With John Humphrys and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25,7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and Susan Hulme.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Anne Atkins.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
4/4. University Vice-Chancellors. Vice-chancellors from different universities in different circumstances discuss with Gavin Eslerthe highs and lows of husbanding higher education. Oxford's Sir Colin Lucas is joined by Roderick Roud from London Metropolitan, and Diana Green , vice-chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University. Producer Jane Beresford Repeated at9.30pm
5/5. Long ignored by psychologists, the emotions are now being re-examined by social scientists.
Hope. Claudia Hammond takes an optimistic turn and looks at hope, the emotion that's essential if we're to keep going. Producer Marya Burgess
Presented by the Rev Roger Hutchings. At the Name of Jesus (Evelyns). Philippians 2, w4-ll. 0 Saviour of the World (Goss). From Heaven You Came
(Kendrick). With the choir of Blue Coat CE School, Coventry. Director of music Philip Formstone.
Dr Sue Black is a forensic anthropologist who has worked all over the world. She can identify the deceased through her detailed knowledge of bones, even when she is faced with a thousand pieces.
Edi Stark meets her on the eve of one her greatest challenges: a mission to Iraq.
2/4. CosiFanTutte. Huw Edwards examines Mozart's immensely popular comic opera set in Naples but mirroring the concerns facing the troubled world of Enlightenment Vienna, where Joseph ll's dream of a secular morality was fading. Producer Deborah Preston
1/2. Trauma. Thestoryoftheoperationthatsaw 50-year-old ex-boxer Louis Washkansky receive the heart of a young woman, when Christiaan Barnard and his team of surgeons performed the first human heart transplant in Cape Town, South Africa, in December 1967. Written by Jonathan Holloway and narrated by Rosie Goldsmith. Continues tomorrow.
Producer/Director Jeremy Howe
2/5. The first of three interlinked stories is set in Paris in the early 1940s. Edouard, an idealistic young student, marries Magdalena, a flamboyant Catholic-Jewish actress, purely to give her his name and to ensure she never has to wear a yellow Star. Read by David Collins.
(For details see yesterday)
2/5. Richard Munyerango is a Tutsi who lived in exile in Uganda for most of his life, but returned to
Rwanda after the genocide. His first response was to adopt three Hutu children and work tirelessly towards reconciliation. For details see yesterday
Today's programme looks at the upcoming corporate killing legislation and asks whether it will make it easier to put company directors in the dock. And how would you like to work for a company where you can take as much paid leave as you like? Sounds too good to be true? Perhaps it is. Presented by Philippa Lamb. Producer Rosamund Jones
7/9. Matt Lucas and David Walliams continue their skewed look at life in Britain. Olivier Laurence applies for the role of Macbeth and Ralph Burnett runs into his Lottery-winning neighbour. Narrated by Tom Baker. With Elliot Gonzalez , Samantha Power and Paul Putner.
Music by David Arnold Producer Ashley Blaker
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2/5. By Daphne du Maurier , adapted by Robin Brooks. Maria has an affairwith a mysterious celebrity and Niall falls under the spell of an older woman.
For details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
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Twenty years after reporting on the Miners' Strike, Triona Holden returns to Brampton in south
Yorkshire, where the dispute began. She finds out what happened to those involved - striking miners, those who returned to work, miners' wives and the police - and how their lives have been rebuilt, and asks whether it was indeed worth fightingto save the pit communities and whether old enemies have been forgiven. Producer Jim Frank Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
4/4. Hip replacements and heart procedures such as angioplasty and bypass surgery are keeping the over-60s active. Cataract operations are giving back clarity of vision, and better dentistry is ensuring that more older people have their own teeth. Connie
St Louis reports on how medicine can fix some of the physical problems of old age.
Producer Paula McGrath Repeated tomorrow at4.30pm
4/4. Private eye Billy Rucker is now a suspect himself as the serial killer after the discovery in his flat of Dominic's body, murdered with a bottle.
Adapted by Doug Lucie from the book by Adam Baron.
Producer Janet Whitaker
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