Presented by Nigel McCulloch. With Harrogate Ladies'
College Choir. There Is a Green Hill (Horsley, arr
Leddington Wright ). Hebrews 9, w23-8. God So
Loved the World (Chilcott). We Sing the Praise (Bow
Brickhill). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
Denmark. Paul Henley investigates the complex and fascinating story of how Tvind, an educational revolutionary movement founded in Denmark in the early seventies, has become d multi-million pound international organisation It has been accused of being a cult and its founder is facing charges of embezzlement and tax fraud. Former members and people still committed to their revolutionary ideals explain howTvind caused a constitutional crisis and why it's still running schools in Denmark. producer Jenny Walmsley Repeated Monday 8.30pm
Paul Vaughan investigates the physical changes that creative people encounter as they age. He talks with painter Terry Frost, actor Peter Sallis, conductor Charles Mackerras and writer Mary Wesley about how physical decline can have artistic compensations, and critic Louisa Bucklast considers two of the towering geniuses of the last century - Picasso and Matisse - and how illness, old age and declining sexual power transformed their later work. Producer Beaty Rubens
Mother Me. By Maya Chowdhry. Eighteen year old
Layla returns to the convent where she was left as a baby. She demands to know about her birth mother, however painful the information. But even tough, streetwise Layla finds the truth hard to take.
PaulineBlack tough,streetwise Director Pam Fraser Solomon
More than 30,000 hip replacements are carried out on the NHS every year and that figure is expected to rise as the population ages. But how long do artificial joints last? And how can you tell whlther you're getting the best treatment available? If you have questions to ask or a story to tell join Barbara Myers and her guest
Peter Earnshaw by telephone on [number removed] or e-mail:checkup@bbC.CO.Uk
Producer Paula McGrath
Dylan Winter brings back compelling stories from the frontline of the construction industry.
4: Mobile Cranes Sling Their Hook. The crane industry has been transformed by the astonishing technical advances made in the design of ever larger mobile cranes, known also as "taxi cranes" because of the way they go from job to job.
Global warming is slowing the world down! Quentin Cooper talks to the scientists who believe that the days are getting longer because of the way climate change alters the Earth's rotation.
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Paul Whitehouse. Paul Jackson talks to the star of The Fast Show, Ted and Ralph and Happiness, about nis life, loves and Johnny Depp. Producer Mario Stylianides
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: A selection of audio cassettes and CDs featuring compilations from The Fast Show series and also a live stage version are available from all good retailers and from www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed]
By Meera Syal.
4: Tania, Sunita and Chila haven't seen each other since Tania's screening. But Tania has been secretly seeing a lot of Deepak. All parts played by Meera Syal and Sanjeev Bhaskar.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Ian Buruma concludes the story of the postwar occupation of Japan. American culture - from the boogie-woogie to steamy romantic movies - became the rage. Meanwhile Japanese women embraced the new rights brought by General Douglas
MacArthur's team, voting in their millions in the country's first free elections. Leftists and labour activists took advantage of their new rights to campaign and to strike. But as the Cold War set in, the American authorities began to regret both encouraging the left and demobilising Japan's army. As the occupation ended, the perceived threat to Japan was no longer feudalism, but communism. Producer Hugh Levinson
The Moment of Truth? Five years ago, Tony Blair 's advisers warned that the wealthy were on the brink of breaking nearly 50 years of consensus in support ofthe welfare state. As the government contemplates tax rises to support public services, David Walker asks if we've reached the moment of truth.
Producer Michael Blastland Editor Nicola Meyrick Rptd Sun 9.30pm
How do trainers know which of their horses has the potential to be a winner? They often invest large amounts of time and money in a racehorse that never comes in first. Stud stables are now turning to the geneticists to tell them which distance might best suit a horse. Presented by Geoff Watts. Producer Alexandra Feachem
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