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.
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.