With the Rev Dr Karen Smith.
Presented by Mark Holdstock.
With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Dr Giles Fraser.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
3/4. Deaf comedian Steve Day talks to the BBC's disability affairs correspondent, Peter White , in a series in which he interviews inspirational figures about their attitudes to their own disabilities. Producer Susan Mitchell Repeated at 9.30pm
3/4. The Saving Reformation. How the power of hymns can politically influence a nation - from Lutheranism to Thatcherism - and even how Wesley helped save this country from revolution through hymns. With James O'Donnell , master of music at Westminster Abbey. Producer Mark O'Brien
Regional Variations (2)
4/5. Buildings and Food. Rio boasts stunning architecture that has survived the onslaught of development. And there's also bar-life par excellence. A celebration of the City by Ruy Castro. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Regional Variations (2)
How women's attitudes to transport shape voting; the people's artist, Frances Lennon; what do disturbing stories do for children's development? Plus, harpist Maire Ni Chathasaigh.
9/9. insight and colour from BBC correspondents around the world, with Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
3/5. Firm but fair "relationship expert" Jenni Trent Hughes reveals a love affair with literature when she entertains an audience with some of her favourite prose and poetry, read by Mina Anwar. David Bamber , Elizabeth Berrington and Jon Glover. Producer Viv Beeby Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
Consumer issues, presented by Liz Barclay and John Waite.
News and analysis, presented by Nick Clarke.
Extended repeat of Saturday at 6.10am
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Lorna has found messages from another woman on Joe's mobile and wants to dump him. Joe has got different plans but modern methods of communication just keep letting them both down. By Peter G Morgan.
Director Alison Hindell
4/6. The essential guide to numbers, measurement and quantification of every kind. Presented by Andrew Dilnot. Producer Michael Blastland
Repeated from Sunday at 7.55am
4/5. Neighbours. A young married couple are invited for drinks by their bohemian neighbours. Read by Lesley Hart. for details see Monday
4/5. Bodybuilding, It started with the idea of the Strong
Man at the fair but nowadays bodybuilding is escalating to a point where people train for hours to get just the right muscle definition - but why? For more details see Monday
Repeated from Sunday
For decades scientists have argued that the molten lava on the newly formed planet Earth dissolved gases from the atmosphere, trapping them deep below the surface. Quentin Cooper talks to geochemist Dr Chris Ballentine , who is finding new evidence that could mean a radical rethink of how our planet was formed. Is the Earth's outer layer made up of debris from extraterrestrial impacts?
Producer Michelle Martin
Presented by Eddie Mair.
6/6. The talk show in which one well-known star chooses another one to interview concludes with last week's interviewee, the influential comic book writer Alan Moore , talking to the composer, musician and producer Brian Eno about leaving Roxy Music , working with Bowie and how an enforced element of risk creates beauty. Producer Tilusha Ghelani
Julia reaches panic stations.
For cast see page 44 Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
Kirsty Lang introduces the arts magazine, including a report from Tate Modern in London on a major exhibition of work by the German artist Joseph Beuys , whose chosen materials include felt, wax and animal fat.
Producer Rebecca Nicholson
4/10. In telling his life story, Tristram still hasn't managed to get beyond being born. From the comic novel by Laurence Sterne.
For details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Until 17-year-old Amir Khan won the silver medal at last year's Olympics, amateur boxing was in decline. Mark Whitaker looks at the impact of Khan's silver-medal win on the sport as clubs around the country report an increase in numbers. Whitaker talks to Khan, his coach Mick Jelley , community leaders and boxing fans. Producer Janet Graves
5/8. Framed. Britain is a global leader in creating and selling modern art. Peter Day examines the current boom as well as the threat to the London art market posed by big changes in the rules about arts sales in Europe. Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
New series 1/9. As well as the week's top science stories, Geoff Watts explores the hidden complexities of the human nose and finds out what this new understanding could mean for nose surgery and drug delivery in the future. Also, news of the biggest solar storm ever recorded. A year ago the storm struck a region of space thought of as a safe zone for Earth-orbiting spacecraft. Events like this could endanger astronauts and satellites and disrupt communications on Earth, so how can we protect ourselves from future storms? Producers Beth Eastwood and Anna Buckley
3/4. Deaf comedian Steve Day talks to the BBC's disability affairs correspondent, Peter White. Repeated from 9am
National and international news and analysis, presented by Claire Bolderson.
Regional Variations (2)
A visit to Aunty Ifeoma introduces Kambili and her brother Jaja to a life without fear - and to the rare purple hibiscus. Show more
By Graham Duff.
5/6. Mark Gatiss stars as Professor Nebulous, the director of KENT (the Key
Environmental Non-judgemental Taskforce) in 2099. With an increasing number of strange coincidences piling up, Prof Nebulous suspects the world may be heading for coinci-clasm.
The day's news from Westminster, presented by David Wilby.
4/5. By Ruy Castro. Repeated from 9.45am
The Rainbow by DH Lawrence (5/10)