2: Yorkshire Dictionary of Dialect, Tradition and Folklore. Simon Fanshawe finds out whether the premier reference work for Yorkshire dialect is keeping abreast of the street speech of Harrogate and Rochdale in the 21st-çentury, or if it's in danger oflanguishing among the lost languages of yesteryear. Producer Mark Smalley
2: Fairy Tale of New York. Pete McCarthy is invited to give a reading in New York, only to discoverthatthe venue is a barfull of drunken Certicfootball supporters. For detailssee yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley. O Christ, Who
Art the Light and Da), (Robert Whyte ). Christ, Whose
Glory Fills the Skies (Ratisbon). Luke 9, w28-36. o Nata Lux (Tallis). Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
(Blaenwern). Director of music Graham Eccles.
Rituals provide us humans with some of our most spectacular and meaningful events, but why do we perform them? Dr Gillian Rice probes into the world of animal and human ritual behaviour to see whether we are only obeying a natural instinct. Producer Mary Colwell
Two programmes in which John Sergeant rummages through the archives of political comedy
1: And I Look UptoHim.The 1960s sawan explosion of political comedy, yet in the 1970s it almost disappeared - why? John Sergeant explores how political comedy is unique to the social and political conditions of its time and talks with Ian Hislop about what effect satire has - or hasn t- had. Producer Graham Frost
Tim Healey reaches for the musical extremes of pitch and tempo - including a piece that reaches an incredible 111 notes per second and the vocal depths obtained by a bass Russian Orthodox monk
-andtheiremotional, psychological and physical effects on performer and listener. Producer Dilly Barlow
By Val Syms. It's 1956 and 11-year-olds Brenda and Pat plan to spend their Sunday having adventures.
But Pat's Mum insists they take baby Dominic along. This never happened to the Famous Five!
Director Chris Wallis
2: Flamingos by Jake Elliot. A London photographer travels to a remote village to photograph the astonishingly coloured flamingos that are said to migrate there every year. But how can anything so exotic be found in such colourless surroundings? Read by Jenna Russell.
2: It's late February and the swallow is on her way north through Africa. Having left the Transvaal behind, she flies through Kenya's Masai Mara, where she almost perishes in a tropical storm, and Onwards to Lake Victoria. For details see yesterday
Rosie Boycott and her guests, playwright
Peter Nichols and author Christopher Matthew , entertain an audience at the recent Ways with Words Festival at Dartington Hall, where they discuss three of their favourite paperbacks. Producer Viv Beeby Repeated Sun llpm
Meet Giles Wemmbley Hogg , upper middle-class investigator of cultural diversity. 2: This week Giles goes off to ... the Arctic. Written and conceived by Marcus Brigstocke and Jeremy Salsby with additional material by Graeme Garden.
Producer David Tyler
The 20th century saw an explosion of Asian migration around the world. This three-part series analyses the changing loyalties and identities of ex-patriot Asians. 1: Jaitinder Verma looks at how separation from loved ones affects the family.
From fourth-generation Japanese Brazilians to Asian workers in Dubai, he finds out how high the personal price of migration can be. Producer Linda Pressly Repeated Sunday 5pm
Feet. The fracture of David Beckham 's metatarsal drop-kicked a three-inch foot bone from relative obscurity into the full glare of the media spotlight. But that's just one of 26 bones in the foot and one injury amongst many other, far less glamorous, podiatric ailments. If you have a foot problem, what can you do and who should you see about it?
Dr Graham Easton paces out a practical guide to yourfeet and howto look afterthem.
Producer Paula McGrath E-MAIL: email@example.com
Repeated Wednesday 4.30pm
2: The Spice of Life. The aromas of spices fuel the imagination and theirtastes, smells, textures and colours are essential to feelings of contentment and wellbeing. Families, students and people working in the food industry describe how turmeric, cumin, ginger and chilli are much more than just a flavour. Producer Kirsten Adkins
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