Another chance to hear a series in which Paul Henley profiles five extraordinary Europeans. 3: Noel Godin is Brussels's notorious entarteur- pie thrower or "patisserie-terrorist" -who scored a direct hit on Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Does Godin havea serious agenda ? Producer Lucy Ash
Presented by the Rev Ernest Rea. Rejoice, the Year upon Its Way (Aeterna Christi Munera). Acts 2,
W14-21 Come, Holy Ghost (Attwood). Come Down,
0 Love Divine (DownAmpney). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
Uist Hedgehogs. Lionel Kelleway asks how the hedgehogs became such a problem on the island of Uist that a cull had to be instigated, and discovers what has happened to rescued hedgehogs. Repeated from yesterday
Thirty years after his death, Jimmy Clitheroe is best remembered for his long-running radio series The Clitheroe Kid. But less well known is Clitheroe's s long apprenticeship in variety theatre. Clitheroe's cousin, Irene Oxford , owns unique recordings of the diminutive comedian on stage, and, in this programme, his former co-star Brian Trueman talks to Oxford and listens to some of these recordings. Producer Libby Cross
Robert Sandall continues his investigation into musical tuning. Although Western music has adopted a system that divides an octave into 12 equal parts, other cultures have developed different systems. Sandall talks to Japanese and Middle Eastern musicians who argue that the use of microtones gives music greater expressive power. Producer John Watkins
Thelma Barlow plays Delphinium the fairy in another enchanting tale by Val Syms. Poor Nigel Parkes. It's his first school trip as a student teacher and he's got the class from hell, his tutor's paying a visit and Warren's grandma says she's a fairy- and she's got the wings to prove it.
Director Chris Wallis
In the last of the present series Heather Payton and guests discuss the purpose of education. Is its objective to provide a skilled workforce, orto create rounded individuals with a love of learning? Producer Kirsteen Hughes Editor Stephen Chilcott
By George Eliot. 7: A Pact with the Devil. Maggie nurses her father afterthe shock of finding out that he has lost his mill and lands to Lawyer Wakem causes a series of strokes. Meanwhile, Tom seeks work. roroetansseeyesteraay Kepeatearrom 10.45 am
The European sugar industry has long been kept sweet by a subsidy regime that costs consumers around £5 billion per year. But now, with EU proposals to reform the subsidy system and health warnings from the World Health Organisation that we should consume less sugar, is the industry facing a bitter future? Reporter Fran Abrams. Producer David Ross Repeated Sunday at 5pm
In the first of a new series, Connie St Louis looks at our changing bodies - are we falling apart? Greying hair, creaking joints and failing eyesight all seem to creep up on us in middle age. What causes these changes and is there anything we can do to prevent them, or at least reduce their impact? EMAIL: email@example.com
Producer Pamela Rutherford Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm How to hold back the years: page 41
Written by Marcus Brigstocke and Jeremy Salsby , with additional material by Graeme Garden. 4: This week Giles goes off to ... the Arctic.
Producer David Tyler
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