Chris Dunkley airs listeners' comments on BBC policy and programming. Producer Nick Utechin
Repeated Sunday 6.15pm
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A day in the life of prayer, beginning at sunrise and ending at sunset. For some, prayer is a daily ritual which begins when they wake and sets the pattern for their whole day. People from different faiths explain how they make time for their prayers, however busy their lives.
Producer Sally Flatman
In the second of two programmes from the Galapagos Islands, Julian Hector investigates the problems now facing the unique and extraordinary wildlife, caused by introduced species, overfishing and tourism.
Producers Julian Hector and Simon Roberts Repeated Sunday 8pm
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Arts and the Media
Paul Allen and a panel of Kaleidoscope presenters and guests discuss the media's coverage of the arts, from the growth of listings in newspapers and specialist magazines to the range of television programmes. Producer John Boundy
Graham and Caroline have a row.
Written by Christopher Thompson
Director Peter Leslie Wild. Editor Vanessa Whitburn. Repeated Monday 2pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Stanmore, Middlesex, by the sports minister, Tony Banks; the shadow Trade and Industry secretary, John Redwood;
Parole Board chair Usha Prashar ; and the director general oftheCBi.Adair Turner. Producer Anne Peacock
Repeated tomorrow 1.10pm
Janet Cohen presents the final programme about children and the law. 3: Family on Trial. When a family splits and the courts intervene, who decides which side of the family is more important to the children? Producer Anna Parkinson
Joseph Heiler - Now and Then
It is almost 40 years since Joseph Heller wrote his cult novel Catch 22. Since then, the phrase has been absorbed into the English language. He has now written an autobiography. Now and Then. He talks to Kevin Jackson about his childhood in Coney Island and the events in his life that gave rise to one of the classic books of our time.
Repeated from Saturday 7.20pm
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