With John Forrest. When in Our Music, God Is
Glorified (Engelberg); 2 Chronicles 4, vl9; 5, wl, 13-14; Be Still forthe Presence of the Lord (Be Still); Sing of the Lord's Goodness (Sing of the Lord's Goodness. Director of music Alan Wilson.
Max Pearson hears how individuals and communities are affected by our changing environmental thinking.
2: John Bowers is an environmental economist who argues that the protection of rural coastal areas from flooding by the sea is a waste of money. How are his ideas received by landowners on the Essex Coast? Producer Nick Patrick
By Peter Morgan. In 1726, fashionable London was taken by storm with the news that Mary Toft of Godalming had given birth to a large number of rabbits, along with three cats! The births were certified by George I's surgeon and thousands rushed to see Miss Toft and her new family.
Director Alison Hindell
3: A Dip in the Poo/by Roald Dahl , read by Geoffrey Palmer. On a rough sea trip Mr Botibol thinks he can predict how fartheshipwill travel in 24 hours. But if the weather calms he will be in danger of losing his money. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor talks to Professor Betsy Stanko , director of the Violence Research Programme, about her work exploring alarmingly high rates of domestic violence. Last year in London alone, 77,000 incidents were reported, while every three days a woman is killed. Professor Stanko examines why domestic violence is still not seen as "real" crime.
Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: email@example.com
A comedy series written by Lynne Ferguson.
2: Lineage. Big brother Gordon returns to Millport, but I rene wonders why anyone wou Id come back once they have had the chance to escape. Producers Lucy Bacon and Kathy Smith (R)
Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which
Janet Daley , David Starkey , Ian Hargreaves and David Cook cross-examine witnesses who have conflicting views on the moral issues behind one of the week's controversies.
Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
The conclusion of a series about scientists who are able to move political mountains. The Codex
Alimentarius Commission is not well known, but it is the ultimate global authority on what is safe to eat and what is not. Its decisions are based on scientific advice, but where does the advice come from -the food industry, the universities or consumer groups? Richard Black investigates. Producer Deborah Cohen. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last of a series tapping into the radio archive of a bygone age, written and performed by Marcus Brigstocke , Claire Downes , Stuart Lane , Al Holloway , Danny Robbins and Dan Tetsell . Steaming - Radio Victoriana. Meet other dandies on the Dandy-Line, early Victorian ankle-pornography is exposed, and science is praised forthe invention of a gun that works only on non-Englishmen. Producers Paul Dodgson and Sean Grundy
Lady Margaret Oswick entertains visitors at Winsley Towers, for the concluding part of six cultural and musical soirees, aided by her piano-playing nephew Penkivil. Written and performed by Ralph Oswick and Christopher Dickins , with members of the Natural Theatre Company.
The Countryside. With songs on The Veggie Foxand Archie and Issie, bird impressions, rampaging llamas, and rural demos. Producer Tony Staveacre
3: The Colour of Radium by Eve Curie, read by Rachel Atkins. The remarkable scientific pioneer Marie Curie devoted her life to the purification of radium, leading to the breakthrough that gave us today's Marie Curie Cancer Care organisation. For details see Monday (R)
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