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6.00 Te­leshop­ping 7.15 Por­ridge 7.45 The Green Green Grass 8.20 Por­ridge 9.00 Are You Be­ing Served? 9.40 Last of the Sum­mer Wine 11.40 Por­ridge 12.20 Are You Be­ing Served? 1.00 The Green Green Grass 1.40 Only Fools and Horses 3.35 Last of the Sum­mer Wine 5.30 Are You Be­ing Served? 6.05 Only Fools and Horses

Ra­dio 1 Break­fast with Scott Mills. Ra­dio 1 An­thems with Scott Mills. Clara Amfo. News­beat. Clara Amfo. Chat, in­ter­views and mu­sic. Nick Grimshaw. New mu­sic. News­beat. Nick Grimshaw. New mu­sic. Ra­dio 1’s Fu­ture Sounds with An­nie Mac. A jour­ney of mu­si­cal dis­cov­ery. Rickie, Melvin and Char­lie. Ra­dio 1’s In­die Show with Jack Saun­ders. Al­ter­na­tive sounds. An­nie Nightin­gale. Ra­dio 1’s Movie Mix­tape. Early Break­fast with Adele Roberts.

The Zoe Ball Break­fast Show. Ken Bruce. Jeremy Vine. Cur­rent af­fairs chat. An­gela Scan­lon in the Af­ter­noon. Sit­ting in for Steve Wright. Amol Rajan. Sit­ting in for Sara Cox. Jo Whi­ley. A mix of new mu­sic from all gen­res of the mu­si­cal spec­trum and qual­ity vin­tage songs. Plus, Jo pro­vides the sound­track for the Taxi Ser­vice. The Jazz Show with Jamie Cul­lum. The world of jazz. Gethin Jones. Sounds of the 80s with Gary Davies. Ra­dio 2 Sounds of the 80s Master­mix.

Break­fast. Es­sen­tial Clas­sics. Com­poser of the Week: Beethoven: Rest­less Spirit. Don­ald Ma­cleod ex­plores why Beethoven kept mov­ing house while liv­ing in Vi­enna. Ra­dio 3 Lunchtime Con­cert. Bass-bari­tone Michael Mofid­ian and pi­anist Ju­lia Lynch per­form live from Glas­gow. Af­ter­noon Con­cert. Per­for­mances by the BBC Singers, the BBC Sym­phony Orches­tra, and Si­mon Höfele. In Tune. With com­poser Ian Ven­ables and an­other Home Ses­sion. In Tune Mix­tape. An eclec­tic non-stop mix of mu­sic, fea­tur­ing old favourites to­gether with lesser­known gems, and a few sur­prises thrown in for good mea­sure. Ra­dio 3 in Con­cert. Harry Christo­phers di­rects The Six­teen in a per­for­mance of works by two Span­ish Re­nais­sance com­posers, in a con­cert from the 2015 York Early Mu­sic Fes­ti­val. Free Think­ing. Matthew Sweet and guests con­jure up a con­ver­sa­tion about the en­dur­ing ap­peal of magic. The Es­say: Folk at Home. Ver­ity Sharp talks to Chris Wood from her garage stu­dio in Wilt­shire, who has found so­lace dur­ing lock­down in the po­etry of John Clare, and drawn in­spi­ra­tion from the fam­ily sofa.

Night Tracks. An ad­ven­tur­ous, im­mer­sive sound­track for late-night lis­ten­ing, from clas­si­cal to con­tem­po­rary and ev­ery­thing in be­tween. Through the Night.

To­day. (LW) Yes­ter­day in Par­lia­ment. Pos­i­tive Think­ing. Be­hind the Buzz­words. (LW) Daily Ser­vice. (FM) Book of the Week: A Month in Siena. Wo­man’s Hour. The Political School. The Last Songs of Gaia. News. The Girl with the Loud­ing Voice. Call You and Yours. Con­sumer af­fairs. Weather. The World at One. With Sarah Mon­tague. Blood­sport. The Archers. Drama: Tiger Girls. By Amy Ng. The Kitchen Cab­i­net. With An­nie Gray, Andi Oliver, Rob Owen-brown, and Sue Lawrence. The Cu­ri­ous Cases of Ruther­ford & Fry. Word of Mouth. A Good Read. PM. Evan Davis presents news head­lines. (LW) Ship­ping Fore­cast. Weather. Six O’clock News.

Meet David Sedaris. The Amer­i­can hu­mourist re­turns with more words of wit and wis­dom, open­ing the se­ries with a story fresh from the pages of the New Yorker, Un­tamed. The Archers. David turns de­tec­tive and El­iz­a­beth strug­gles to find the right words. Front Row. A round-up of news, re­views and in­ter­views from the worlds of art, lit­er­a­ture, film and mu­sic. Why Mummy Swears. By Gill Sims. Hun­gry for a new chal­lenge, Ellen has bagged her dream-job. But she’s also found her­self Chair­ing the PTA, and may have bit­ten off more than she can chew. Broaad­cast ear­lier as part of Wo­man’ Hour. File on 4. A dis­cus­sion on cur­rent af­fairs is­sues of ma­jor con­cern. In Touch. News, views and in­for­ma­tion for peo­ple who are blind or par­tially sighted, pre­sented by Peter White. In­side Health. Dr Mark Porter sep­a­rates med­i­cal fact from fic­tion, clar­i­fy­ing health is­sues and shed­ding light on the lat­est sci­en­tific re­search. Pos­i­tive Think­ing. San­gita Myska re­ports on how drop­ping the school cal­en­dar could help chil­dren ful­fill their true po­ten­tial, ex­am­in­ing new ap­proaches adopted in Michi­gan.

The World Tonight. In­ter­na­tional news round-up and anal­y­sis, pre­sented by Ri­t­ula Shah.

Book at Bed­time: The Girl with the Loud­ing Voice. By Abi Dare. Adunni has moved to Morufu’s house and has to learn a new way of liv­ing. Read by Ronke Adekoluejo. The In­fi­nite Mon­key Cage. Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by co­me­dian Matt Lu­cas, cos­mol­o­gist Sean Car­roll and as­tro­physi­cist Janna Levin to look at the strange world of black holes. To­day in Par­lia­ment. News, views and anal­y­sis of the day’s busi­ness in West­min­ster. News and Weather. Book of the Week: A Month in Siena. Ship­ping Fore­cast. As BBC World Ser­vice.

5 Live Break­fast. Your Call. The Emma Bar­nett Show. Ni­hal Arthanayak­e. An af­ter­noon of news, big name in­ter­views and con­ver­sa­tion. 5 Live Drive. With Anna Foster and Tony Livesey. 5 Live Sport. In­clud­ing up­dates from Chelsea v Nor­wich City. Colin Mur­ray. Dis­cus­sion and de­bate on the is­sues that mat­ter.

Do­tun Ade­bayo.

TALKSPORT Break­fast with Laura Woods. White and Sawyer. Hawks­bee and Ja­cobs. With Paul Hawks­bee and Andy Ja­cobs. Drive with Adrian Durham & Dar­ren Gough. Adrian Durham and Dar­ren Gough bring you opin­ion­ated sport­ing de­bate on the way home. Call the show on 08717 22 33 44 (13p/min) or text 81089 (50p + charges). Game­day Kick Off. Chelsea v Nor­wich City (kick-off 8.15pm). Sports Bar. Andy Gold­stein and Ja­son Cundy with re­ac­tion, anal­y­sis and your chance to have your say on the day’s sport. Call the show on 08717 22 33 44 (13p/ min) or text 81089 (50p + charges). Ex­tra Time.

More Mu­sic Break­fast. Alexan­der Arm­strong. Anne-marie Min­hall. In­clud­ing Clas­sic FM Re­quests 12pm-2pm. John Brun­ning. Old favourites and new dis­cov­er­ies. Smooth Clas­sics at Seven. Re­lax­ing sounds. The Clas­sic FM Con­cert with John Suchet. John shines the spot­light on Saint-saëns’ “Urbs Roma” sym­phony, Ber­lioz’s Ro­man Car­ni­val Over­ture and Fauré’s Can­tique de Jean Racine. Smooth Clas­sics. With Margherita Tay­lor. Sam Pit­tis.

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