Fiona Shaw puts her earto the keyhole of a Victorian parlour. 2: The Sweet Sounds of Home. The home was revered during the Victorian era. The Angel in the House was the ideal - promoted enthusiastically by Dickens - but what was it really like inside the domestic idyll? ProducerBethO'Dea
Presented by the Very Rev Ken Riley. Praise to the Holiest in the Height (Gerontius). Hebrews 2, w14-18. Litany to the Holy Spirit (Hurford). Freedom Is Coming (Trad). Director of music Richard Tanner.
Another outing forthe programme, presented by David Stafford , that went out last year to mark the 75th anniversary of the electric jukebox. He looks at the evolution of the glamorous, glowing box in the corner, which made coffee bars exciting places to be and launched a thousand teenage love affairs. in the programmme, design guru Stephen Bayley describes it as "curvaceous and flirtatious with come-hither eyes and a James Dean attitude." Avid collectors of the fantastically decorated machines include Nerys Hughes and Cilia Black. Producer Vicky Shepherd
Otello. H uw Edwards concludes his four-part series with an examinaton of the social and political events behind Verdi's opera. He finds that the composer's setting of Shakespeare's tragedy has its roots in the Italian unification movement and in the struggle for musical supremacy in a Wagner-dominated world. Producer Kerry Chapman
By Alice Oswald. Winner of the 2002 TS Eliot Prize,
Dart is a poem that charts the river Dart from source to estuary to form a songline of river in verse. Moving between the everyday and the mythical, between exquisite natural beauty and the realities of water filtration at a sewage works, Dart offers a portrait of a place, a time and a riverwith extraordinary insight and beauty. Performed by Tom Goodman-Hill , Gareth Thomas and Joanna Tope. Producer Gaynor Macfarlane
2: The Debussy Suite, The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne.
Allan Beswick talks to academic
Richard Langham Smith about the circumstances of Claude Debussy's visitto Eastbourne. In 1905 the composertravelled to the seaside town with his pregnant mistress, Emma Bardac. He had left his wife Lily behind in France and the newspapers were buzzing with the scandal. Langham Smith imagines Debussy's state of mind as, in a large room overlooking the sea, he put the finishing touches to his masterpiece, La Mer. For details see yesterday
Another edition of the panel game in which someone stands to leave the studio 99p richerthan when they came in. Hosted by Sue Perkins and featuring
Armando lannucci and Simon Pegg. Written by Kevin Cecil , Andy Riley and Jon Holmes. Producer David Tyler
Mark Lawson talks to Dave Eggers, the American writer whose memoir, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, became a bestseller. His new book is a novel in which two young Americans tour the world, trying to give away money.
By Marie Vassiltchikov. Through the diaries of a spirited young woman who becomes involved in the plot to assassinate Hitler, a picture of wartime Germany emerges.
2: Missie gets ajob working forthe Third Reich, and is fascinated by her new boss.
Fordetails see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
Medical mistakes around childbirth contribute to the deaths - on average - of four babies every day.
Tonight Matthew Hill investigates the main causes and asks why Britain still lags behind other European countries in its standards of neo-natal care. Producer Sarah Lewthwaite Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
In the aftermath of bad publicity, the much maligned and misunderstood branch of medicine called pathology continues to underpin modern medicine. In the first of two programmes, pathologists talk to Sue Armstrong about their feelings and emotions, their motivation and drive, and how as individuals they deal with life and death.
Penelope Wilton continues reading from Penelope Lively 's new novel, abridged in ten parts by Sally Marmion. 7: Despite decisive action, Kath is becoming more of a presence in Elaine's life. For details see yesterday
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