4: Afterthe Shout. Until recently the people who worked in the emergency services were not expected to be affected by the work they do. Now there are procedures in place to help workers cope, from "hot debriefs" to counselling. In the last in the series, emergency workers talk about what happens after the incident. Producer Elaine Walker Repeated at9.30pm
4: Sadness. Why do we cry? Does a good cry leave us feeling better? Can bottling it up be bad? Claudia Hammond investigates the unhappiest emotion of all and discovers that depressed people are just more realistic than the rest of us. Producer Marya Burgess
By Pete McCarthy , abridged in five parts and read by the author. In the sequel to his bestselling McCarthy's Bar, the author pursues mythical tales of his own clan history down a highway of unlikely twists and improbable turns. 1: McCarthy's Casbah McCarthy arrives in Tangier in search of his hereditary Gaelic clan chief. Producer Sarah Rowlands Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Canon Noel Vincent. Hail, Gladdening Light (Sebaste). Light ofthe World (Wavendon). Exodus 24, wl2-18. For Behold, Darkness Shall Coverthe Earth (Handel). Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken (Abbots Leigh). Director of music Jeffrey Makinson.
Michael Bakewell 's dramatisation concludes.
5: Is Poirot goingto solve the mysteries surrounding the house party in Cornwall? He is yet to find out that another murder has taken place.
Director Enyd Williams
I The first of six weekly plays on the theme of love.
1: The God of Love by Michael Butt. To help get her wayward daughter Angie into a Church of England school. Marcy seeks religious instruction from
Richard. But Richard is more interested injazzthan Jesus, so Marcy finds her plans thoroughly complicated by comedy and romance.
Director Marc Beeby
Five original stories by unpublished writers.
1: Diss Grace by Laura Marney. Donna is gradually estranged from her friends as marriage and babies consume them. She is single and left behind.
Unexpectedly, she finds comfort in church-going, until one day she is spotted coming out of church by one of the old gang and makes an excuse about what she is doing there. She realises she has come to a crossroads. What does she do? Read by Tracy Wiles.
By Stephen Moss. Bill Paterson narrates a five-part series following the migration of a swallow from the southern tip of South Africa to a village in Scotland. The story is backed by sound recorded on location. 1: By mid-February the urge to leave the hippos and fish eagles on the banks of the Limpopo river is impossible to ignore.
Sound recordist Chris Watson Producer Sarah Blunt
Julian Clary , Clement Freud , Tony Hawks and Paul Mertonjoin chairman Nicholas Parsons in Cornwall fortonight'sshow.
Producer Claire Jones Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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Mark Lawson reviews Tom Stoppard 's new trilogy of plays, The Coast of Utopia, which follows the lives of a group of 19th-century Russian writers, revolutionaries and political thinkers. Producer Nicola Holloway
By Bill Murphy. A detective thriller in five parts about the hunt for a serial killer obsessed with mathematics. 1: When a frantic father asks for DS Sue Manson's help in finding his missing daughter, the only clue they have is a jumble of letters on the back of a poster
Other parts played by members of the cast. DirectorTanya Nash Repeat of 10.45am
The second of two programmes recorded by Jonathan Dimbleby in Ethiopia almost 30 years after he first reported the "unknown"famine of 1973. Ethiopia is entering a new age of political development, though the people face overwhelming challenges: not only food shortages and poverty, but a million children who have lost their parents to Aids. Yet remarkably, despite all the fears, he finds a country full of hope. Producer Virginia Crompton
Brazil. Olenka Frenkiel examines Brazil's Amazon frontier, where modern slaves are trapped in debt bondage and forced labour, cutting down the rainforest to make way for cattle ranches. Can Brazil keep its promise to get rid of slavery by the end of the year? Repeatof Thursday 11am
By Ronald Frame , abridged in ten parts by Alison Joseph. Eilidh Brogan reflects on love and art as she looks back on her life with the Scottish artist Colin Brogan in the south of France. 1: Edinburgh. The story begins with her childhood in Scotland. Read by Eileen McCallum. Producer GaynorMacfarlane
A series of documentaries every day this week, capturing the defining characteristics of people and places as heard on the BBC's local and national radio networks. 1: On Ilkley Moor Baht 'At. What spell does this West Yorkshire song hold over authors
Blake Morrison and Arnold Kellett , the participants in the Ilkley Moorfell race, a man looking for aliens, a couple who courted on the moor over 65 years ago and a Sikh family who regularly visit the moor? Producer Ruth Hickman
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