With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Dom Antony Sutch.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
2/8. Carers. Olivia O'Leary meets Barbara Pointon and Ian Cash , two full-time carers. Barbara has not had a conversation with her husband Malcolm for seven years, even though they live in the same house. Malcolm has
Alzheimer's and needs 24-hour care. Ian married Susan 25 years ago in the knowledge that she had multiple sclerosis. He thought that, as a nurse, he knew what to expect but he soon discovered the realities of caring in the 21st century. Producer Karen Gregor Repeated at9.30pm
Presented by Mgr Tony Rogers. The Servant King
(Kendrick). Matthew 26, v36-45.Jesu, Grant Me This, I Pray (Whitlock). Praise to the Holiest (Gerontius), With the Manchester Chamber Choir. Director of music Richard Tanner.
2/5. By Xinran. Shu Wen befriends a young Tibetan woman who is also searching forthe man she loves. Stranded on the Tibetan plateau, the two women are given shelter by a family of nomads. For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
r How do you move a zoo when you 've got no money?
That's the challenge facing a group of volunteers who look after an animal refuge in Bolivia. Award-winning travel writer Nick Thorpe joins two neurotic monkeys and a toucan called Mr Blue on an unforgettable journey to their new home. Producer Mark Rickards
A look back at the careers of men who made their names reading minds and transmitting thoughts across the airwaves. Featuring interviews with mind reader
Marc Salem and Lesley Hazlitt whose husband-and-wife act, the Piddingtons, attracted huge audiences in the 1950s. With Ian Keable. Producer Karl Phillips
4/5. Bach's Concerto in D minor for Two Violins
This work is often described as being like a conversation between lovers. David Gregory of the CBSO, rock guitarist Steve Hackett and Terry Waite are among those moved by the music of the two violins as they imitate, interrupt and overlap each other in one of Bach's most sublime creations. Producer Kate McAll
A comedy by Jerome Vincent in which an ordinary man fights back against the oppressive small print that dominates our lives.
Director David Blount
The Small Print:
Newseries 1/13. Listeners' questions about the environment and the developing world set the agenda forthis programme hosted by Richard Daniel. ADDRESS: Home Planet, PO Box 3096, Brighton BN1 1PL email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: [number removed] Producer Nick Patrick
2/5. The Cultural Impact. For many years blood groups were used as a way of tracking the movement of people. In Pembrokeshire type A predominates -a throw back to their Norman and Flemish ancestors. And in Japan, blood groups are used by the young to analyse each other's character and personality. For details see yesterday
4/5. Why does productivity in this country still lag behind that of our competitors and what are bosses doing to make their employees more productive? Presented by Philippa Lamb . Producer Caroline Bayley
Sue MacGregor returns to present the series in which guests propose their favourite paperbacks. Bob Worcester, chair of the pollster Mori, chooses The English by Jeremy Paxman. Martin Newell, poet, performer and proud son of Essex, argues the case for Last Exit to Brooklyn by Hubert Selby Jr, and MacGregor's own choice is Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway. Producer Miles Warde
Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
2/6. Unthinkable Solutions, the radical management consultants, continue to inflict their brand of help on more unsuspecting companies. This week theytryto overhaul the Post Office. Starring Marcus Brigstocke ,
Catherine Shepherd , David Mitchell and Beth Chalmers. Written by James Cary. Producer Adam Bromley
Zaiba Malik looks at claims that physical and financial abuses are going unchecked in some of Britain's mosques. The Government is planning to bring in new measures to regulate imams, but do the proposals go far enough? Producer JennyChryss Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
3/5. The Priory is a private hospital that has become a favoured haunt of addicted celebrities. Dr Raj Persaud goes there to look at how the clinic treats alcoholics.
Plus a look at the life and work of charismatic psychiatrist Dr Ronald Laing , famed for using LSD in his therapies in the 1950s. Producer Angharad Law Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/4. The story of a man who can't stop himself breaking into song, starring Suggs, Bob Monkhouse and Bill Nighy. Tom's efforts to get into his mother's good books go badly wrong when the band inside his head starts up at a very inconvenient moment.
Music by Andrew McGibbon , Nick Romero and Suggs Director Dawn Ellis
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