With James Naughtie and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and Robert Orchard.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Angela Tilby.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
3/4. A series that examines items belonging to famous people, found aftertheir deaths, that shed new light on them. Sister Wendy Beckett goes to Tate Britain in London to delve into JMW Turner's sketchbooks and talks to Turner biographer James Hamilton about the richness of the painter'swork and his surprising interest in erotic imagery. Producers Rachel White and Sera Lefroy Owen
Presented by Clair Jaquiss. Now the Green
Blade Riseth (Noel Nouvelet ). Mark 16, wl-6. The Angel Rolled the Stone Away (Shephard). Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem (St Fulbert). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
The composer Zoltan Kodaly was one of the great musical educators of the 20th century and he set up schools in his native Hungaryto teach his unique approach. He believed that learning music was a route through which emotionally, spiritually and intellectually well-rounded human beings could be nurtured. Ivan Hewett goes to Hungary to find out more about how and why Kodaly developed his musical-teaching philosophy and considers whether it has stood the test oftime. Producer Rachel Hopkin
By Alexis Zegerman. Alice spends her day recording animal sounds. Ronnie spends his caring for reptiles. When will they each start showing an interest in a fellow human being?
Producer/Director Peter Kavanagn
2/6. Andrew Dilnot takes his weekly look at the ways we use numbers to describe and argue about the world. Among the questions for this week's programme: what have the Government's attempts to improve performance in the public sector got to do with the collapse of the Soviet economy? Producer Michael Blastland
4/5. Three Stories and Ten Poems:
Ernest Hemingway. When in the early 1920s,
Ernest Hemingway 's wife lost his entire unpublished literary output on a Paris railway station platform, he was on the point of giving up all ambitions of being a writer. But an American expatriate published the rest of what he had left. For details see Monday
We assume that water is an essential ingredient of life and that without it life could not exist. But what if this central tenet of science is wrong?
Quentin Cooper investigates this intriguing possibility and discovers that life's intimate link with the "wet stuff" may not be as important as we once thought. What does this challenge to basic science mean for our search for life on Other planets? Producer Jonathan Fildes
9/10. AnotherVisit. Laurel has been accused of wearing pearls given to her by a soldier. Her dreadful Aunt Lindsey comes to school to try and get to the bottom of the situation.
For details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Christopher Okoh struck boxinggold in 1995 by winning the Commonwealth cruiserweight title. When his time in the ring was over he took on his next challenge-training to be a probation officer. "I thinkthe most common excuse for someone on probation not turning up for their appointment with me is their grandmother dying- 1 had to point out to one person that this was the third time this year his grandmother had died. "Jo Morris follows Okoh's new career. Producer Sarah Taylor
Fast Boat to China. A huge demand for vessel capacity has sent the cost of shipping rocketing.
It's a symbol of the way world trade is changing, says presenter Peter Day , and the implications are profound for global jobs, diplomacy and the way the world works. Producer Neil Koenig Repeated on Sunday
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