With the Rev Peter Baker.
With Miriam O'Reilly.
With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Angela Tilby.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
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From Edinburgh, with Gordon Graham , Regius professor of moral philosophy at Aberdeen University.
Presented by Martha Kearney.
10.45 The First Witch By Edel Brosnan. 5/5. The Woman's Hour drama.
Series editor Jill Burridge For details see drama repeat at 7.4bpm
2/3. Victor Hugo : TurningTables beside the Seaside Lovers of Les Misérables may be surprised to learn that Hugo wrote his great tome while in exile for 18 years in the Channel Islands. Here he dabbled in the occult, communicating with the spirits through revolving tables, and developed a preoccupation with nude bathing. Muriel Zagha discovers Hugo s legacy On the Islands. Producer Sara Jane Hall
4/4. In the final episode of the Roman detective adventure, Falco discovers who murdered Sosia, unmasks the identity of the plotters against the Emperor and finds that true love can cross the boundaries of the Roman class structure. Written by Lindsev Davis and dramatised by Mary Cutler
Producer/Director Peter Leslie Wild
Presented by Liz Barclay and Winifred Robinson. Series editor Andrew Smith
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Listeners' views on BBC radio. With Roger Bolton. ADDRESS: Feedback, PO Box 2100. London W1A 1QT Fax: [number removed] Phone: [number removed] email: feedback@>bbc.co.uk Producer Penny Vine Rptd on Sun at 8pm
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
The story of Karen Blixen 's years in Africa is told through a dramatisation, by Sheila Hannon , of her vivid and revealing letters home to Denmark. Blixen wrote of her deep love of Africa, the disintegration of her marriage and her passionate love affairwith
Denys Finch Hatton. There are also descriptions of her farm and of Africa; insights into the expat community; compassion, grief and much humour.
Director Sara Davies
6/6. Fife. Playwrights David Greig and Alan Wilkins lead Clare Balding up the steep slopes of East
I Lomond Hill in Fife. Producer Karen Gregor
5/5. My Name Is Red. Written by Turkish writer
Orhan Pamuk , read by Nadim Sawalha. An extract from Pamuk's novel, set in Istanbul in the 1590s. Black returnsto his native cityto help prepare a secret book for the Sultan - and see the face of his beloved Shekure. For details see Monday
5/5. Sue Nelson talks to another scientist whose hobby has been influential in their work. For details see Monday
As Marcel Berlins bids farewell to the programme he has presented for more than 15 years, he considers how the law and its practice have changed and what the future holds for justice. Producer Simon Coates
Jenni Murray and guests discuss how current media trends affect our lives. Producer Cecile Wright
With Eddie Mair . Editor Peter Rippon
4/6. The sharp edge of satire from Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis , with Mitch Benn , AndyZaltzman, Jon Holmes and Laura Shavin.
Producer Colin Anderson Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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Things get tough for Eddie.
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Mark Lawson presents the arts magazine and talks to crime writer John Harvey. Producer Thomas Morris
5/5. By Edel Brosnan. The story of Dame Alice Kyteler of Kilkenny, the first woman in Europe to be put on trial forwitchcraft in 1324. Alice is resolute in her quest to seek vengeance on Bishop Ledrede. For details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion at the Queen's School in Chester. Panellists include former Labour minister Glenda Jackson ; former Conservative chancellor Lord Lamont; new Liberal Democrat MP for Brent East, Sarah Teather ; and former chief schools' inspector Christopher Woodhead. Producer Victoria Wakely Repeated tomorrow at 1.15pm
Another chance to hear a vintage broadcast by the veteran commentator AlistairCooke.
Repeated tomorrow at 5.45am and on Sunday at 8.45am
By Richard Cameron. It is nearingthe anniversary of the Miners' Strike and Charmaine (drag queen and ex-miner) is climbing into the Guinness Book of Records by playing the organ for 45 days non-stop. As an associate member of the Women's Action
Group, he's raising moneyto support their efforts to get the community off its knees.
Director Janet Whitaker
With Robin Lustig. Editor David Stevenson
5/10. By Kate Long. History repeating itself. Karen discovers that Charlotte has been hiding- and she isn'tvery happy. For details and cast see Monday
10/10. Obsessive Compulsives. Matthew Parris invites three writers to bare their souls about their compulsions - shopping, cleaning, and travelling 400 miles to watch a failing football team. Producer Miles Warde
With MarkD'Arcy. Series editor Peter Knowles.
of the Week: A Mighty Heart
5/5. By Mariane Pearl. Repeated from 9.45am