Presented by Clair Jaquiss. Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken (Abbots Leigh). Jeremiah 31, w31-34 If Ye
Love Me (Wilby). Restore, 0 Lord (Kendnck). With St
Aidan's Chamber Choir. Director of music Joanne Weller.
Bald, curly, mullet or mohican, whether we like it or not our hair plays a crucial role in how we look. But there's more to our crowning glory than meets the eye Quentin Coopergoes in pursuit of the hirsute. Why did we evolve to lose most of the furthat would have covered our ancestors' bodies? Why might stem-cell research pave the way for a cure for balding and what are top stylist Nicky Clarke 's secrets of a good hairday? Producer Pamela Rutherford
2/4 No blushes are spared as Paul Roseby continues his trawl through musical theatre's glorious failures. Kit Hesketh-Harvey talks about Y, a bizarre cabaret affair starring a quick-change illusionist, and Which
Witch, a goth rock-opera written by two Norwegians
Musical director Martin Lowe remembers Moby Dick , which had agroupofStTrinian'sschoolgirls putting on a Show about the big old Whale. Producer Elizabeth Freestone
New series. Crime writer and radio sleuth Frances Fyfield tracks down the hidden stories of musical creativity locked within the hieroglyphics, scribbles and corrections in manuscripts of three great works of classical music.
The story of Great Uncle Jack's heroic death in the Spanish Civil War is family folklore. But when the unmarked graves begin to be opened, there are as many secrets dug up as bodies - and George gets a shock. By Don Taylor , starring Jack Shepherd as George.
Director Ellen Dryden
The Kitchen of the Future. The kitchen is considered the hub of the home. But how will its function change as appliances learn to talk to each other and cooking can be done at a distance? Producer Rosamund Jones
3/6. Historical sitcom, written by Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain. France. Tamsyn has been captured by the revolutionaries and faces an excruciating torture involving a shuttlecock, some badminton rackets and two fat naked Germans.
Other parts played by members of the cast Producer Jan Ravens
2/10. By Julie Myerson. Julie's search moves forward 100 years to the Pigeon family who sold the Myersons their Clapham house.
Fordetails see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
1/2. There are 250 million people living in the Arab countries - and none of them live in a fully independent democracy. In these taboo-breaking documentaries Dr Maha Azzam asks why the Arab world has so little political freedom. She travels to
Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Qatar to meet the campaigners fighting fortheir rights, and challenges the government officials who have made promises of change but who have so far failed to deliver.
Producer Hugh Levinson Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
5/9. Would you know what to do if someone had a heart attack? Dr Mark Porter is put through his paces at one of the most hi-tech traininggrounds for doctors as he attempts to save Simulation Man's life with CPR. Producer Helen Sharp Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
5/6. Robin and Wendy's fellow model-maker and German friend Heinrich moves to England and invites them to a housewarming, only to reveal what he really thinks about the War. Written by and starring
Kay Stonham and Simon Greenall. With Martin Trenaman , Amelia Bullmore , Geoffrey McGivern and Tracy-Ann Oberman. Producer Mario Stylianides
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