With James Naughtie and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Rachel Hooper and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day
With the Rt Rev Richard Harries.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Gillian Oliver. Disposer Supreme (Hanovei).
Acts 26, wlOb-16; 19-20. Will You Come and Follow Me? (Kelvingrove). Christ Is the World's True Light (Rinkart). Director of music Graham Eccles.
4/4. Francine Stock investigates how cinema has affected our memory and the relationship between films and voyeurism in the last of the series on the ways that life imitates the movies. Producer Stephen Hughes
On the anniversary of Shakespeare's birthday in 1932, two young women set off from Birmingham to witness the opening of the new theatre at Stratford. One dreams of meeting the Prince of Wales while the other would be happier going to the local cinema. Meanwhile, the architect (a young woman called Elisabeth Scott) and the producer (William Bridges-Adams) are worrying that the building and the play may not earn the praise they hoped for. Written by Helen Cross.
Stewart Henderson presents the interactive problem-solving programme for those irritating questions from everyday life. Producer Eve Streeter
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4/5. Fellowship. Francie McGinn finds love atthe Good Friday Carvery and Gospel Night. Ian Sansom continues to read from his book about the sad and wonderful everyday events of small-town life. For details see Monday
Alan Sillitoe talks to Mariella Frostrup about his historical novel A Man of his Time. And with a whole slew of books on Napoleon coming up, Frostrup asks why writers find the old French Emperor so fascinating. Repeated from Sunday at 4pm
Did Anglo-Saxon invaders replace England's native population following bloody battles, carnage, massacres, rape and pillage? Not according to new research at the University of Durham. Quentin Cooper talks to Dr Paul Budd , whose analysis of teeth from burials in a medieval cemetery in North Yorkshire is pointing to a far more gentle view of history. Producer Pamela Rutherford
1/4. Ajourney through the showbiz glitz and backstage litter of pop music by The Now Show stalwart Mitch Benn.
Fans. Fans -who needs them? Pop stars do for one, iftheywantto be, er, pop stars. With Robin Ince , Alfie Joey , Tash Baylis and Kirsty Newton. Songs written by Mitch Benn. Producer Adam Bromley Revised
4/5. DS Sue Manson of the Missing Persons Bureau continues her hunt for the religious art-fixated serial killer. The race is on to find the sixth victim before it's too late. The only clues are a cardboard triangle left at their home along with traces of a deadly zombie poison and a series of macabre photographs sent to a priest in South London, a Fr Raphoe. The priest has a passion for art history and he spots a connection between the weird photographs and a series of religious paintings by 17th-century Renaissance painter Nicholas Poussin. Written by Bill Murphy.
For details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Lewis [text removed] , age 10, looks after his mother, who is diabetic and losing her sight. He cooks for her, gives her her injections and helps her with the wheelchair. Lewis and two other young carers, Stacey and Jade, describe the challenge of looking after parents with disabilities.
Fear and Voting. Can democracy defeat terrorism? Or does it risk its own destruction in the attempt? Felipe Fernandez-Armesto asks how western democracies and their voters can combat a terrorist threat that appears to have no negotiable ends, without eroding their own fundamental values. Producer Michael Blastland Editor Nicola Meyrick Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
14/15. By Charlotte Bronte.
"I looked with timorousjoy towards a stately house; I saw a blackened ruin. "Jane learns the fate of Thornfield and of her master. Read by Anne-Marie Duff. For details see Monday
6/6. Sketch series written and performed by Marcus Brigstocke, Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell.
As the museum swings open its doors for the last time, Badgerland goes international, and our guides take us on a journey to experience the History of the Future.
With Lucy Montgomery.
Music by Dominic Haslam and Ben Walker
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor
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