By Charlotte Hobson. Read by Emilia Fox , and abridged by Penny Leicester .
4: New Year, New Happiness. It's New Year s Eve and an extraordinary night bears witness to the final collapse ofthe Soviet Union. Producer by Elizabeth Allard. Repeated at 12.30am
Ruth Deech , head ofthe Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, chooses prose and poetry which reflect her family origins, her passion forthe law and her interest in fertility, including Theodor Herzl 's Zionist novel Old New Land. a crisp extract from Lord Denning's Profumo Inquiry, and The Story of Hannah by Martha CNussbaum. With readers Henry Goodman and Marlene Sidaway. Producer Mary Ward Lowery. Repeated Sunday 12.15am
A comedy by Alison Joseph with serious intent about female desire, the pharmaceutical industry and the crucial question of hydraulics. Erica, played by Phyllis Logan , works in a university, researching Victorian sexology. Chris (Darren Boyd ) works in a lab trying to develop a sex drug for women. Can they possibly have a future together?
Director Gaynor Macfarlane
Barbara Myers is back with a new series of the health phone-in that puts you in touch with the experts. In this series everything from hip replacements to phobias will be tackled. Producer Paula McGrath
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Sue Torr appeals on behalf of a a charity that recruits and trains volunteers to help primary school children who lack confidence with reading.
Producer Laurence Grissell.
Repeated from Sunday7.55am
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4: Chalet Club. If you still have that tiny gold and red enamelled pin then you were probably a member of the original Chalet Club. Fans of Elinor Brent-Dyer 's Chalet School books travel to Herefordshire to rhapsodise on a world gone by. And you can still get a badge from the two flourishing successor clubs. Producer Kim Normanton
Quentin Cooper and his expert guests discuss latest developments in the world of science and technology. Today the new field of proteomics - the next step on from the human genome project - which aims to catalogue and understand the job of every protein in the body. Its practitioners argue that such a broad and detailed understanding of these biochemical movers and shakers will transform medicine during this century. Producer Andrew Luck Baker. E-MAIL: email@example.com
David Hatch chairs the radio quiz about radio. This week Nick Clarke and Natalie Wheen battle against Phill Jupitus and Johnny Walker. Will they recognize the former Conservative chairman singing Streets of London? And did John Humphrys ever sing the blues On Radio 4? Producer Viv Black
Five plays examining the impact on a Welsh community when a local woman disappears. 4: Matthew by Catrin Clarke.
An ex-lover knows more than he can reveal without threatening his own marriage.
Producer Alison Hindell. Repeated from 10.45am
Power Mad. Meetings all overthe world are now dominated by computer-driven Powerpoint presentations. Peter Day asks Robert Gaskins , the inventor of Powerpoint, if what started off as a useful tool has now become a management tyrant. Producer Neil Koenig. Repeated Sunday 9.30
U Today Geoff Watts presents an investigation into the miracle properties of garlic. It's notjustvampires that need to be wary of the pungent bulb. Scientists in Israel have found that garlic has a striking effect on a huge variety of medical conditions ranging from athlete's foot to diabetes and cancer. The ancient Romans and Chinese certainly believed in garlic's healing properties, but is it of any use in today's hospitals and medical centres? Plus a look at the week's top science stories.
Producer Alexandra Feachem. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Delta SlyHoneyby Lucius Shepard. Dramatised by Mike Walker. A country boy exorcises his demons in Vietnam by making late-night broadcasts to phantom military units - until one of the phantoms, Delta Sly Honey, answers his call. In the worlds of Lucius Shepard , the living and the dead are co-habitants, and the magic that seeps into daily life comes from the human heart of darkness. and Producer Ned Chaillet
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