With Clair Jaquiss.
With Anna Hill.
With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
7.48 Thought for the Day With John Bell.
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Regional Variations (2)
5/5. Winston Churchill and King George VI want to be present at the Normandy landings; their writings reveal their desire to be part of the action and the depth of their disappointment when their requests were turned down. Churchill is read by Robert Hardy; George VI by Andrew Hilton and Admiral Ramsay by Cornelius Garret. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Martha Kearney.
10.45 D-Day minus 2: Drop Zone The Woman's Hour drama by Hilary Fannin , from a story by Mike Walker. Series editor Jill Burridge For details see drama repeat at 7.45pm
England v New Zealand
Coverage of the second day's play in the Second Test at Headingley. At 1.30pm News and Talking Point, and at
3.40 Cricket Scene.
Producer Peter Baxter * Approximate time
New series 1/6. Paradise Gardens. Sir Roy Strong explores the idea that gardens can be a small corner of Paradise on Earth, and looks at the real and fabled gardens Of antiquity. Producers Gabi Fisher and Sara Conkey
4/6. If Isaac Newton had been a middle-aged woman he would have discovered gravity much sooner. But would he have joined a gym? Fat is a feminist issue and everybody else's when Pamela takes action. Starring Mervyn Stutter , John Challis , Lill Roughley , Tracy-Ann Oberman , Chris Ettridge , Gyuri Sarossi and Geoffrey McGivern. Written by Mervyn Stutter , Producer Simon Nichoiis
Presented by Diana Madill and Peter White. Series editor Andrew Smith PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com
Presented by Nick Clarke. Editor Richard ciark
Roger Bolton with listeners' opinions and comments on BBC radio programmes and policy. Producer Sue Bonner Repeated on Sunday at 8pm ADDRESS: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 1QT Phone: [number removed] Fax: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
In his lonely room on the 16th floor, a man thinks he s finally on the brink of realising his long-held ambition - to be appointed chair of comedy at a major Irish university. But is he reallyjust on the brink of going mad? Either way, the vice-chancellor isn't returning his calls. A one-man play (with lots of inner voices) performed and Written by Ian MacpherSOn. Director David Jackson Young
Your chance to put your points about the European Elections directly to a leading politician. Presented by NickCiarke. PHONE: [number removed] Lines open from 1.15pm Poducer Martin Rosenbaum
4/4. New stories from this year's Hay Festival programme for children. Not Such a Bad Thing. Written and read by Catherine Fisher. Jack has won first prize in a short-story competition, but he has a good reason fordreadingthe award ceremony. For details see Tuesday
5/5. UFO spotters and treasure hunters are just some of the more unusual researchers Linda Pressly finds in the reading rooms at Kew. For details see Monday
Should citizens have a legal obligation to intervene to try and prevent crimes they witness? Many European countries already have so-called Good Samaritan laws. Would similar legislation work in England and Wales? Introduced by Clive Coleman. Producer Jim Frank
Jenni Murray and guests discuss how current media trends affect Our lives. Producer CecileWright
With Eddie Mair. Editor Peter Rippon
8/8. Simon Hoggart presents the comedy panel game, with Alan Coren , Linda Smith , Jeremy Hardy and Armando lannucci , from King's Theatre, Southsea. Producer Simon Nichoiis Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm BBC RADIO COLLECTION: A selection of episodes, including a celebration of the first 25 years of The News Quiz, is available on audio cassette and CD from retail outlets orfrom www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
Kathy gets confrontational.
Written by Caroline Harrington Director Julie Beckett Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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John Wilson presents the arts magazine. ProducerErinRiiey
Written by Hilary Fannin , from a story by Mike Walker. On 4 June 1944 in France, Father Pierre receives an urgent message to call on Mme des Rochers at her chateau. Life under German occupation has changed the lives of the locals in unexpected wavs.
Forfurther details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
As the world remembers D-Day, Jonathan Dimbleby chairs an international edition of the programme from Caen, Normandy. The panel includes historian Andrew Roberts , Dominique Moisi of the Institut Francais des Relations Internationales and the American lawyer and former chair of Republicans Abroad, Colleen Graffy. Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.15pm
(Repeated tomorrow at 5.45am and on Sunday at 8.45am)
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Charlie Wilson is desperate. At the age of 44 he yearns for a complete change of lifestyle. And then - when he is mistakenly identified as the victim of a tragic traffic accident - he finds he can have it. By Ken Blakeson.
Other parts played by members of the cast
National and international news and analysis, presented by Robin Lustig. Editor David Stevenson
10/10. An End and a Beginning. Ruth and Edwin quarrel over Teresa's future, and their own. Read by Claudie Blakley. For details see Monday
10/10. President of the Royal Society Lord May champions Joseph Banks, the naturalist and botanist who sailed with Captain Cook. Historian Patricia Fara explains what Banks contributed to science and Humphrey Carpenter referees. Producer John Byrne
Simon Cox reports from America's Annual Spelling Bee, where children tutored by determined parents spell out difficult words to win$12,000 and be crowned America's best speller live on television. Producer Richard Vadon
5/5. Introduced by Peter Caddick-Adams .
Repeated from 9.45am