Presented by Jenni Murray. Clare Boylan talks about her new book Emma Brown , based on two previously unpublished chapters of a Charlotte Bronte novel.
10.45 The Tall One Part 3. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Londonderry has a turbulent history, cross-fertilised by Irish, English and Scots cultures. Julian Richards explores the many layers of Derry's history and development from pagan times, through the introduction of Christianity and the Ulster Plantations to the famous siege of 1689, which still reverberates today, and on to the more recent events of Bloody Sunday.
By William Cooper. Continuing this four-part dramatisation of the ground-breaking comic novel exploring the lives and loves of a schoolmaster and his friends in pre-war Leicester. 3: False Alarm Myrtle thinks she may be pregnant and Steve acquires a girlfriend.
Director David Blount
More puzzles from Chris Maslanka and the panel.
On this week's panel are crossword compiler Anne Bradford , puzzle setter David Bodycombe and former British chess champion William Hartston. Send in puzzles and answers to puzzle.panel@bbC.cO.ukor
Puzzle Panel, BBC Radio 4. London WlA 1M Producer Clare Csonka
A re-run four-part series of David Ashton 's popular detective stories, set in Victorian Edinburgh. 2: Wild Justice. McLevy is haunted by a ghost from his past, a criminal spectre who stretches his bony hand towards him, hungryforrevenge.
Director Patrick Rayner (R)
3: The Notorious Daughters of Venus by Cen Jordan. A writer is persuaded that two local spinsters are practising black magic - how else will the village become famous? Read by Eiry Thomas. For details see Monday
In the last of Laurie Taylor 's sociological tour of Cape Town he looks at the issue of land and poverty. Social researchers Ruth Hall and Sue Tilley from the University of the Western Cape take Taylor to the farmlands of Stellenbosch to discuss the issue of restoring land to those who were previously deprived of the right of ownership. Producer Tony Phillips
About eight million people in the UK have osteoarthritis. This programme investigates how much we really know about this condition, evaluates what works in the areas of treatment and prevention and reveals the latest in osteorarthritis research. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
Comedy drama by David Spicer about modern life and parenthood as seen through the eyes of two
30-something non-parents. 1: Afteryet another late night, Lucy decides it's time for them to shape up and get fit. But having managed to drag Daniel along with her to the gym how can she persuade him to leave? Starring Liz Carling and David Tennant , with Samantha Spiro and Tony Gardner. Producer Liz Anstee (R)
New series Whose Body Is it Anyway? With 40,000 people in Western Europe waiting fortransplants and only 10,000 organs available, should we be rethinking howto meet the demand? Is ittime to create a legal market in organs or should our bodies be given to the state after death so that our organs may be harvested? Presented by Nick Ross. Producer Sara Nathan Repeated on Satuday at 10.15pm
Heather Couper uncovers the mysteries of Mars. 2: Fourth Rock from the Sun
Is there water on Mars? Is there life on Mars or is it just an inhospitable desert? With readings by Michael Perceval-Maxwell . producer Monise Durrani
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