Including at 6.20 Pause for Thought with Michael Jagessar.
And at 9.15 Pause for Thought with the Rev Ruth Scott.
3/4. Actor Christopher Eccleston explores the anti-Establishment, bleak and often angry British films of the late 50s and early 60s that took inspiration from John Osborne 's 1956 "kitchen sink" stage hit Look
Back in Anger. In a period of relaxed censorship, the films broke new ground in their depictions of sexual, domestic and social issues.
Contributors include Rita Tushingham , Dora Bryan , Albert Finney and Shirley-Anne Field, Wendy Craig , writer David Storey , cinematographer Walter Lassally , composer Richard Rodney Bennett and social realist director Ken Loach.
Stephen Ball conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra with starry vocalist Victoria Hart and tenor
Will Martin , presented by Aled Jones at London's Mermaid Theatre.
Actor Sean Penn reads an abridged version of Bob Dylan 's autobiography, published in 2004. 6/8. Dylan has a motor-bike accident and his wife gives birth.
And in a radical change of image and direction he shies away from his public persona as the conscience of America, taking up painting and recording an album based on Chekhov short stories.
Abridged by Clive Stanhope
Frank Renton reviews the latest brass album releases.
Arts show hosted by Matthew Wright.
Featuring a live session from Top Cat.
Including at 3.30 Pause for Thought with Akhandadhi Das in Wales.