3: Gray's Anatomy. Medical students have been studying this weighty volume for generations past.
As the 39th edition is being prepared for publication in 2004, Simon Fanshawe finds out how much it has changed over the years and how it still retains something of the first editor, Charles Gray , who launched it in the 1850s. Producer Mark Smalley
Presented by the Rt Rev Peter Firth. Give Thanks, with a Grateful Heart (Give Thanks). Luke 12, wl3-21. AmorJesu Dulcissime (Nanino). Take My Life, and Let It Be (Emma). With the Paul Leddington Wright Singers. Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
By Gavin Weightman. 2: "He who gives back at the first repulse....is not, andneverwillbe, a hero in love, war or business. "So wrote the Boston Ice King, Frederic Tudor. But by the summer of 1814, Tudor had been arrested three times for debt, jailed twice and the frozen water trade was in serious trouble. For details see yesterday Repeatd at 12.30am
Last year Libby and David Barnden were selected from hundreds of applicants to farm the remote Welsh island of Bardsey. They were committing themselves to life without running water, electricity ortelephone, and facing the very real possibility of being stranded for weeks at a time. In the first of two programmes, Sian Pari Huws documents the eventful early months as the castaways move themselves across to their new home. Producer Jeremy Grange
The second half of John Sergeant's rummagings through the archives of political comedy.
Mrs Thatch and a Dead Parrot. During the 1980s it was gloves off in the battle between satirists and authority. Rory Bremner reveals why he got into satire and John Sergeant looks at the work of Chris Morris and beyond. ProducerGrahamFrost
Army bands have a history that dates back hundreds of years and the Ministry of Defence is still Britain's largest employer of musicians. These skilled instrumentalists are involved in some ofthe country's great ceremonial events but they are also fully trained soldiers with a key wartime role. In a year which has seen military bandsmen and women take centre stage in the Jubilee, Petroc Trelawny meets new recruits and veterans of many a Trooping the Colour. And just how do you play the euphonium while On horseback? Producer Rachel Hopkin
By Debbie Oates. In front of a bubbling fishtank one summer, six-year-old Sammy tells Steph a secret: his plan to escape down the Manchester Ship Canal. But first he must turn into a fish, so together they prepare for Sammy's transformation.
With original music by Olly Fox Director Nadia Molinari
Richard Daniel presents the programme in which listeners follow up their environ mental concerns.
Producer Nick Patrick Write to: [address removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com PHONE: [number removed]
2: The Pleasure Cookers. Andrew Canning 's love of food was fed to him by his mother and he passed it on to his daughter, Sarah. Memories of growing up in herfather's kitchen sealed herfate to follow in her father's footsteps. For details see yesterday
Meet Giles Wemmbley Hogg , upper middle-class investigator of cultural diversity. 5: This week Giles goes off to ... Moscow. Written and conceived by Marcus Brigstocke and Jeremy Salsby with additional material by Graeme Garden.
Producer David Tyler
The boules man:
A three-part series analysing the changing loyalties and identities of overseas Asians worldwide. Asian communities have become key wealth generators around the globe. From the Koreans in Los Angeles to the dynamic Malaysian Chinese entrepreneurs,
JaitinderVerma finds out how business has thrived in spite Of ethnic tensions. Producer Allison Puranik Rptd Sun 5pm
Seizures. Epilepsy is perhaps the best known cause but there are many others - one in 20 of us suffer a seizure. With Graham Easton. Producer Paula McGrath E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Repeated Wednesday 4.30pm
7: The Map. Eight hundred yards of suburb through the eyes of eight year olds. The children of Our
Lady's Bishop Eton Primary School in Childwall, Liverpool, discuss a map of their local area.
Presented byRoger Philips. Producer Pauline McAdam
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