With Alex Brodie and James Naughtie.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
With the Rev Ian Mackenzie.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament Editor Jon Barton
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Dr Raj Persaud reveals the secretive world of hostage negotiation.
3: Stansted, 1982. Britain's first plane hostage situation happened when an Air Tanzania plane was hijacked and brought to Stansted Airport in 1982. British negotiators had to learn fast when the hijackers demanded, "We want 100 coffins". Producer Sarah Bowen
Introduced by Sheila McClennon in Manchester. Steel studs, salt or blue fluff - what do you keep in yours?
Clare Jenkins investigates the bare essentials of the belly button.
Serial: Delicate Matters. Part 5. For details see Monday
A pop video, an interactive disco floor and a soft drink advert - it is an exhibition, but is it art? Tim Marlowe reviews Assuming Positions at the ICA in London. Plus Stephen Cox 's sculpture Yatra - a vast granite wave topped with stone catamarans at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, south London. Producer Olive Clancy
The six-part series in which David Neil Lodge dices his way through Europe comes to an end. Listeners are invited to recommend routes. Producer Sara Jane Hall
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William has something to say.
(Repeated Monday 1.40pm)
Archers Addicts fan club: send sae to [address removed]
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion in Pictureville, Bradford, West Yorkshire, with Secretary of State for Health Frank Dobson , MP Michael Jack , journalist Ann Leslie and the Rt Rev Dr Michael Nazir-Ali , Bishop of Rochester. Producer Anne Peacock
Repeated tomorrow 1.10pm
Presented by Marcel Berlins. The
Government thinks we are entitled to know more about how it does its work and how its decisions affect the public. Sally Hardcastle asks if such legal rights can make a difference to the individual citizen and, if so, how? Producer Simon Coates
The all-Asian sketch show returns for a four-part series. Featuring the massive and fierce Bhangra Muffins, the Competitive Mothers and the Buddhist Pest Controller. With Sanjeev Bhaskar, Kulvinder Ghir, Nitin Sawhney, Meera Syal and Nina Wadia.
Repeated tomorrow at 6.25pm
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