With Bishop James Mehaffey.
With Alistair Cooke.
Repeated from Fnday
6.08 Sports Desk
From the Shetland Islands to the Channel Islands, from Ireland to East Anglia, Richard Uridge explores rural life across the British Isles.
Producer Gabi Fisher
With Miriam O'Reilly. Producer Sarah Swadling
With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With DrJeevan Singh Deol.
David Stafford takes a wry look at family life.
Producer Harry Parker PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com
The adventures, frustrations and joys of travel are explored by presenter Sandi Toksvig. Producer Jane O'Rourke
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Concluding the series examining the continued significance of the Beatles over the past 40 years, Phill Jupitus visits the world's largest collection of Beatles cover versions, revels in the fervour of the annual Liverpool Beatlefest and listens to the memories of lifelong fans. Plus a look at the band's impact in the 1960s on individuals, on the counterculture of the time and on social behaviour.
With input from Yoko Ono, collector Jim Phelan, artist Klaus Beyer and other writers, musicians and insiders.
Peter Riddell of the The Times looks back at the political highlights of the week.
Kate Adie presents insights and analysis from BBC correspondents around the world. Producer Tony Grant
Paul Lewis presents impartial advice and the latest news from the world of personal finance. Producer Jennifer Clarke Repeated on Sunday at 9pm
Satirical show starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. With Mitch Benn , Marcus Brigstocke. Laura Shavin and Jon Holmes.
Repeated from Friday
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Charnwood, Leicestershire, put topical questions to a panel that includes the secretary of state for constitutional affairs Lord Falconer and the Man Booker Prize judge Professor Lisa Jardine. Repeated from Friday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners' calls and emails in response to last night's Any Questions. PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com Producer Anne Peacock
Margaret Wilkinson 's drama is set in New York in 1953 against the backdrop of the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Gloria is convinced that her janitor husband Dwight is a covert communist. If she remains devoted to him she could end up like Ethel Rosenburg. Could salesman Chet provide her with an escape?
Director Nadia Molinari
The poet Dylan Thomas and cricket commentator
John Arlott shared a friendship initiated by a mutual love of language and cemented by a passion for cricket. John Arlott 's biographer David Rayvern Allen charts their relationship through the unpublished letters Thomas sent to Arlott and the wealth of their combined work in the BBC archives. Producer Tom Alban
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney. series editor jui Burridge
Producer Vibeke Venema EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
News and sports headlines, presented by Nigel Wrench. Editor Peter Rippon
As Armistice Day approaches, a new, restored print of the anti-First World War classic All Quiet on the Western Front is released. What does the film mean to correspondents reporting from the recent Gulf War? And Chris Tookey wonders what it is exactly thatCinematOgraphersdo. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Ned Sherrin presents another mix of music, comedy and conversation. Producer Kevin Dawson
Kate Mosse and herguests review the cultural highlights of the week, including a new film directed by Jane Campion - In the Cut, starring Meg Ryan - and Neil LaBute 's latest play, The Mercy Seat. Producer Fiona McLean
The first of three programmes in which
Michael Rosen looks at exams, explores alternative ways of monitoring achievement and hears from pupils, past and present, who think he should keep his nose out of it because exams are wonderful and easy-peasy 1: Sats, GCSEsandthell-Plus. Alan Titchmarsh explains why failing his 11-plus was one of the best things that ever happened to him. Repeated from Sunday
Russell Davies presents another selection of the treasures unearthed as a result of an appeal for lost recordings. Extracts from programmes not heard since the original broadcast include a Hancock's Half Hour, Hi Gang! with Gregory Peck , and broadcasts from the D-Day landings. Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
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By Leo Tolstoy, dramatised by Michael Butt. Tolstoy's last work of fiction, set in Chechnya in the 1850s.
Chechen warrior Hadji Murat's anger grows as the Russians argue about what to do with him. Other parts played by Declan Wilson , Stephen Critchlow and Chris Moran
Director Marc Beeby Repeated from Sunday
Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Michael Gove , Steven Rose , Melanie Philips and Ian Hargreaves cross-examine witnesses with conflicting views on the moral complexities behind one of the week's headlines. Repeated from Wednesday
Peter Snow hosts the nationwide general knowledge quiz. Today's teams are from London and Reading. Repeated from Monday
Roger McGough introduces a miscellany of favourite Children's poems. Repeated from Sunday
A series of five new commissions from writers living around Europe. 2: Honeysuckle by Chris Stewart.
On a flower-scented Spanish evening, Pepe tells the story of his grandfather's life to a friend from England. Read by Andrew Sachs. Producer Lisa Osborne