Today's story is 'Oogle the Stone Age Boy' by Julie Stevens
Birds singing, clocks ticking, people talking and music playing. Listen! What noises and sounds can you hear?
Presenters this week Diane Dorgan, Rick Jones
Author (Oogle the Stone Age Boy):
Ten programmes in a business studies course
Offer, acceptance, consideration. How do you make a legally binding contract?
Written and introduced by Michael Molyneux
(These programmes are linked with the English Law series broadcast on Thursdays at 6.30 pm on Radio 3: Study)
Reporting the world tonight
John Timpson and Peter Woods and BBC News correspondents
A film series about the untamed West in which a pioneer settler and his two sons fight to keep their hard-won cattle land in the lawless territory of California
When a tough group of men refuse to send their children to school Johnny takes a hand - and the troublemakers decide to teach him a lesson
What's involved in having an X-ray? Should pregnant women be X-rayed? How valuable is the mass X-ray service?
Do you know that parts of the brain, the blood system and even the arteries supplying blood to the heart can be X-rayed?
These and other questions are discussed by two physicians and a professor of radiology.
A new series starring Spike Milligan
and featuring Julian Orchard, Frank Thornton, Ann Lancaster, Leon Thau, Paul McDowell, Josephine Gordon, Thelma Taylor, Bernard Jamieson
also appearing this week Damaris Hayman, Charlie Atom, John Walters, Michael Earl
Adapted by Barry Took from the Beachcomber column of the Daily Express
Additional material by Spike Milligan
Ballet devised by:
Sigmund Freud, discoverer of psycho-analysis, died 30 years ago. He tried to explain why some of us cope and others become neurotics. Two generations have been born since then, their lives shaped by his picture of the human mind. Freud's certainty that the child is psychologically 'father of the man' has formed the basis of years of research by believers and opponents alike. But most of it has been on obviously disturbed people, and either highly limited in scope or confined to a retrospective approach - the kind an analyst hears.
In Britain, unique surveys are following the development of thousands of normal people. Already surprising links are emerging between childhood experience and later personality.
Introduced by Mel Oxley
A programme to help you relax - or to keep you awake with James Cameron's comments