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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 John Bell.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. By Benjamin Woolley. Read by Hannah Gordon. From Latin into English. Culpeper destroys the doctors' monopoly on knowledge. "I saw ancient people coming to me, sick, and coughing, and crying out, 'Forthe Lord's sake, help us!' sawyoung children.... desiring me to give them the grounds of physic in their mother tongue. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Newseries 1/7. A civilian plane crash in northern Norway at the height of the Cold War is still a source of much controversy, with many Norwegians believing the accident involved British military planes on a secret mission. Paul Henley investigates the rumours that surround the crash, talking to bereaved relatives, witnesses, pilots and investigators, and asks whether the truth about the accident is still a victim of the Cold War.
Producer Jennie Walmsley Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
The Life of Patrick Hamilton. It's a world of seedy boarding-houses, third-class railway compartments, dance halls and fleapit cinemas. This was the world that author Patrick Hamilton observed and wrote about. Biographer Nigel Jones celebrates the centenary of Hamilton's birth and his achievements in capturing English low-life. Producer Angela Hind
Two sisters are separated by tragic but commonplace events afterthe First World War.
Many years later, they find each other again but the reunion does not bring the moment of sweetness each might have exnected. Written by Clare Bayley
Director Deborah Bruce
3/6. Headaches. Barbara Myers puts listeners' questions on migraine, cluster headaches and neuralgia, and the latest drugs to treat them, to Peter Goadsby of the Headache Group at the Institute of Neurology in London. producer Anna Buckley Phone: [number removed] email checkup@bbc, co.uk
4/5. Not Superman by Alison Clink , performed by John Telfer. Gavin is a foster child. And when he runs away from home it seems that he has taken his problems with him. it's only a few years later that his foster dad realises that he managed to help Gavin through after all. Fordetails see Monday
Do you have two left feet or are you a bit of a Fred Astaire or a Ginger Rogers ? If you're all fingers and thumbs when it comes to co-ordinating your hands and feet then Material World could provide a helpful hint. Quentin Coopertakes a turn with the experts as he investigates how neuroscientists are using ballet dancers to understand how our brain perceives and processes movement. Producer Pamela Rutherford
Teachers strive to give everything to their pupils, and students always admire a great teacher, but what happens when they fall in love? In this revealing programme, Rosie Goldsmith takes a frank and in-depth look at the secret affairs that can ignite in the Classroom. Producer Sarah Cuddon
Newseries 1/4. The Government says we should be taking more responsibility for our health while public health officials are always keen to show us how to modify ourlifestyles accordingly. But how easily can the nation's health be improved by exhortation and education? David Walker assesses the effectiveness of health promotion and asks whether it's likely to deliver better and more equitable health outcomes.
Editor Nicola Meyrick Producer Dennis Sewell Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
4/5. By Jules Verne. Robert Gwilym continues to read this delightful social satire set in the Flemish hamlet of Quiquendone, where a plan to install a new street-lighting system has led to an extraordinary chain of events.
Preparations for a war. Fordetails see Monday
3/4. Pop excess is the stuff of legends, but sometimes it just gets a bit too much. Mitch Benn continues his journey through the showbiz glitz and backstage litter of pop music with John Peel impersonator Robin Ince and professional Geordie, Alfie Joey.
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