With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Abdal Hakim Murad.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
2/4. Norway. For 60 years, lnger Stridsklev has been beaten and spat upon and asked to deny the truth about her birth. Inger, and many like her, have been victimised because their parents were members of Norway's wartime collaborationist government. Is it possible that the most basic of human rights is still being denied them? Presented by James Maw. Producer Neil George
2/4. Unholy Alliances. Tamsin and "partner" are invited to a wedding- can Tamsin persuade Josef to accompany her? More romantically, Nisha proposes to Dolores - hypothetically. Gareth Edward 's comedy drama about St Ives and its close-knit community of artists.
Producer Katie Tyrrell
Peter White reports on scandals that have rocked previous Paralympic games, including the use of drugs, wheelchair athletes who have run their rivals off the track and people who might be "faking" their disability in order to get into an easier category. With Liz Barclay.
2/9. "Author of the Week" Beatrix Potter tests the literary quizzing skills of team captains
Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh and their guests Tracey MacLeod and Jonathan Myerson. Chaired by James Walton. The reader is Beth Chalmers. Producer Dawn Ellis
2/2. Felix Cairnes failed in his plan to kill the man who'd run over his son but then his intended victim is poisoned and the finger of suspicion points at Felix. No wonder he asks the help of amateur sleuth, Nigel Strangeways. By Nicholas Blake , dramatised by Michael Bakewell.
Director Jane Morgan
3/5. B flat and a Tonal Arch. A very New York tale, featuring a nightmare subway ride, a panicky piano recital and a lousy relationship. Written by Eva Salzman and read by Amber Rose Sealey. For details see Monday
3/5. Kenny Johnson wants to do for fiddles what Leo Fender did for guitars. From his remote Shetland workshop he sends out brightly coloured fiddles shaped like the Starship Enterprise to professional players all over the world.
(For details see Monday)
Laurie Taylor talks to social anthropologist Kate Fox about the hidden rules of English behaviour. How much is the way the English behave at table and their obsession with games, pets and DIY all part of the unwritten COde Of being English? Producer Jacqueline Smith
4/4. In the 21st century, the belated burning of bras hits the bistro as Pamela suddenly realises that all the men in her life have been hopeless. Merv disagrees - he is one of them. Written by and starring Mervyn Stutter , with Lill Roughley , John Challis,Tracy-Ann Oberman and Michael Mears. Producer Mario Stylianides
Mark Lawson with arts news, interviews and a report from the opening night of Trevor Nunn's new production of Hamlet, his first for over 30 years. Nunn has chosen a young cast to reflect the fact that Hamlet and his friends were Students. Producer Timothy Prosser
3/5. The Woman Who Waited 45 Years. Katie Hims adapts this story from the book The Good Women of China by Chinese journalist Xinran. It is the story of Jingyi who saved her fiance's-Gu Da's- life at university.
Fordetails see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
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4/5. Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright Wole Soyinka argues that we are living in a new climate of fear and examines the challenge this presents to democracy.
The Quest for Dignity. The loss of people's dignity as a grave barrier to the resolution of conflict. From the University of Leeds. Presented by Sue Lawley .
Producer Sheila Cook Editor Gwyneth Williams Repeated Sat 10.15pm
Newseries 1/3. In May 2004, Europe is goingto change for ever with the entry often new countries to the European Union. It won't be easy as these countries bring a lot of baggage. Historian Misha Glenny reflects on the conflicts and bitterness ended and looks forward to the opportunities and the pitfalls ahead. His first report looks at Poland and its problems overcoming the past. Producer Maria Balinska Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
Peter Evans meets a range of researchers who are exploring how positive emotions affect our performance and our perception of the world as well as why psychological wellbeing appears to increase the ability to fight disease. Producer Anne McNaught
4/6. Graeme Garden chairs the comedy panel game inspired by the worst of Ask the Family and the best of Trisha as he poses dilemmas to four family members who bear a remarkable resemblance to Steve Frost , Lucy Porter , Dara O'Briain and Gina Yashere. Producer Lucy Armitage
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