With the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths.
Presented by Anna Hill.
With James Naughtie and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25 ,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Rhidian Brook.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Diverse and lively conversation with Libby Purves and ner guests. Producer Chris Paling Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Regional Variations (2)
John Forrest marks One World Week. Una Fiesta de Amor (Hispanic). Matthew 22, vv34-40. When I Needed a Neighbour (England). Woke Up This Morning (America). Director of music Bill Tamblyn.
Regional Variations (2)
Nigel Slater maps the right food for the right place and time with his Kitchen Diaries; should women be better informed about pre-natal screening? Plus, singer Sharleen Spiteri.
By Dermot Bolger.
3/5. The Woman's Hour drama.
For details see drama repeat 7.45pm
Regional Variations (2)
Claudia Hammond looks at Hans Eysenck's studies which identified the differences between introvert and extrovert personalities. Show more
5/6. In which Oonagh discovers the focus group, and Nigel is, at last, pushed to the brink. Written by Caroline and David Stafford.
Producer/Director Marc Beeby
Presented by Sheila McCiennon and Winifred Robinson.
National and international news, with Nick Clarke.
4/6. Royal biographer Penny Junor and screenwriter Julian Fellowes join regular team captains Lucy Moore and Anthony Holden to run the gauntlet of gossip. Gyles Brandreth presides. producer victoria Lloyd
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Brian Ackroyd 's life is on the skids. His partner has run off with his wife, he's bankrupt, and he's homeless. He chucks a mattress in the back of his clapped-out van and takes to the road, desperate to tell the story of his life to anyone who'll listen. The poetic story of an angry man tamed by an unexpected meeting with a young journalist, written by the novelist and poet Glyn Hughes.
Producer/Director Peter Leslie Wild
Bob Flowerdew , Anne Swithinbank and Carol Klein answer questions put to them by members of the Budleigh Salterton Garden Club, East Devon. Including at
3/5. The Ebony Hand. Read by Penelope Wilton. The best-laid plans are not to be relied on and comfort can be found in the strangest places as an aunt strives to do the best by her niece. For details see Monday
23/90. Barbados and Civil War in England. Even in the 17th century, the Atlantic wasn't enough to insulate the colonies from political upheaval in Britain itself. Narrated by Juliet Stevenson. Readings by Mark Heap and Martin Freeman. For details see Monday
The vibrant world of postwar London was a place for gay liberation. Laurie Taylor explores this intimate and complex world and asks how the city influenced the culture and politics of gay life and how, in turn, gay life shaped the culture and politics of the city. Producer Natasha Maw
8/8. Vitamins are essential for health - but how large a dosage is good for the body? The Food Standards Agency has recently advised people at risk of osteoporosis to refrain from eating liver more than once a week because the levels of vitamin A could otherwise be dangerous. Dr Mark Porter investigates. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
New series 1/6. Reading is this week's problem with Adam Bloom. More specifically, the problem Adam has reading aloud. He had such negative experiences at school, he managed to avoid reading a book for much of his adult life. But he does find one novel that inspires him to start reading again. Written by and starring Adam Bloom. With Rob Rouse , Hattie Hayridge and Stefano Paolini. producer Adam Bromley
Emma decides to prove who's the daddy. For cast see page 41 Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
Mark Lawson chairs the arts show and meets the singer George Melly , now aged 79 and about to publish Slowing Down, an account Of growing old. Producer Philippa Ritchie
3/5. The Waiting Wall. Siobhan is determined to escape her small-town life, but is she willing to sacrifice her relationship with local farmer Sean, and if so, at what expense? By Dermot Bolder.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
4/11. Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which Melanie Phillips , Steven Rose , Claire Fox , and Clifford Longley cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news.
Producer David Coomes Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
3/3. Brian Walden looks at the final week of the 1970 general election campaign when Ted Heath surprised eveyone by beating his rival Harold Wilson.
Producer Jane Ashley Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
Sand dunes are some of the most sensitive landforms on the planet. Hermione Cockburn looks at the potential impact of environmental change on delicate dune landscapes. Producer Monise Durrani
Shortened repeat from 9am
News and analysis, presented by Robin Lustig.
3/10. Strange goings-on in Pontisbright leave Campion and his friends determined to unravel the mystery. For details see Monday
4/4. Politics. Miles Jupp's gloriously offensive posh-boy persona turns his attention to politics with the aid of Frankie Boyle and Simon Greenall.
4/6. Deadline: News. This week, the exciting world of the BBC foreign correspondent as John Thomas reads from his autobiography: Deadline: News. Another chapter from six indifferent books by six imaginary authors in this literary spoof series by Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell. Starring Michael Fenton Stevens , Rebecca Front ,
Mel Hudson , Alex Lowe and Dan Tetsell. Producer Lucy Armitage
The day's debates, highlighting Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Robert Orchard .
3/5. John Peel 's memoirs. Repeated from 9.45am
With Billie (4/5)
For details see Monday