The concluding programme in the series examining various aspects of manipulation. 4: Trend Setting. Are the flowers in your house the right colour? Why are you wearing those clothes?
You may think the choice is yours, but is it? Claudia Hammond talks to the trend-setters who colour our lives. Producer Paula McGrath E-MAIL: email@example.com
England v Kenya
England's second match of the tournament takes them to the Canterbury ground to meet the side that beat the West Indies in the last World Cup. Including at 2.15* News * Approximate times
In the first of a four-part series, Quentin Cooper finds the River
Thames emerging from years of being held in contempt to recover its ancient role as a potent symbol for those whose job it is to wield power. Producer John Tuckey
As My Whimsy Takes Me. Professor Jeffrey Richards delves into the casebook of Lord Peter Wimsey ,
Dorothy L Sayers 's aristocratic amateur detective, who appeared on radio as well as in books, films and on television. Producer Helen Williams
Christopher Cook presents a six-part series exploring the influence of war and conflict on music. 5: World War
Many British composers were in the trenches during the First World War and some were killed in action. Their horror and deep sorrow can be heard in their music. The composers include Gurney, Vaughan Williams and Elgar. Producer Helen Garrison
By Nick Fisher, in four parts.
At a glitzy London hotel, the body of an unknown woman is found in the service area where champagne bottles are the only litter. With Geoffrey Matthews, Alan Bourgouin, Giles Fagan, Geoffrey Whitehead, Robert Harper, Ben Crowe and Tom Bevan.
DSI Julie Enfield:
DS Lawrence Evans:
Are the Scots smarter than the Saxons?
Libby Purves visits Glasgow's Anniesland College to test the educational waters following the election. Producers Maud Hand and Lyn Webster Wilde Action Line: [number removed]
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A comedy in six parts written by Luke Sorba. 2: The Election. Donna, Johnny, Patrick and Abigail woke up to find they were the last four people left on Earth. This week, they hold an election to decide the head of the household. with Luke Sorba , Carla Mendonca and Simon Greenall. Producer Liz Anstee
Repeated Wednesday at 11.30pm
The Brain. A collection of electrical energy, chemicals and cells which make us who we are - in National
Epilepsy week Graham Easton looks directly into our brains.
Producer Julia Durbin and Helen Sharp E-MAIL: email@example.com
Repeated tomorrow 4.30pm
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