Six visionary thinkers tell Sheena McDonald what life will be like in the year 2010. 3: The Brain
How near will we be to finding a cure for Alzheimer's Disease? And will we be able to change personality?
Neuroscientist Floyd Bloom from the Scripps Institute in California makes some informed predictions.
Producer Clare Csonka
From St George's Church, Beckenham. Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer
(Sussex); Genesis 22, wl-8; 0, For a Closer Walk with God (Stanford); Let All the World (Luckington).
Director of music Nigel Groome.
Topical chat and features from a woman's point of view, introduced by Jenni Murray. Serial: Diana's Story, written and read by Deric Longden , abridged in ten parts by Pat McLoughlin. Part 1.
Managing editor Nadine Grieve
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The conclusion of John Harvey's two-part drama.
A charred body has been found in the remains of Jimmy Nolan's city-centre jazz club. DI Charlie Resnick's team are called to the scene of another deadly conflagration. Is there a link?
Lynne Walker considers the music of America, as concerts in the "Inventing America" season start at the Barbican.
Plus a review of Mark Kurlansky 's Cod, which spans 1,000 years of fishing, cooking and exploration. Producer Robyn Read
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
By Kara Miller. Undine takes up an offer of marriage from an agency in Barbados. But she is not prepared for what is in store when she comes to England to wed Mr Nichols. wrth Heather Imani , Ashley Miller. Terry Molloy , Anthony Ofoegbu. Lorna Laidlaw , Burt Caesar. Mark Finn and Sunny Ormonde Director Kristine Landon-Smith
Four programmes in which Peter Jay reassesses the history of the British Empire. 3: Over Palm and Pine Was the creation of the British
Empire a catalogue of exploitation and a shattering of national pride, or a civilising revolution carried out with the willing collaboration of the subject peoples? Producer Philip Sellars
Marriage and Marital Bliss? In the last of four programmes, Liz Lochhead looks to the women's magazines of the past 40 years in search of the secrets of marital harmony. Readers Jessica Martin and Robert Hartley. Producer Sally Flatman Repeat
Lee Hall 's six-part dramatisation of the comic novel by Mario Vargas Llosa. 4: Pedro's soap operas cause a diplomatic incident. And he becomes privy to the secret affair between Mario and Julia. with John Sessions. Alex Lowe. Robert Harper. Kim Wall , Jonathan Adams and Colleen Prendergast. Director Sally Avens Repeat
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