From authors and athletes to scientists and actors, Jenni Murray hosts interviews and discussions with the most interesting women around. Reading: The GloryofLove. Final part. Reading repeated at 7.45pm
British teacher Sue Lukhele and her African husband Bilal reveal the places where they live and work: the small, rural South African town of White River and its neighbouring township on the other side of the mountain. A portrait of two people, two schools and a divided community. Producer Nigel Acheson
A comedy series by Sue Teddern. Just this side of nosey, western movie-mad Heather is the Sherlock Holmes of the rundown Sutter Estate.
3: The Searchers. Emma thinks that her mother is havingan affairand asks Heatherto investigate.
Director David Hunter
By Charlotte Jones. In 1860 in the hallowed quarters of Dr Isaiah Kindle , celebrated and mysterious eye doctor of Shoreditch, a beautiful young woman shares a terrible secret. and Director Claire Grove
Sporting Injuries. The health and fitness revolution has really taken off, but the resultant aches and pains could put you in slings and bandages forthe rest of your life. When should you see a physiotherapist and how long should you stretch before you exercise? Call Barbara Myers with your questions about, and experiences of. medical issues.
Producer Helen Sharp. LINES OPEN from 1.30pm
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1,000 Years of Spoken English
Melvyn Bragg concludes his exploration of the history of the spoken language of Britain.
6: A World of Many Englishes. British English is only one local variety of the language which has become the lingua franca of the world. How has the American influence worldwide affected the way English works and is developing in its sound, spelling and structure? Professor Steven Pinker joins novelist and actor Stephen Fryto debate the current and future state of the language. Producers Tom Alban and Simon Elmes
Repeated Tuesday 1.30pm
The last of five readings forthe week of Valentine's Day. Love Lost. Broken promises and broken hearts. Readings from Edna St Vincent Millay, Phillip Larkin and Thorn Gunn. For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
By Stephen Jeffreys . Johnny South's talents in life - playing the tenor sax and being a great host -are deserting him. He is offered an operation that will enable him to eat, but will finish his playing career. A drama that explores the choices left to us when we lose the thing we hold most dear.
Saxophonist Mark Lockheart. Director Claire Grove
Jonathan Agnew recalls the time he played cricket in Zimbabwe underthe current England coach Duncan Fletcher. And former England batsman David Gowertalks about his passion for wildlife photography.
Producers Simon Crosse and Claire Sharrock
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