Hannah Gordon continues to read the story by Adam Nicolson of the people and politics behind the King James Bible. Abridged in five parts by Peter Everett. 4: Passion and Puritans For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord (Trad, arr
Chilcott). Matthew 27, w33-44. 0 Mortal Man
(Trad, arr Scott). When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (Rockingham). Di rector of music Gordon Stewart.
Spain. More than 60 years afterthe event, mass graves from the Spanish Civil War are being excavated. Mariusa Reyes finds out why it's taken
Spain this long to start confronting an ugly side of its past. She also has a dip in the first Moorish bath house for 500 years, and she finds out why the Spanish smoke more than anyone else in the EU.
Producer Arlene Gregorius Editor Hugh Levinson Rptd Mon 8.30pm
Growing up in the court of Henry VIII , Elizabeth I acquired a love of music that would inspire herto create a musical establishment reflecting the splendour of her own international court.
Terry Edwards investigates the sacred and secular music surrounding Elizabeth in the light of the cultural, political and religious upheavals of her reign. Producer Deborah Preston
With Liz Barclay and John Waite. Including an investigation into the growth of "blue-badge theft". Thieves steal the disabled parking passes and sell them on the black market to unauthorised drivers who then avoid parking and London's congestion charges. The report kicks off a series on the economics of parking, including a search for the most expensive car park in Britain. Producer Paraic O'Brien
By Jane Cassidy. A retired judge decides he has little time left for happiness, so when he falls in love with a retired teacher he leaves his wife of 50 years, much to the disapproval of his children. nirprtnrPam Rriphtnn (RI
Stewart Henderson presents the problem-solving show that helps provide some answers to those irritating questions from everyday life. Phone [number removed] or email email@example.com. Producer Joanne Coombs
4: The Wife and a Half. By Angela Huth. A woman's solid marriage is threatened when she falls passionately and hopelessly for her husband's colleague. Read by Susannah York. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
Mariella Frostrup talks to the writer Ruth L Ozeki , whose new novel is a family saga of love, betrayal and genetically modified crops. And three writers explain why the King James Bible inspires them. Repeated from Sunday at 4pm
rThis week's programme is a special edition in which the listeners decide the topic of scientific enquiry. Quentin Cooper chooses some of the weirdest, most interesting and trickiest questions to put to a panel of experts in the studio.
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The sketch show about life, written and performed by people who've lived it a bit. Starring Eleanor Bron , Clive Swift , Graeme Garden , Roger Blake , Neil Innes and Paula Wilcox. With music from Neil Innes and Ronnie and the Rex. Producer Claire Jones
By EF Benson, adapted by Ned Sherrin. 4: Un Po di Musica. The arrival of prima donna Olga Bracely threatens Lucia's position forthe cultural throne of Riseholme. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
... George Washington Had Lost the American War of Independence? Professor Chris Andrew and guests come up with some surprising insights into what might have happened if the American Revolution had failed. Could a British victory have affected the events in France that led to the execution of Louis XVI? Producer Mark Smalley
Great Expectations. The Government claims that record amounts of cash are already being pumped into schools and hospitals. But is the money doing any good? Julian Le Grand asks whether Labour's promise to improve public services is on track and whether we overestimate the power of politicians to deliver. Editor NicolaMeyrick Repeated on Sunday at9.30pm
Comedy by Andrew McGibbon and Nick Romero about a man who can't stop breaking into song, starring Suggs, Bob Monkhouse and Bill Nighy.
4: After falling over and knocking himself out, Tom - and the band in his head - awakes to find himself in a strange world where castrati singers are all the rage. Tom Suggs
Music by Andrew McGibbon. Nick Romero and Suggs Producers Andrew McGibbon and Dawn Ellis
3: Rainer Hersch explores the musical comedy of soprano and comedian Anna Russell , of Peter Schickele (creator of PDQ Bach, the unrecognised genius of the Bach family), of Spike Jones , and of Morecambe and Wise. For details see Tuesday
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