Paul Daniel , music director of English National Opera, reads some of Czech composer Janacek's haunting memories of his home village, Hukvaldy. Leaves from His Life is heady with Janacek's nostalgia for the sound of the bubblingOndrejnice river, forthe little inn filled with whirling dancers and for the well where the family of foxes came to drink. For details see Monday. Repeated at 12.30am
England v Australia
Commentary from Lord's on the first day's play of the Second Test, by Jonathan Agnew, Henry Blofeld, Tim Lane and Christopher Martin-Jenkins. Expert comment from Graham Gooch, Mike Selvey and Jeff Thomson. Scorer Bill Frindall.
Including News at 1.15 and County Talk at 1.18. *Approximate times
Cameroon. This week a look at how booming demand for natural health products in the west is threatening a precious African medicinal tree with extinction, and Tim Whewell visits an orphanage for baby gorillas whose mothers have been killed for meat. Producer Tim Whewell. Repeated Monday 8.30pm
A three-part history of scientists on film, presented by Mark Kermode. The Good Scientist. The British boffins of thirties cinema tapped into a belief that science might, after all, have the potential to do good. Hollywood cottoned on in the forties and fifties when biopics about scientists such as Madame Curie and Thomas Edison abounded. Producer Lynsey Moyes
Morag wants a hardworking Irishman who will make her laugh. She writes to Willie Daly , the last real-life matchmaker in Ireland. Craigie, a charmer and a rascal, also contacts Willie. In Marc Jobst 's blend of documentary, drama and improvisation, Willie Daly plays himself and introduces these characters to each other during the actual Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival of County Clare. Whispering poems in her ear Craigie sets about wooing his innocent Morag. Poems by Ian McMillan. Director Marc Jobst
The series which helps to answer those troubling questions that you were too scared to ask. Why do sailors wear bell-bottoms? And can you bequeath moneyto a pet? Presented by Bob Holness. Producer David Prest. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com
Laurie Graham joins Charlie Lee Potterto talk about herfunnyand moving novel, The Future Homemakers of America, about a group of female friends at a United States Airforce base in Norfolk. Repeated from Sunday 4pm
No creature on earth has so directly and profoundly touched the I ives of so many people as the mosquito. It delivers more illness to humanity than any other single agent. Quentin Coopertalksto Dr Andrew Spielman about man's strange relationship with this tiny harbinger of death. He discovers how humans have inadvertently been responsible for helping the mosquito spread disease and what now has to be done to stop them. Producer Fiona Roberts. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Smith stars in her comedy series from her
East End home. This week she gets caught up in the dodgy dealings of the East End Mafia, headed by the elusive and notorious Don Estelle. With Femi Elufowoju Jr, Jeremy Hardy , Martin Hyder ,
Margaret John , Chris Neill and Colin Sell. Producer Lucy Armitage
George Eliot 's haunting story of love betrayed and rewarded. 14: The journey to the scaffold.
Arthur Richard Greenwood Further cast details across the week. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Three programmes exploring the process of forgiveness, presented by Melissa Benn.
1: Personal Forgiveness. Can Marion Partington , whose sister Lucywas murdered bythe Wests, find forgiveness, or are some crimes unforgiveable? Can forgiveness give you back your future? Producer Sally Flatman (R)
Hearts and Minds. Ourthinking on controversial issues such as genetic cloning, the environment and animal welfare continues to be polarised between what we consider rational responses and our gut instincts. Is there such a thing as pure reason? Is emotion always irrational? When it comes to making public policy and laws, both extremes can be dangerous. Ian Hargreaves examines how we can strike the right balance. Producer Zareer Masani. Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
r Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley 's six-part series of the thrilling panel game where someone stands to win
99 pence. Hosted by Sue Perkins and starring Peter Baynham , Armando lannucci and Simon Pegg. Producer David Tyler
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