Ten years ago the city of Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina was torn apart by war as ethnic groups destroyed each other. The Mostar Sinfonietta is now bringing them backtogetherthrough its music and attracts performers of international repute to guide them. Virtuoso violinist Ruth Waterman travels to Mostar to encourage the players to even greater heights and discovers through their music that there are no barriers between people at all. producer Angela Hind
nThe first in a new four-part series, written by and starring Mervyn Stutter , sees Chantal's body clock ticking. She knows she must have a baby and she desperately needs to find a mate. Pamela remembers that feeling only too well. So does Mervand he wishes he didn't. But for Chantal the hunt for a suitable piece of trouser is on! With Lill Roughley , John Challis and Tracy-Ann Oberman. producer Mario styiianides
The Profits and Politics of Parking. With car ownership increasing, parking spaces are at a premium and getting more scarce. Who decides how parking spaces are managed? A report from the ticketing capital of England asks whether councils should be tougher with motorists who break the rules. With Liz Barclay and John Waite.
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Emily Buchanan with the best of English-language radio around the globe. This week's programme is dedicated to outdoor pursuits: the continuing farming crisis in Zimbabwe, the chickens in the US who nearly laid golden eggs, and how the birds and the bees influenced a musician in New Zealand. Producer Leonida Krushelnycky Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
The last of six dramas starring David Threlfall as the murder-solving priest. 6: Far Pavilions
By Martin Meenan. Paolo finds that Irish cricket and fair play are not synonymous when he discovers foul play at an unfriendly charity match.
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n Catholic writer Margaret Hebblethwaite and Jesuit priest Carlos de la Cruz reflect on the events of Jesus's Passion as they describe the 18th-century collection of indigenous carvings in Santa Maria de Fe, aformer Jesuit mission in southern Paraguay. Producer Stephen Shipley
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Christopher Cook introduces an emotional account oftheEasterstoryasportrayedbyamasterpieceof religious poetry, the Stabat Mater Dolorosa, which looks at the Crucifixion from the perspective of the Virgin Mary. With contributions from writers, historians, musicians and religious figures. Producer Michael Surcombe
Michael Rosen presents the programme about words and the way we speak. A Bit ofthe Other. Some reflections on the language of sex and seduction. And does anyone still speak "BBC English"? Producer Simon Elmes Repeated Sunday at 8.30pm
The team are back to slap the media monkey vigorously with the glove of satire. Starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis with Marcus Brigstocke , Emma Kennedy , Jon Holmes and Mitch Benn. Producer Adam Bromley Repeated on Saturday at 12.30pm
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By EF Benson, adapted by Ned Sherrin. 5: Spirits The inhabitants of Riseholme return to their old allegiance and Lucia's autocratic control is thwarted once more. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Clarke chairs the discussion as an audience at Goodenough College, London, puts questions on issues of the week to a panel that includes the Conservative candidate for London Mayor
Steve Norris , the Liberal Democrat spokesman on foreign affairs Lord Wallace of Saltaire and the biographer and historian Gitta Sereny.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated on Saturday at 1.15pm
By Anthony Neilson. As Elaine and her father sit by her dying mother's hospice bed, Elaine finds the prolonged contact with her father a strain. And as otherfamily members arrive, she begins to notice worrying similarities in the family's behaviour. A black comedy about the way ruinous relationships and mental illness pass from one generation to the next.
John Sergeant 's nomination for a great life is the author of Swallows and Amazons, Arthur Ransome. Joining him is Ransome's biographer, Hugh Brogan , and the daughter of one of the original Swallows,
Barbara Altounyan. Chaired by Humphrey Carpenter. Producer Miles Warde
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