Jonathan Freedland continues the series which finds the past behind the present.
2: Trial by Jury. As the government proposes radical changes to a system which is regarded by some as a historic and inalienable right,
Freedland looks at Bushell's case, a landmark trial of 1670, which has had a profound effect on i jury trials ever since. Civil rights lawyer Helena Kennedy , actor Michael Maloney , historians Richard Ireland and Paul Robertshore , and deputy chairman of the magistrates association, Rachel Lipscombe , debate the importance of the right to trial by jury.
Producers Virginia Crompton and Hilary Dunn. Repeated at 9.30pm
Britain, so it is claimed, invented the takeaway. In the continuing series, Simon Parkes goes to
Balsamico in South London, to watch the pizzas prepared to order and to find out from customers and staff how pizzas are challenging the established takeaway market. Producer Gillian Gray
With the Very Rev Ken Riley. Jesus, where'er Thy People Meet (Wareham); Matthew 22, wl5-22; Purify My Heart (Doerksen arr Whitbourn); Take My Life, and Let It Be (Nottingham). Director of music James Whitbourn.
Butterflies. With the most comprehensive survey of butterflies evertaken in Britain and Ireland recently completed, Mark Carwardine investigates the issues and threats facing these most fragile and beautiful of insects. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
The Waltz. When first danced in public, the waltz provoked a huge stir in the press and there were calls for it to be banned. It was the first modern dance where couples moved in a close embrace. Dancer and writer Wendy Buonaventura presents her continuing series about dances which created scandals when first introduced into
Society. Producer Pete Atkin
By Sarah Woods. A drama-documentary about
Dimitris, a young autistic man, as he journeys on the West Midland buses. Starring Victoria Worsley and David Reubin . Music Anders Sodergren. Producer Sara Conkey Director Sarah Woods (R)
Libby Purves presents a guide to the world of learning, with advice, features and yourviews. Producer Dorothy Stiven. Action Line: [number removed]
E-MAIL: the. email@example.com. Repeated Sunday 11pm
The conclusion of Dominic Holland's series exploring the comedic minutiae of life. This week Holland points outthe pitfalls of growing up, becoming an adult and having children. With Simon Greenall , Sally Grace and Dave Lamb. Producer Maria Esposito
By Miles Franklin. 2: Sybylla finds to her astonishment, and to her mother's shame, that herfake autobiography has been published. It looks like it will bring Sybylla much fame - and notoriety. For details see yesterday. Repeated from 10.45am
Radio 4's series on modern warfare and the consequences for global peace.
3: The New Peace Makers. With the United
Nations stretched to breaking point, new forces are emerging to wage war against war. Edward Stourton visits Angola after 25 years of civil war to examine the peace-making impact of the multinational oil companies and the International Monetary Fund.
Producer Sue Davies. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Concluding the series, Graham Easton explores the relationship between animals and humans in research, and meets the first dog to benefit from a pioneering anti-cancer vaccine.
Producer Julia Durbin. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
2; Trial by Jury. As the government proposes radical changes to a system which is regarded by some as a historic and inalienable right,
Jonathan Freedland looks at Bushell's case, a landmark trial of 1670, which has had a profound effect on jury trials ever since. Repeated from 9am
A six-part comedy by David and Caroline Stafford. 1: In which a hairless cat and a fuel dump prove an explosive combination.
Music David Stafford. Producer Dirk Maggs (R)
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