Claudia Hammond presents a five-part series examining whether men and women see, smell, hear, feel and taste things differently. 4: Why are more men colour-blind and why are women unable to park properly?
An examination of how we perceive space. Producer Joanna Rahim
With the Rev Ernest Rea. Now Is Eternal Life (Christchurch); Romans 6, wl-4; If We Have
Died to Ourselves in Jesus (Arr Wilson); We Know that Christ Is Raised (Stanford). Director of music Alan Wilson.
Bestselling author Isabel Allende joins
Jenni Murray to talk about her latest novel Daughters of Fortune, which traces a young woman's life in Chile and California during the gold rush. Drama: Elizabeth and Essex selected and compiled by Lisa Osborne. Part 4. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
A three-part drama-documentary series exploring how our perceptions of the past, present and future change our lives.
1: The Bell-Ringer and the Bivalve by Sarah Woods.
A geologist travels backthrough time accompanied by a bell-ringer, a bivalve and a ghost.
Music Anders Sodergreen. Producer Sara Conkey Director Sarah Woods
By Penelope Lively , read by Vanessa Rosenthal. Will Miss Carlton find kindred spirits among the young people attending the pop concert in the park, or are their fine feathers an illusion? Producer Rosemary Watts
4: Tea Culture. Andrew Jefford explores the role of tea in the cultural and social life of Britain -the impact of taxation, the influences of tea dances and the emergence of afternoon tea. Fordetails see Monday
The programme that proves the law is notjust a load of dusty old books. Marcel Berlins takes a lively look at the legal affairs of the moment Producers Jonathan Brunert and Gudrun Dalibor Repeated Sunday at 8.30pm
Weakened bones, cardiac dysrhythmia and decreased blood volume are all conditions associated with space travel. As the International Space Station takes shape and manned exploration of deep space becomes a reality,
Quentin Cooper discovers what science can do to counterthe effects of prolonged weightlessness. Producer John Watkins
"This house believes in fairies at the bottom of the garden." The comic debating show returns to tackle the key issues of the day. Dr Phil Hammond presides over a battle of comic heavyweights between Tony Hawks, Simon Fanshawe and Steve Punt.
Producers Bill Dare and Adam Bromley
The second of two programmes in which Michael Portillo explores the history of the Spanish Civil War and the years of General Franco's dictatorship. The Rule of the General. A look at
Franco's attempt to build a social order based on conservative values, and how it was undermined by social change.
Producer Anthony Dworkin
On Demand. Computer networks are enabling customers to ask for exactly what they want. Peter Day finds out how companies are responding to growing demands. Producer Rosamund Jones
Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
Electric implants may one day help paraplegics to walk again. Alun Lewis looks at the challenges facing scientists as they try to restore function to muscles paralysed by injury or disease. Producer Paul Arnold
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