With David Wilkinson.
With Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
6.08 Sports Desk
Helen Mark explores rural life.
Producer Benjamin Chesterton at 1.30pm
Presented by Anna Hill. Producer Jonathan Aspinwall
With John Humphrys and Stephen Sackur.
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Rob Marshall.
Jenny Eclair looks at the foibles of family life. Producer Harry Parker Repeated on Monday at llpm
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Sandi Toksvig and guests take a look at some more unusual destinations, ways and reasons to travel. ProducerSimon Clancy
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Miles Kington continues his journey around Spain, uncovering the hidden stories of the Franco years and the life and legacy of the Generalisimo himself. In the final programme, Kington looks back at the Spain of the 1960s and 70s. Producer Julia Adamson
Sheena McDonald presents the political discussion programme. Producer Paul Vickers
The stories behind the world's headlines, with Kate Adie. Producer TonyGrant
With-Profits Woes. "With-profits" investments are the driving force behind our pensions, endowment mortgages and savings plans, but how many of us actually understand how they work and if we did, would we still want them? Listener Alison Clarke joins Lesley Curwen to investigate. Producer Jessica Dunbar at 3.00pm
Clive Anderson hosts the panel show that takes a wry look at past events. With guests Gyles Brandreth and Steve Punt. Repeated from Friday
The fourth of six debates, chaired by Nick Clarke in front of an invited audience. 4: "It doesn't matter if children ignore books by dead writers." From the University of Surrey at Roehampton, London. Listeners can also vote by phone and email their comments. To vote YES dial [number removed] To vote NO dial [number removed] (Lines open until 2.20pm. Maximum call cost lOp.) Repeated from Friday
Nick Clarke takes listeners' calls and emails in response to the issue raised in Straw Poll. PHONE: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Nick Utechin
By Mahesh Dattani. When Bangalore private detective Uma Rao attends a performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream she finds herself caught up in another story of mystery and murder- with a very particular Indian flavour. Producer/director Marc Beeby
Every year hundreds of people take to the Scottish hills in an attempt to reach the summits of the mountains higher than 3,000 feet, known as Munros. Mark Stephen meets some of the early Munroists and hears about the challenges they faced more than 50 years ago. Producer Caroline Barbour
The best of the week on Woman's 's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney. Series editor Jill Burridge Producer Vibeke Venema EMAIL: email@example.com
News and sports headlines presented by Dan Damon. Editor Peter Rippon
Jim White talks to French film director Francois Ozon about murder, heat and mystery in his new film Swimming Pool, starring Charlotte Rampling. Plus a look at the con artist on film.
Ned Sherrin presents another mix of music, comedy and conversation. ProducerTorquil Macleod
In a special edition from the Edinburgh Festival, Tom Morris is joined by Piers Plowright , Denise Mina and Susannah Clapp to discuss the cultural highlights of the week, including Ewan MacGregor 's new film,
YoungAdam, Peter Stein 's production of The Seagull, and Waxwings, Jonathan Raban 's new book. Producer ZahidWarley
Breakup. Continuing his exploration of masculinity, Malachi O'Doherty recalls how at 40, and grieving for a lost relationship, he found himself asking if he wasamanatall. RepeatedfromSunday
BBC Radio's In Town Tonight ran for 27 years, notched up over 1,000 editions, and at its height had an audience of 20 million. With the help of radio experts Paul Donovan and Sean Street , entertainer Bruce Forsyth and members of the public,
David Hatch explores the role that it played in loosening up the solemn image of the BBC, and considers its legacy to both radio and television. Producer Beaty Rubens
By Kazuo Ishiguro , dramatised in two parts by James Friel. 1: Darlington Hall. Lord Darlington's butler, Stevens, resolves to make ajourneytofind and renew his friendship with his former housekeeper, Miss Kenton. During the journey he recalls the momentous events that unfolded at Darlington Hall in the years between the two world wars.
Producer/director Marilyn Imrie Repeated from Sunday
Are our best-known institutions doing a good job or is there a case for sweeping reform? Tonight, the Treasury. Edward Stourton chairs a debate between Labour MP Diane Abbott and economist Bridget Rosewell at the Mansion House in London. Repeated from Wednesday
The first round of the quiz continues with more contestants from the North West of England. Robert Robinson is in the Chair. Repeated from Monday
The second in the series on poetry and place comes from Hull, home to Philip Larkin from 1955 to 1985. Here, Jackie Kay talks to Jean Hartley , who published Larkin's first successful collection of poetry. Repeated from Sunday
by Jane Stevenson
A re-run series of five stories, each featuring a queen.
A stressed couple in a fabric shop argue over a roll of purple velvet.
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