New series 1/8. Judgingthe Truth. Clive Anderson and guests discuss key legal issues. They begin with this examination of one of the court's most important and difficult tasks - how judges andjuries decide whether or not someone is telling the truth. Does the "armchair psychology" used by legal fact-finders bear any resemblance to contemporary psychological research?
Producer Cathy Packe Repeated at 9.30pm
Newseries 1/5. Peter White refutes the idea that blind people miss out on beauty and compares notes with other visually impaired people about notions of what is beautiful. Today he explores the sounds, smells and textures involved in the simple act Of walking. Producer Cheryl Gabriel
Presented by Mark Coffey. There Is a Green Hill
Far Away (Horsley, arr Rose). Matthew 26, w36-46. Could Ye Not Watch with Me (Stainer). Praise to the Holiest (Gerontius). Director of music Richard Tanner.
2/5. A Friendship Among the Souls. May Gaskell is now 39. Her first and "best-loved" child Amy is almost grown-up, with looks and appeal that threaten to surpass her mother's. For more details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Richard Uridge discovers that in ten years, the building site as we know it may become the exception rather than the rule, and that builders who persist with traditional skills could soon be seen as dinosaurs.
1/2. From Billy Connolly to Max Boyce ,
Tony Capstickand Fred Wedlock, Dave Spikey traces the irresistible rise of the original stand-ups: the folk club comedians of the 1960s and 1970s.
Producer David Prest
3/4. Aida. Huw Edwards discovers how some of the greatest operatic masterpieces reflect the social, cultural and political circumstances of their age. Today, he looks at the most spectacular of all Verdi's operas, a tragic love story set against the dramatic backdrop of ancient Egypt. Producer Deborah Preston
A drama based on a true story of love and obstinacy. In 1772the author of an extraordinary autobiography, The History of the Female
Shipwright, has battles with her publisher over her right to tell her story in full. By Jennie Buckman.
Producer/Director Janet Whitaker
New series 1/13. Sue Cook returns to investigate another batch of listeners' history queries.
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Producers Ivan Howlett and Nick Patrick
2/4. Teflon. Wayne Hemingway investigates the slipperiest substance on Earth. What part did this weird, waxy polymer have to play in the building of the atom bomb? Featuring the Galloping Gourmet, now low-fat chef, Graham Kerr. For details see yesterday
8/9. Matt Lucas and David Walliams continue their skewed look at life in Britain. Hypnotist Kenny Craig visits a car-boot sale; St John 's Ambulance volunteer April faces a tribunal; and ropey transvestite Emily Howard has a drink in his local. Narrated by Tom Baker. With Steve Furst , Samantha Power and Paul Putner. Music by David Arnold Producer Ashley Blaker BBC RADIO COLLECTION: This comedy hit is available on CD from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
The last census counted a million fewer people than expected - and it was mainly young men who'd vanished. Jo Glanville investigates the mysteries of the 2001 census and searches forthe disappearing male population.
Producer Anna Raphael Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
Newseries 1/9. Antibiotics. As well as encouraging resistant superbugs, antibiotics have been linked to breast cancer, Crohn's disease and childhood asthma. Dr Mark Porter asks if we should be shelving antibiotics for probiotics and, if so, whether eating yogurt is the best way to boost the immune system. Producer Helen Sharp Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/15. Anne-Marie Duff continues reading Charlotte Bronte's poignant tale of a young woman's struggle to find a place and happiness in the world. Freed from the humiliations and chastisements inflicted by her aunt, Jane hopes for a new beginning at Lowood Institution for Orphans. For details see yesterday
Written by and starring Kay Stonham and Simon Greenall.
1/6. Joy and consternation hit the Mayfield household simultaneously as Wendy is promoted at work and Robin is suspended.
Meanwhile, Maureen tries to relive her youth and Derek lets the Ground Force be with him.
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