With the Rev Jenny Wigley.
With Anna Hill.
With Edward Stourton and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25,7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Gavin Oldham.
8.32 Yesterday In Parliament
8/8. Fergal Keane talks to people who have taken risks and made personal sacrifices for what they believe in. Producer Jane Beresford Repeated at 9.30pm
1/5. Long ignored by psychologists, the emotions are now being re-examined by scientists.
Claudia Hammond examines the emotion with the "yuck" factor.
Adam Hart-Davis on disgust: page 34
With Jenni Murray.
10.45 The L-Shaped Room
7/10. The Woman's Hour drama. For details see drama repeat at 7.45pm
Russia face each other across the narrow waters of the Bering Strait. For centuries people crossed from one continent to the other, until the Cold War.
Richard Creasey looks at the history of relationships across the boundary - from the 19th century, when
Russia expanded eastward into Alaska, until 1948, when the Ice Curtain closed. Producer Mark Rickards
Hole in the Ground, Windmill in Old Amsterdam and Right, Said Fred are just some of the comic songs written by Myles Rudge and Ted Dicks. In the flat where they used to work together, the pair, along with Bernard Cribbins, whose versions of their songs twice made it into the pop charts, share their memories of the great era of the British comic song. With presenter Phillip Glassborrow and Beatles producer George Martin.
2/2. TimePoverty. The dangers that time and tiredness can pose to road users. Concluded from yesterday. With John Waite and Peter White. Including at 12.30 Call You and Yours. PHONE: [number removed] Lines open from 10am
With Nick Clarke.
A hundred years ago this week, one of the greatest names in modern music was born. Glenn Miller 's distinctive sound went on to define the era of big-band swing. Simon Townley talks to musicians past and present to find out why audiences everywhere are still getting in the Miller mood. Producer Tom Alban
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
3/5. Detective series starring Annette Badland and Margaret Tyzack, written by Sue Rodwell.
As Joan and her friends protest at the proposed demolition of a local mill, a valuable painting is stolen from the church. Is it the work of professionals or does someone else have a more personal interest?
Listeners' environmental concerns. Presented by Richard Daniel.
ADDRESS: Home Planet, PO BOX 3096, Brighton BN1 1PL email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: [number removed] Producer Nick Patrick
2/5. A Life in Film by Shirley Day, performed by John Telfer. Kevin has been very successful with women over the last few years, ever since he started work in the print-developing shop and found a way of inventing a past for himself. For details see yesterday
2/5. Edward de la Billiere gets back on a sled with a team of 18 huskies. For details see yesterday
2/6. IsittimefortheGovernmenttogettoughon the issue of equal pay? Also, why companies are increasingly becoming socially responsible.
Presented by Philippa Lamb. Producer Rozina Breen
Libby Purves presents the intelligent guide to the world of learning.
Producer Pauline Moffatt Repeated on Sunday at llpm
With Eddie Mair.
3/9. Matt Lucas and David Walliams continue their skewed look at life in Britain. This week masseur Latymer Crown meets a new client, and disgraced children's entertainer Des Kaye does a kids' party. With Jean Ainslie , Tom Baker , Samantha Power and Paul Putner. Music by David Arnold Producer Ashley Blaker BBC RADIO COLLECTION: This comedy hit is available on CD from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
Tony offers Ed his expertise.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
Mark Lawson talks to the writer Julian Barnes. Producer Sarah Delargy
7/10. By Lynne Reid Banks. Jane and Toby are cautiously reconciled and plan to spend Christmas together, but Jane has an unexpected visitor. For details and cast see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
Tony Blair pledged he would root out corruption in Britain's town halls. But six years after launching the crackdown, is the Government any closer to cleaning up the country's dirty boroughs? Angus Stickler uncovers evidence of auditors being blocked, whistleblowers hounded out of their jobs and senior council officials prepared to break the law to cover up acts of impropriety.
(Repeated on Sunday at 5pm)
Peter White with news of interest to blind and partially sighted people. Producer Cheryl Gabriel
A special programme from Broadmoor, the high-security mental hospital that houses many of Britain's most violent offenders. A recent inspection found the wards "totally unfit for purpose". DrRaj Persaud talks to staff and to an inmate about medical and therapeutic treatments and facilities, and to a former patient about the care he received. Producer Angharad Law Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
Repeated from 9am
News and analysis, presented by Robin Lustig.
2/5. By Jules Verne. Read by Robert Gwilym.
Dr Ox and his assistant decide to reform the world. For details see yesterday
George and Beverly, parents of a typical middle-class family, have feigned their deaths to see how their children will react. But will the plan actually work? Comedy written by Gerard Foster.
Producer Jane Berthoud
Presented by Susan Hulme.
2/5. Repeated from 9.45am
3.00 Something to Think About (ages 5-7) 3.15 Let's Move
(ages 5-6) 3.35 Time to Move (ages 6-8) 4.05 Let's Sing (ages 5-7) 4.2SJust Prose Yr 5: Stories by significant children's authors (ages 7-11) 4.40 Talking Points (ages 10-12)