With Professor Gordon Graham.
With Mark Holdstock.
With Sarah Montague and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With Clifford Longley.
Andrew Marr and guests set the cultural agenda for the week.
Producer Alice Feinstein Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Regional Variations (2)
A week of excerpts from Patrick Leigh Fermor 's best writings, abridged by Andrew Cummins and read by Tim Mclnnerny. In 1933, aged 18, Paddy determined to walk across Europe from the Hook of Holland to Constantinople. This journey marked the start of a lifetime of travelling and scribbling.
1: Bicycle Polo. Budapest, 1934, spring. Invited to stay with Count and Countess Wenkheim at their house on the Great Hungarian Plain, Paddy is initiated into the game of bike polo by a motley collection of Hungarian aristocrats and footmen. Producer Lu Kemp Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Jenni Murray.
Part 1 of this week's Woman's Hour drama. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Liz Carneytells the story of a remarkable collaboration between a west Yorkshire farmer and a group of Asian allotment holders. They lived in the same town but their lives were worlds apart - until they found a mutual interest in growing coriander. Producer Sally Chesworth
An unreliable history in six parts, created by Barry Grossman and written by Jim Eldridge. 3: With Henry suffering from a surfeit of mothers-in-law, perhaps his luck will change with Jane Seymour.
Music by Jim Parker Producer John Fawcett Wilson
With Winifred Robinson and John Waite.
With Nick Clarke.
Peter Snow hosts the latest contest in the quest for the champion amateur quiz team of the year. This week Liverpool play Reading.
Producer Paul Bajoria Repeated on Saturday at llpm
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
New series A four-part series of David Ashton 's acclaimed detective stories set in Victorian Edinburgh. 1: Behind the Curtain. A death threat written in blood is found pinned to the wall of the leading lady's dressing room at the Parade Theatre.
Director Patrick Rayner
Paul Lewis and guests answer listeners' personal finance questions.
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Producer Jennifer Clarke
The fi rst of five stories this week that might raise an eyebrow or two, abridged by Duncan Minshull. 1: In theAvu Observatory, by HG Wells. Read by Dermot Crowley. When you're star-gazing, you don't hear the noise outside ... Producer Duncan Minshull
Simon Fanshawe and his guests are in the Ritz Club Casino to enjoy James Bond 's favourite meal. Producer David Stenhouse
Regional Variations (2)
Sheila Dillon announces the winners in the 2003 BBC Food and Farming Awards from a ceremony at the BBC Good Food Show. Guests include Jamie Oliver, John Craven and Ken Hom.
Gavin Esler confronts our view of the world, examining what unites and divides peoples and cultures across the globe. Producer Amber Dawson
With Eddie Mair.
The antidote to panel games pays a visit to the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne. Jeremy Hardy joins Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden , Tim Brooke-Taylor and Humphrey Lyttelton. Colin Sell is at the piano. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Eight series of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, along with various collections and anniversary editions, are available on CD and audio cassette from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
Nigel raises the stakes.
Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
Mark Lawson presents the arts magazine, featuring interviews, news and reviews. Producer Sally Spurring
By Damian Lanigan. Five plays exploring different father/child relationships. 1: Spooky Little Eyes Control freak Colin Nuttall becomes increasingly fraught as the birth of his first child approaches.
Director/Producer Jim Poyser Repeated from 10.45am
William Dalrymple investigates the roots of spirituality in Britain. 2: God and the Air-Pump
Dalrymple gets to grips with a 17th- century piece of experimental machinery and assesses the impact of the New Science on the belief in fairies, the philosopher's stone and a miracle-working God. Producer Rosemary Dawson
Geoff Adams-Spink examines the price America is paying for its love affair with the law courts. Their litigation habit is now so widespread that in some states, health provision is being threatened.
Doctors working in high-risk areas are struggling to pay the insurance premiums and some are ceasing practising altogether. RepeatofThursday
New series 1: Soil Safari. In the first of three programmes that travel progressively deeper underground to meet the bizarre creatures that live and survive in a world devoid of light, biologist
Mike Dilger embarks on a most unusual soil safari. Using sophisticated audio techniques, Dilger tracks an earthworm, narrowly avoiding hungry moles and predatory fungi as he uncovers a world of recycling and decomposition crucial to supporting life above ground. Producer Sarah Blunt
Shortened repeat of 9am
With Claire Bolderson.
Bram Stoker 's legend of the Transylvanian count, abridged in ten parts by Daragh Carville.
6: In London, Jonathan is terrorised by the sight of a familiar face in the crowd. rroaucerbemma McMullan
Shortened repeat of Saturday at 9am
The fourth day's debate on the Queen's Speech. With Sean Curran.
Parti. Repeated from 9.45am
3.00 Numbertime: Mental Maths Year 1: Age 5-6 3.15 Reading Tree Stories: Age 5-6 3.30 Alphabet Time: Age 4-6 3.40
Alphabet Time First Phonics: Age 4-6 3.50 Playtime: Age 3-5
4.10 Hopscotch: Age 5-7 4.25 Scottish Resources: Age 7-9
4.40 Scottish Resources: Age 10-12
Sri Lanka v England
The First Test at Galle. England begin their second series of the winter. With commentary by Jonathan Agnew , John Murray , JonnySaunders and Roshan Abbeysinghe. including News at 6.30am.
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