Presented by Andrew Graystone. Teach Me Thy
Way, 0 Lord (The Path Devine). 2 Timothy 3,
W16-17; 4. wl-5. Send Me Out from Here Lord
(arr. Wilson). We Have a Gospel to Proclaim (Fulda). Director of music Alan Wilson.
Dr Zaki Badawi , Principal ofthe Muslim College in London, chooses his favourite poetry and prose, including Socrates and Voltaire, and Imtiaz Dharker ' s Speak for the Devil
Producer Nigel Acheson. Repeated Sunday 12.15am
By Mahesh Dattani. On 26 January 2001, a massive earthquake devastated the western Indian state of Gujrat. Mahesh Dattani's play follows the story of an English journalist who was near Bhuj at the time and who goes back a year later to see if he can trace a boy he met when he was clearing the rubble.
Sound effects collected by Richard Coope Director Jeremy Mortimer
Each week a columnist advances a controversial view on a topical subject, then listeners are given the opportunity to take issue bytelephone. With David Jessel.
Producer Nick Utechin. Phone in your comments, opinions and arguments: [number removed]
Gervase Phinn makes an appeal on behalf ora national lending library oftext/braille books which can be shared by visually impaired children and their families.
Producer Laurence Grissell.
DONATIONS: Clearvision Project. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: Freephone [number removed]. Repeated from Sunday 7.55am
Five quietly unsettling short stories by Eispeth Davie. Read by Crawford Logan.
4. A Collection of Bones. Jenkinson's friends are bemused by his obsession. What's the point of a wishbone collection if you don't make any wishes? Producer David Jackson Young
4: In his series about the history of glass in architecture, Maxwell Hutchinson looks at how glass was used in buildings ofthe Victorian era. He meets a man who has collected 15,000 historic windows and examines the career of Joseph Paxton , architect of the greatest glass house of them all -the Crystal Palace. Producer Elena Curti
Science series.Quentin Cooper and his expert guests discuss the latest developments in the world of science and technology. This week they look at the future of roads.
Producer Andrew Luck Baker. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Victor Hugo. Dramatised by Sebastian Baczkiewicz. 14: Eponine has found out where Cosette lives-will she tell Marius?
With Christopher Godwin , Ewan Bailey and Sean Baker
Music by Dominic Fitzgerald. Director Jeremy Mortimer. Rpt of 10.45am BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Les Misérables is available on audio cassette from all good retailers and from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
The wife of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic has been variously described as "Lady Macbeth", the "Red Witch of Belgrade" and a praying mantis. She was so devoted to her husband that she slashed away all obstacles in his path, but then went on to destroy him too. Meriel Beattie investigates how much influence Mira Markovic really had over her husband; whether she really was a "femmefatale" or ultimately the victim of a deeply sexist society.
Producer Emma Rippon . Editor Maria Balinska
Up in the Air. With the airline business in turmoil, the "big two" plane makers are radically split about the future. Boeingthinks the industry wants faster planes; Airbus thinks they need to be bigger. Peter Day asks who's right.
Producer Neil Koenig. Repeated Sunday9.30pm
On the Scrapheap. Twenty-four million fridges, freezers, videos, mobile phones and other pieces of household equipment are thrown out each year. New laws will ensure that a greater proportion of this waste is recycled and re-used in the future. But with industry disquiet about who should fund these changes, and green design being low on the list of priorities in the UK, will these laws really make any difference? Presented by Alex Kirby. Producer Karen Gregor.
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