With John Humphrys and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With David Wilby and Sean Curran.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rt Rev Tom Butler.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
2/4 Church of England Vicars. Fourvicarsfrom different backgrounds talk to Gavin Esler about what it's like to work in the Church of England today.
Among them are a vicarfrom an inner-city parish, another who conducts his ministry through dinner parties and informal gatherings, and two clerics who hold opposing views on the ordination of women question. Producer Jane Beresford Repeated at 9.30pm
3/5 Long ignored by psychologists, the emotions are now being re-examined by social scientists.
Sympathy. Claudia Hammond ascertains whether empathy is merely an inferior version of sympathy. Producer Marya Burgess
2/5. Training at Rada. By lunchtime on the first day, Michael Simkins has been recommended for corrective therapy, oral surgery and warned off a plate of "slumgullion that may render him fit only for auditions of Fatty Arbuckle's life story. For more details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Six years ago naturalist Chris Packham entered a maelstrom of monarch butterflies. High in the Mexican forest, millions of black and orange wings beatabouthim. Packham returns forthis spectacular experience, but he begins to wonder whether he'll ever see the monarchs again.
Producer Mark Burman
Whenever the demands of court life allow, Judge Ray
Funk indulges himself in his true passion - cricket.
He has picked up an extensive knowledge, not in the pages of Wisden, but from the Trinidadian calypsonians who chronicle every bouncer and boundary in song. Producer Paul Evans
5/5. Detective series starring Annette Bad and and Margaret Tyzack , written by Sue Rodwel 1.
The Tunnel. Joan and her friends return from a day of shopping on the continent. onlytodiscoverthat a friend has died in suspicious circumstances.
Producer/Director Rosemary Watts
2/5. Star City: Route 66 in Birmingham. Paddy
Maguire meets a Somalian muslim who takes him to Europe's largest casino, where he bumps into a great Tamla Motown band on tour in the UK. For details see yesterday
4/6. Why are so many companies choosing to fill some oftheirtopjobs with temporary managers who are committing to stay for only a matter of months? Plus a report from some of the UK's building sites-cracking down on the bad practice that leads to ill-health. Producer Rosamund Jones
5/9. Matt Lucas and David Walliams continue their skewed look at life in Britain. This week ex-Mafia man Joey the Stool visits the library and Fat Fighters' leader Marjorie Dawes gets some bad news. Narrated by Tom Baker , With Jean Ainslie , Samantha Power and Paul Putner.
Music by David Arnold Producer Ashley Blaker
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Two years ago, File on 4 revealed details of a police investigation into the way HM Customs had handled major drugs cases. Now. Gerry Northam examines new claims of even more serious misconduct and asks whether this once great agency can survive further scandals. Producer JennyChryss Rptd Sunday 5pm
2/4. Connie St Louis discovers what can be done about the chronic conditions that can make lives a misery. She finds out that it is not necessaryto put up with the pains of osteoarthritis and the inability to hear. And she visits a sleep clinic where people are being taught to accept that they need much less sleep afterthe age of 60. Producer Paula McGrath Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/4. Starring David Morrissey in a dramatisation by Doug Lucie from the book by Adam Baron. Private eye Billy Rucker has been hired by Sir Peter Morant to investigate the particularly nasty murder of his brother Edward, an airline pilot.
Producer Janet Whitaker
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