8/8. Ruth Millington , a survivor of the Bam earthquake in Iran, recalls waking up to find bricks bouncing around the room and later helping to rescue people buried in the ruins. And Mary Campion still has flashbacks from the Jupiter ocean liner disaster, when the ship, carrying hundreds of school children, sank off the coast of Athens. Presented by Olivia O'Leary. Repeated at 9.30pm
New series 1/5. The Cube. Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy explores the cube - the ideal shape for packing and stacking. But when one supermarket put tomato soup in cube-shaped tin cans, no one bought it. Perhaps this highly practical shape is just a little bit too perfect for mainstream taste, producer Anna Buckley
Presented by the Rev Ernest Rea. 0 God, You Search Me (Bernadette Farrell ). Psalm 139, wl-6. Forthe Beauty of the Earth (Rutter). Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaver (John Goss ). Director of music Graham Eccles.
2/3. That'sToxic. Every year throughout England and Wales there are hundreds of pollution incidents. It sthe officers from the Environment Agency that we rely on to prevent toxic chemicals escaping into the environment, and they're the people who deal with them when they do get out. Jeremy Bristow discovers how the Agency tackles this daunting task. Producer David Parkinson
1/2. Actor Bernard Cribbins pays tribute to his friend the entertainer Roy Castle, who died ten years ago this month. Roy is best remembered for his long-running television series Record Breakers, but what's less well known is his long apprenticeship in variety and his popularity in America. Cribbins describes Castle's early years as stooge to Frank Randle and Jimmy James in the clubs of the northern variety circuit, and relates how he was once invited to play trumpet for Frank Sinatra in Las Vegas.
1/2. In June, 75 musicians gathered in Fort Worth, Texas, to compete in the Van Cliburn Foundation s fourth International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs. Bill Lloyd follows their progress and hears from an airline steward, a sewage engineer, a professional tennis coach and a plasma physicist about the challenges of being a virtuoso with a day job. Producer Bill Lloyd
Billy Driscoll is a boxerwhose dying motherwants him to give up the sport he loves. Will his future be decided in the ring as he faces the final count? By Simon Macallum.
Producer Marilyn Imrie Director Alison Peebles
Richard Daniel fields listeners' questions about the environment and the developing world.
ADDRESS: Home Planet, PO Box 3096, Brighton BN1 1PL Email: email@example.com Phone: [number removed] Producer Nick Patrick
1/4. A series of new stories about romantic encounters and the vagaries of love among 60-somethings.
Lena. By Carla Lane. A new friendship leads Lena to wonder whether there might be more to life than cooking, cleaning and looking after herfamily. Read by Pauline Collins. Producer Emma Harding
2/4. Stories by Giovanni Guareschi , first broadcast earlierthis year. Dramatised by Peter Kerry.
A Solomon Comes to Judgement. Inter-village warfare breaks out - but the mayor is too busy to notice.
Producer/Director Chris Wallis
2/5. Heads Together. By Ruth Collet. A Yorkshire hairdressing salon is the unlikely setting for a debate about the "gay gene" and Victorian phrenology.
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1/2. Algeria. The BBC'sPariscorrespondentAllan Little makes a rare visit to Algiers, where he tries to discover what people think of President Chirac. Did France's past experience as colonisers in Algeria teach the French crucial lessons in how to manage change peacefully in this volatile region? Producer Sue Davies Repeated Sunday 5pm
4/6. Depression. British GPs issued thirty million prescriptions for antidepressants last year, but new research suggests that drugs offer little benefit to people with milderforms of depression. Dr Mark Porter asks whetherthe NHS is wasting money that could be better spent on offering support and psychotherapy. Producer Helen Sharp Rptd tomorrow 4.30pm
2/6. By Laurence Howarth. Professor Donaldson introduces a new medical empathy scheme, because "a corpse is a person too".
Music by Paul Mottram Voice by Stephanie Benavente Producer Dawn Ellis
1/3. Another chance to hear the series in which author and Sunday Times critic Anthony Sattin meets people who have moved abroad and then written about it.
A Decade in Provence. Peter Mayle, author of A Year in Provence, discovered paradise in rural France back in the late 1980s. However, the subsequent deluge of tourists made him finally decide to move away. But now he's back ... Producer Sarah Jane Hall
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