5: Doing What Comes Naturally. Jonathan Miller discusses organ transplants and the developments in our understanding of the body's immune system which makes them possible. But, as increased organ transplantation implies a growing dependency on our fellow citizens for a regular supplyof organs, there are some who argue that we must find ways of increasing the availability of body parts for transplantation.
Should we be entitled to remain intact after death? Producer John Watkins Repeated at9.30pm
Presented by the Very Rev Ken Riley. Ye Holy Angels Bright (Darwall's 148th). Matthew 28, wl-8 Magdalena (Brahms). O Sons and Daughters (arr Steven Russell). With the Coventry Blue Coat Church of England School Choir. Director of music Philip Formstone.
From the streets of the garrison town ofTerezin,
Jeremy Hardingtells the story of the extraordinary Jewish musical life that flourished there in the dark times of the Second World War, when a Nazi concentration camp was established in the town. It suited the Nazis to have a "show camp" to display to the Red Cross and other outside organisations; operas and jazz cabarets were regularly performed. Many pieces of music composed duringthe period survive - but the truth was that once the delegations had left, the performers were sentto Auschwitz. Producer Tim Dee
By Mark Homer , Carolina Giammetta and Ray Kilby. Suzie is beginning to feel good again, putting her life back together afterthe acrimonious split from Chris, her long-term boyfriend. Until one day he turns up on her doorstep, asking to be taken back. A bittersweet story of the collapse of a relationship.
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Barbara Myers is joined by a leading dermatologist to answer listeners' questions about itchy skin conditions. Eczema, dermatitis, allergic reactions and even pregnancy can all cause itchy skin.
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Julie Peasgood appeals on behalf of the charity Jeans for Genes, which raises money forchildren with genetic disorders.
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4: Water on the Brain. As a prisoner of war in the Far East, engineer Bill Phillips had a remarkable time making electrical gadgets to help his fellow inmates. Later, in London afterthe war, the New Zealander designed the world's first and only hydraulic computer. For details see Monday
While bacteria can sometimes make toxic waste more dangerous, bugs, if they're used wisely, could be the answer to all ourwaste concerns.
When we dump waste in soil or water, bacteria get busy, either breaking it down or spreading it around. Quentin Cooper asks experts whether it is possible to harness the power of these friendly organisms - without encouraging the unfriendly ones.
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The comedy series from Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins.
Catch up with the adventures of spoilt Harriet and her pushy Aunt in the second part of Jane Austen's lost novella Sweet Fanny Adams, meet some very grumpy French au pairs and sample a special preview performance by the Ukranian entrant in next year's Eurovision Song Contest.
the Winners and Losers in a Quarter-century of Investing
To celebrate 25 years of Money Box, this week Chris A'Court reflects on how the programme has covered major developments in personal finance - and how these have impacted on people and wealth in the past quarter of a century. Producer Penny Haslam
Not a Drop to Drink Alex Kirby discovers why the programme to deliver clean water and electricity to the developing world, has suddenly stalled. Can the major lenders can be persuaded to adapt their policies? Producer Alasdair Cross
Keith, Dan and Francis continue their mission to make the world a safer, fairer, kinder place - even if they have to kill a few people along the way. This week the team hijacks a BBC outside broadcast vehicle to take their anti-driving message on the road. Starring Dave Lamb , Jim North , Nick Walker and Richie Webb. Producer Gareth Edwards
One Day in Lincolnshire. An almost random selection of contrasting aspects of county life, linked by a flight in a light aircraft. The ultimate impression is that Lincolnshire is characterised much more by its people than by places. Producer Nigel Hallam
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