repeated from Sunday 5.40pm
In a new four-part series John Gribbin explores the weird subatomic world of quantum mechanics and will be asking listeners to abandon all the familiar ways of picturing the world and to suspend belief. Reader Paul Birchard. 1: A Measure of Uncertainty
The events surrounding the disturbing realisation that matter can be both wave and particle, and the story of how the discovery of quanta spawned the greatest ever scientific revolution.
John Gribbin introduces the key characters in a tale about a hapless cat that can be both dead and alive at the same time and, as Richard Feynman remarked, "If you don't take it too seriously you will discover nature to be a delightful and entrancing thing."
Libby Purves and guests engage in lively and diverse conversation. Shortened repeat of 9am
Written and read by Eric Newby. 3: Seeing the World on Two Wheels For details see Monday
A comedy by Sean Lock and Martin Trenaman. 2: Sean's bad-tempered, reckless past catches up with him in the shape of a dead swan. Starring Sean Lock , Tim Mitchell , Tracy-Ann Oberman , Peter Serafinowicz and Martin Trenaman. Producer Chris Neill. Script editor Robert Fraser-Steele
By Ivan Klima , read by David Calder. Part8. For details see Monday