From Canterbury Cathedral.
Inspirational graduation speechs by Martin Luther King and Carryl Phillips. Producer Vibekevenema
His Ancient Tenderness. Mark Tully explores the meaning of tenderness as an aspect of God. Producer Beverley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
With Anna Hill. Producer Steve Peacock
Roger Bolton with religious and ethical perspectives on the stories of the week.
Series producer Amanda Hancox EMAIL: email@example.com
Lord Weatherill, former Speaker of the House of Commons, presents an appeal on behalf of the Graham Layton Trust [address removed], Credit-card donations: [number removed]
Producer Sally Flatman Repeated 9.26pm and Thursday 3.28pm
All the People Rejoiced. A celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation from
St George's Church, London. With Andrew Green and the Very Rev Dr Wesley Carr. Dean of Westminster. Director of music Simon Williams. Producer Stephen Shipley EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org The day that changed our lives: page 32
With Alistair Cooke. Rptd from Fri
Eddie Mair presents a fresh approach to the news. Editor Richard Clark
Regional Variations (2)
The famous "antidote to panel games begins a new series from the Civic Theatre. Darlington, where Tony Hawks joins Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor , with Humphrey Lyttelton in the chair. Repeated from Monday
Milk. is the low price of a pint of milk costing us our dairy industry? Sheila Dillon investigates the future of the British dairyfarm.
Producer Rebecca Moore Extended repeat tomorrow at 4pm
With Mark Mardell.
Another chance to hear two programmes charting a year in the life of that ubiquitous urban feature, the park. This portrait was built up over the course of a year from the funny, exotic and erotic stories to be found among the trees and flowers. 1: Summer Jazz and Conkers. As summer turns to autumn, Keith carves Lin's name on a tree and a tragic love story begins. Producers Simon Elmes and Sara Parker
Bob Rowerdew , Pippa Greenwood and Bunny Guinness answer questions sent in by post. Chaired by Eric RobSOn. Producer Trevor Taylor 3pm
In the first of five programmes Lucinda Lambton finds some magical sights in unlikely places.
1: The Kedermister Library. Concealed inside the walls of a church in Slough is a gorgeously decorated Jacobean library. Producer Peter Everett
C.P. Snow's epic novel sequence about the English establishment continues with further books from the series, dramatised by Jonathan Holloway. Starring David Haig.
Lewis gets involved in the race for the atom bomb.
(Repeated on Saturday at 9pm)
Regional Variations (2)
Sally Beauman, author of the story of the first Mrs De Winter in Rebecca's Tale, joins James Naughtie and a group of readers at the Daphne Du Maurier literary festival in Cornwall to discuss Rebecca Show more
On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the coronation, Julian Glover , Isla Blair and Stefan Bednarczyk perform poems from Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon 's anthology Kings and Queens- an irreverent but accurate history of English monarchs. Anne Harvey reveals how it shaped the lives of eminent historians and still influences young minds today.
Producer Julian May Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm The day that changed our lives: page 32
The Government has invested hundreds of millions of pounds in the reform of cancer services. So why are doctors still saying there's been no improvement in treatment? Julian O'Halloran reports. Repeated from Tuesday
The first of three postcards in which anthropologist Nigel Barley explores the idea of the exotic, beginning with the coconut and how it has become a repository of some of our most cherished and romantic ideas about the world.
Producer Daniel Tetlow Repeated on Saturday at 7.45
Quentin Cooper presents a selection of excerpts from BBC radio over the past seven days.
Producer Kate Murphy PHONE: [number removed] (24 hours) FAX: [number removed] EMAIL: email@example.com
An unusual customer in the Bull. Repeated tomorrow 2pm Soap & Flannel with Alison Graham : page 38
Barney Harwood sends two Go 4 It reporters off to Wales to check out the Hay Book Festival. Plus the fifth episode of Neil Arskey 's Brooksie, read by Ralph Little. Producer Jane Chambers EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
3: William and the Begging Letter. A chance visitorto the Brown household cracks open one of the mysteries of the financial world, with a startling impact on the love life of William's older brother.
Richmal Crompton 's story is told by Martin Jarvis. Producer Rosalind Ayres Director Pete Atkin
Roger Bolton with listeners' views and opinions on BBC radio programmes and policy. Repeated from Friday Letters: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London. W1A 1QT. Fax: [number removed]. Telephone: [number removed]. Email: email@example.com
Another chance to hear two programmes in which John Sergeant rummages through the archives of political comedy. 1: And I Look Up to Him. The 1960s saw an explosion of political comedy, yet in the 1970s it almost disappeared - why? John Sergeant explores how political comedy is unique to the social and political conditions of its time and talks to
Ian Hislop about what effect satire has - or hasn't- had. Producer Graham Frost
Repeat of yesterday 12.04pm
Repeat of 7.55am
Conference Call. Peter Day reports from last week's conference on the mood of the multinationals at a time Of great uncertainty. Repeated from Thursday
A look at the politics of the next seven days with Andrew Rawnsley. Including at 10.45 Strictly
Speaking. Christopher Silvester investigates the secret world of political speech writing and reveals the real stories behind key speeches of recent times. Editor John Evans Strictly Speaking repeated Wednesday 8.45pm
The wide world of learning, with Libby Purves. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from 6.05am
The conclusion of singer-songwriter Mal Pope 's history of modern gospel music. Producer Paul Evans