From the Basilica of St Paul 's Outside the Walls, Rome. Continuing this week's listener pilgrimage to Rome, the Rev Roy Jenkins reflects on the life of St Paul at the site regarded as the apostle's burial place. I'm Not Ashamed To Own My Lord (Jackson); Romans 1 w8-17; Jubilate (Frisina); We Have a Gospel to Proclaim (Fulda); Director of music Gordon Stewart. Organist: Jeffrey Makinson.
Five weekday extracts from Stella Rimington's memoir of a life spent at MI5, where she worked her way up to head of the agency. Abridged by Neville Teller and read by Jenny Howe. Part 3. For details see Monday. Repeated at 12.30am
Second of three historical documentaries.
Flixborough. Roisin McAuley examines the events of June 1974 when the Rixborough chemical plant in north Lincolnshire exploded. The biggest explosion in Britain since the Second World War, it killed 29 people and injured hundreds more. An official inquiryfound the factory had been modified by unqualified staff, but mostly put the accident down to bad luck. Some scientists still think this was wrong and want the inquiry reopened. Producer: Jolyon Jenkins
Amanda Murphy 's four-part comedy-drama series about a "friendship" between a man and a woman. 3: Cassie and Pete launch into the world of dating agencies. Cassie's blind date is Simon. He sounds attractive, but his occupation is shrouded in mystery. Meanwhile, Pete's blind date leads him to realise a few things about Cassie who in turn has been realising a few things about Pete. Producer Graham Frost
A six-part series of the quiz in which contestants race against the clock to locate a mystery treasure where the "X" crosses.
Presented by Pete McCarthy with guests John Sergeant, Fred Housego and Robin Bush.
Producer Sarah Rowlands
Peter Morgan's drama, which won last year's
Society of Authors award.for best new play. Ivo, an interpreter in the Bosnian war, waits in the Hague to give evidence against a fellow Croatian accused of war crimes. But what is the whole truth?
Director Alison Hindell
Five weekday stories by Muriel Spark , all previously unpublished in book form, are abridged by Duncan Minshull and read by Sian Phillips. 3: Quest for Lavishes Ghast. Someone has a talent for misunderstanding people. Producer Duncan Minshull
Michael Hardt from Duke University in Durham talks to Laurie Taylor about his new book Empire, in which he expresses the belief that Marxists should learn to appreciate globalisation.
Producer Elizabeth Senior. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another chance to hearthe late Douglas Adams 's 12-part comedy from 1978. Fit the Third: After being improbably rescued from certain death in the vacuum of space, Arthur Dent now faces a missile attack.
Producer Geoffrey Perkins (R)
Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear expert evidence on a current issue. Togetherthey look for radical, practical solutions. 2: DNA for All? Who should have access to our DNA? The police to reduce crime? The medical profession for research? With Chris Woodhead, Liz Forgan and Gary Slapper.
Producer Helen Wilson.
Last in a series about the happy accidents that have led to revolutionary discoveries in science.
3:Infrared, Gamma Rays and Everything in Between. Simon Singh tells the stories behind types of radiation which have changed the world of physics, including infrared, x-rays and gamma rays and the microwave oven. Readers James Bryce and Crawford Logan Producer Amanda Hargreaves. EMAIL: Scirad@bbc.co.uk
A six-part comedy series written and performed by the creator of John Shuttleworth , Graham Fellows. In a series of lectures, rock musicologist and part-time media studies tutor Brian Appleton attempts to assert his rightful place in the music history books. 1: Eight Miles Low. Charting the beginnings of Brian's influence on the rock world when, as a young boy, he met apprentice gravedigger Rod Stewart in H ighgate cemetery and, with the help of a maggot, gave him the idea for Maggie May. Producer Dawn Ellis
First in a six-part comedy series written by and starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
Michael Feydeau , alias television's Inspector Niblett, and crime expert David Pershore go on a thrillingjourney through the history of crime. With Emma Kennedy and Simon Greenall. Producer Adam Bromley
Radio 4's half of the interactive drama broadcast simultaneously with Radio 3 and on the internet at [web address removed]. For full details see Radio 3 at 11.30pm. Configuration 1: Transmission Control Penhaligon and the Thirty-Three Banana Problem.
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