With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Mark D'Arcy and Sean Curran.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Dom Antony Sutch.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
With the Rev Peter Whittaker. We Sing the Praise of Him Who Died (Bow Brickhill). Hebrews 11, w39-end;12,wl-3. 0 Lord, Increase Our Faith (Loosemore). For All the Saints (Sine Nomine).
With Portsmouth Grammar School Choir. Director of music James Henderson.
Javier Lizarzaburu returns to his native Peru to see the effects of America's war on drugs. The USA is spending more than $140 million there this year to eradicate coca, the raw material from which cocaine is made. But coca production is on the increase and for the first time the coca farmers, led by their new leader, Nancy Obregon, are making their voices heard. Javier travels to a remote region in the Amazonian rainforest to meet Nancy and hear her case against the USA's policy and also to Washington to discuss the issue with top officials there.
(Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm)
A hundred years afterthe publication of Erskine Childers 's spy and sailing classic, The Riddle or we
Sands, David Lomax investigates the facts behind the Edwardian bestseller that warned of the dangers posed by the Kaiser's Germany. Producer Penny Arnold
By John Fletcher. The young Dylan Thomas spent much of the Second World War in a pub in Newquay, Carmarthenshire, unable to write. The challenge of a returning soldier shocks him out of his writer's s block. This is the first programme in a season marking the 50th anniversary of the poet's death.
Producer Alison Hindell
Stewart Henderson presents the last in the series of problem-solving programmes that helps to provide some answers to those intriguing questions from everyday life. PHONE: [number removed]
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Joanne Coombs
Soundscape: The Serengeti March
4: Having survived the treacherous Mara River crossing, Kimbea and her calf cannot afford to relax as lions, cheetahs and hyenas constantly stalk the herd. They also have to contend with the grass fires on the dry plains: terrifying walls of flame that have to be negotiated. For details see Monday
In 1872, when the world's first oceanographic research ship, HMS Challenger, set sail, the ocean floor was a completely unknown world - and even today our knowledge is very patchy. As international scientists begin their new Integrated Ocean Drilling Programme, Quentin Cooper explores some of the outstanding mysteries of the deep. Producer Martin Redfern
High Culture. Simon Fanshawe 's cornucopia of comedy, quotations and literature. Simon and soprano Bill Wallis consider the meaning of art.
Eddie Izzard , Dudley Moore and Stanley Unwin offer helpful explanations. Producer PaulDodgson
The last of this series of three documentaries goes to Hertfordshire, where social workers have been replaced by Children, Schools and Families (CSF) workers. Jenny Cuffe follows CSFworker Chris Hall as she helps vulnerable pupils in a large comprehensive school. Is this to be the blueprint forthe future? Producer Smita Patel
All Aboard. The world's biggest ocean liner, the Queen Mary 2, is preparing for its maiden voyage in January 2004. It's notjust a ship - it's a water-borne city in the making. Peter Day hears from the people who are creating a new community on the waves.
Producer Sandra Kanthal Edrtor Stephen Chilcott Rptd Sun 9.30pm
In the decades after the Second World War, klystrons - high-tech machines that generate the microwaves used to accelerate electrons -were used to build particle accelerators that smashed matter into minute pieces. Now klystrons are being used as part of cancer therapy. Geoff Watts meets the researchers behind the latest generation of klystrons and discovers how they are used in hospitals today. Producer Andrew Luck-Baker EMAIL: email@example.com
By Karl Minns. 4: Where Egos Dare. The REM are gearing up for a big boxing match - Id versus
Superego. It's essential that the match be a draw so that Chester can maintain a healthy personality balance. What would happen to him if one of them won doesn't bearthinking about.
Music by the Neutrinos Producer Dawn Ellis
3.00 The Machine Gunners: Age 9-113.15 Maths Challenge: Mental Maths 3, 9-11 3.30 Children of Winter: 9-113.45 Word Games 3:9-114.00 Drama Workshop: 9-114.20 Dance Workshop: 9-114.40 Music Workshop: 9-11
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