With Liz Hansford.
Anna Hill looks at the links between the royal family and the land.
With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With Rev Dr Colin Morris.
JoiningTom Sutcliffe is Yale law
professor Stephen L Carter who was paid over$4 million for his first novel. Does his thriller live up to the advance he has been paid? Or is it a case of hype over content? Producer Ariane Koek Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Regional Variations (2)
Presented by the Rev Nicholas Holtam , vicar of St Martin in the Fields, London. With the BBC
Singers directed by Stephen Cleobury. Including music from past coronations. All People That on Earth
Do Dwell (Old Hundredth). 1 Kings 1, w32-40. I Was
Glad (Purcell). 0 Taste and See (Vaughan Williams).
With Jenni Murray. Claudia Hammond visits Kensington Palace to view the wedding dresses of the country's past five queens, which are on display togetherforthe first time,
10.45 Drama Laughter in Leningrad. Part 1. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
England v Sri Lanka
Commentary on the final day's play in the Second TestatEdgbaston. Including at:
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By Stephen Wyatt
Continuing the six-part drama documentary series that explores the life of the British soldier over the centuries.
It is 1705 and Sergeant Jack Matthews (Chris Donnelly) of Colonel Alnutt's regiment is recruiting men - by fair means or foul - to join the Duke of Marlborough's army. Peter Caddick-Adams and Dr Steve Poole provide historical background.
By PG Wodehouse , dramatised in six parts by Roger Davenport. 6: MullinerS Buck-U-Uppo. Pale young curates are rapidlygoing out offashion in the last of Mr Mulliner 's tales from the bar parlour of the Angler's Rest. Augustine Mulliner , in particular, is transformed overnight into a tiger of a churchman when his aunt sends some of Uncle Wilfred's s latest invention, a tonic called Mulliner's Buck-U-Uppo. Director Ned Chaillet
With Winifred Robinson.
With Nick Clarke.
Peter Snow returns with a new series of the challengingquiz for amateurteamsfrom all over the UK. Producer Paul Bajoria Repeated Saturday llpm
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
Judi Dench leads an all-star cast in this radio adaptation of J M Barrie's poignant one-act play in which, for the first time, audiences will hear Barrie's own stage directions as part of the performance. By a miraculous act of serendipity Charles, a young man of 23, finds himself in the house of his true love's mother. Or so he thinks. Adapted and directed by Julia McKenzie.
Vincent Duggleby and guests are on hand to answer your personal finance questions. Lines open 1.30pm. Telephone [number removed]. Producer Louise Greenwood
By Joanna Trollope. To mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee, a new story from one of Britain's best-loved writers. Dora shares her birthday with the Queen. She reflects that this was the only thing about her that made her mother proud. The reader is Jean Boht. Producer Elizabeth Allard
Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and at times ambiguous relationship between the royal family and the British people from 1937 to the present day. Featuring the late Barbara Castle. 1: Celebration. Producer Felicity Goodall
Extended repeat of yesterday 12.30pm
Gavin Esler and guests roam the international agenda from politics to popular culture, sports to Science, and art to anthropology. Producer Amber Dawson
With Clare English and Carolyn Quinn.
The nation's favourite panel game breezes in from the Haymarket Theatre in Leicester, where Jeremy Hardy joins regularteam members Tim Brooke -
Taylor, Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer , underthe reluctant chairmanship of Humphrey Lyttelton. Colin Sell is at the piano. Producer Jon Naismith Rptd Sun 12.04pm BBC RADIO COLLECTION: This series is available on six volumes of audio cassette, in addition to a specially designed boxed set. at good retail outlets or www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
Jubilee celebrations. Rptd tomorrow 2pm
Francine Stock marks the centenary of composer Richard Rodgers , who wrote more than 900 songs and some of the most famous musicals, including The Sound of Music and Carousel. Producer John Goudie
Tara Fitzgerald stars in a dramatisation of the memoirs of Dolly Eltenton , an English, middle-class, left-wing thinker who spent five years in Leningrad with her husband and young children, and witnessed the results of revolution first-hand. Part 1.
Accordion and balalaika Bibs Ekkel Musical director David Pickvance Director Pam Fraser Solomon Repeat of 10.45am
Shortened repeat of Sunday 8.07am
As the National Autistic Society celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, a review of current knowledge and understanding of autistic spectrum disorders.
Producer Marya Burgess Phone the BBC Action Line: [number removed]
Big Snakes. Do boa constrictors and pythons make suitable pets? As the Government considers whetherto include large constrictor snakes in the Dangerous Wild Animals Act. Mark Carwardine looks at both sides of the debate.
Producer Joanne Stevens Shortened repeat tomorrow 11am
Shortened repeat of 9am
With Claire Bolderson.
John McGahern reads his own ten-part adaptation of his latest novel: the story of a lake in the west of Ireland and of the people who live around it. 1: The Ruttledges receive a visit from Jamesie, who has news - his brother Johnny is coming home from England. Producer Kate Triggs
Repeat of Saturday 9am
Part 1. Repeated from 9.45am