Are you clued up?
Gamesmaster Nicholas Parsons joins Mark for some early morning trivia. Diane Udale , who is used to keeping fit as Gladiator Jet, tells you how the whole family can keep trim together, and gardener Richard Jackson updates you on all things green.
8.45 Wiggly Park Catch up with all the antics, as read by Andrew Sachs , of the animals down in the woods.
9.15 Kids for Kids
Radio. Six Children and It from Presteign take over the airwaves.
2: The Prisoners of the Sun To the Editor: Professor
Calculus had been kidnapped for wearing the bracelet of the Inca mummy Rascar Capac.
Captain Haddock, Snowy and myself travelled to
Peru in order to rescue him from the hands of the Incas....
With Richard Pearce ,
Lionel Jeffries ,
Andrew Sachs and Stephen Moore. Dramatised by Simon Eastwood
with The AM
What do Radio 5 stars do when they're not on the radio? They Do It! They're into voluntary work with all sort of charities.
Frances Edmonds lifts the wraps.
Keep abreast of all that's new in the world of education with Helen Madden.
with Jonathan Legard. Golf: Tony Adamson heads the commentary team at Wentworth for the third round of the Volvo PGA Championship, the most prestigious title on the European tour.
Tennis: Commentary from Stade Roland Garros on today's play in the French Open.
Motor Racing: Nigel Mansell lines up on the grid for one of the most famous races in the sport, the Indy 500. Simon Taylor is there.
Plus football, cycling and all the day's other sports news, with full round-ups at 5.00, 6.00 and 7.00pm.
7.20 pm Open University
7.20 Can You Really Dissolve a Human Body in Acid?; 7.40 Art Works: Censorship in the Swinging 60s: 8.00 Free Will
Discussed; 8.20 Talking About the Enlightenment; 8.40 Maths:
Countdown to Algebra: 9.00 Open Forum; 9.20 Literature in the Modern World; 9.40 Modern Art: Semiotics and Visual Art
with Mike Edgar from Belfast.