To tie in with this year's Reith Lectures 2001, a series in which the over 70s share their experiences of growing older. Friends and Family Do you have to renegotiate relationships with your children once you are no longerthe nurturer and provider? And how do you deal with theirwellmeant but bossy interference? Producer Lucy Lunt
A series exploring the role that animals play in a variety of medical treatments.
Sweet Cures and Stings. Honey has always been a staple of folk medicine and its use in woundhealinggoes back 3,000 years to the ancient
Egyptians. Yet only now are modern surgeons and nurses rediscovering its value. Controversially, many people also swear by bee stings to relieve the pain and the symptoms of diseases such as multiple sclerosis and arthritis. Could every beehive be a potential pharmacy? Producer Jeremy Grange
Sir Peter Ustinov approaches his 80th birthday with an astonishing range of accomplishments behind him - as an actor in film (two Oscars) and theatre, novelist, playwright and screenwriter. He is also a raconteur, graphic artist, photographer, stage director and designer, and the recipient of many humanitarian awards for his work with Unicef and Unesco. In this programme he talks to John Bird about his life, including his days in the army, spying, Hollywood, Hailie Selassie, David Niven , radio comedy, opera in Moscow, Nero and Pol Pot , the complicity of the very old and the very young, God and Andre Agassi. Producer Tony Staveacre
A three-part series exploring the hidden musical worlds of immigrant communities in Britain. Can You Stop the Birds S/ng/ng?Palestinian singer Reem Kelani joins the Afghani community in London gearing up forthe spring festival of Navruz. Sounds of sitar, rubab and harmonium fill the air as songs and celebrations remind the musicians of Afghanistan -the home they have left behind. Producer Neil McCarthy
Christopher William Hill's comedy thriller about the collision between old money and new.
H Beswick & Co is an old City bank with a select clientele and a staff so loyal they are known as "the family". But the launch of their new web banking service brings some surprises.
I Director Jonquil Panting
2: Firebird, read by Mark Leake. Acclaimed
American poet Mark Doty recalls the moment when, as a ten-year-old, he first learned his mother wasn't too keen on him displaying his passion for Judy Garland. For details see yesterday
A look at the development of Birmingham's jewellery quarter from the mid-18th century, when Matthew Boulton petitioned Parliament for the city's own assay office, to its heydayjust before the First World War. For details see yesterday
The essential guide to the world of work looks at shifts in the workplace, with advice on how to survive change, and examines employers who break the rules. Presented by Philippa Lamb. Producer Lynne R Jones
Writer Misha Glenny and Anne Marie Huby , co-founder and managing director of the online charity Justgiving, discuss three favourite paperbacks with presenter Louise Doughty. Producer Paul Dodgson. Repeated Sunday 11pm
The first of two programmes examining the workings of Britain's informal economy.
Allan Urry asks whether legitimate business can ever win the war against counterfeiters and cheats. Producer Kevin Mousley. Repeated Sunday 5pm
You know when your "glands are swollen", or if you develop lymphoma, or if your arm swells up after breast surgery, but otherwise your lymphatic system goes unnoticed. Dr Graham Easton explores the lymphatic system and its vital role in draining body fluids and fighting infection. Producer Julia Durbin. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Repeated tomorrow 4.30pm
Bill Dare's comedy. 2: The Perfect Man When
Bozo takes a break from the band to settle an old boxing score, Kenny needs a replacement. But Nelson does not turn out to be a harmonising influence. Starring Stephen Tompkinson ,
Clive Rowe , Nicola Walker , Adrian Scarborough and Brian Bovell. With Bill Dare , Matthew Little and Stephen Powel Musical director David Firman. Producer Gareth Edwards (R)
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