Including at 6.15 Pause for Thought with David Thomas.
And at 9.15 Pause for Thought with the Rev Ruth Scott.
1/4. A rare treat for fans of singer, actress and songwriter Petula Clark.
In four shows, compiled from a 20-hour weekend chat with her old friend Desmond Carrington at his home in Scotland, Clark talks candidly about her personal life and her formidable seven-decade-long career. Born in 1932, she had her own radio series by 1943 and a movie career a year later. She was a star of early television and has had notable success in West End and Broadway musicals. But her legacy rests primarily in the musical recordings, of which there are over a thousand, many of them in French, Italian and German. And only a handful of 20th-century pop records are as recognised, loved and singable as her 1964 single Downtown. This first edition recalls Clark's successes as a child star and as a teenage actress.
- Nick Davies conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra with trumpeter Paul Eshelby and pianist James Pearson. Brian Kay presents, live from London.
Corin Redgrave reads an abridged version of George Orwell 's tale of an omnipresent political state.
4/8. Winston and Julia consummate their relationship and a work colleague is vaporised. Abridged by Neville Teller
Frank Renton presents the Aveley and Newham Band, conducted by Nigel Taken.
Arts show with Mariella Frostrup. Go to www.radiotimes.com tor guest details
At 2.30am Pause for Thought with the Rev Simon Henning in Northern Ireland.