3/5. The beginning of a long and fruitful transatlantic relationship, as well as a marriage and rather a lot of music. Written by Robert McCrum , read by Robert Daws. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Andrew Graystone. Do Not Be Afraid, for I Have Redeemed You (Markland). Psalm 32, wl-7.
I Know that My Redeemer Liveth (Handel). Alleluya, Sing to Jesus (Hyfrydo/). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
From Trent Bridge, the first in a series of three one-day internationals, with commentary by Jonathan Agnew ,
Henry Blofeld and Simon Mann , and expert analysis from Graeme Fowler and Mike Selvey. With News at 2.20pm.
Producer Peter Baxter * Approximate time
New series 1/5. Julian Richards charts the lives of five archaeologists. William Stukeley. Stukeley was a doctor of medicine, a clergyman and a pioneering archaeologist. Yet despite his gifts for fieldwork and observation, history records him as the man solely responsible for introducing the idea of Druids to Stonehenge. Producer John Byrne
2/4. Look Out Behind You. In this semi-autobiographical story set in the 1950s, Poppy is the junior reporter on the Downingham Post, where it is always herturn to make the tea. She promises her acrobat friend Maimie that she'll write a supportive review of the local pantomime. But all does not go according to plan. Written by Monica Dickens , adapted by Sheila Goff. Director David Hunter
2/6. The thrilling panel game in which someone stands a chance of leaving the studio 99p richer. Hosted by Sue Perkins and starring Miranda Hart, Armando lannucci, Peter Serafinowicz and Rob Rouse. Written by Kevin Cecil, Andy Riley, Jon Holmes and Tony Roche. Producer David Tyler
3/5. Spirit's Sunday Drive. By Linda McLean. An eerie
Mars landscape is the setting for this unusual encounter between Spirit, the new, sharp American space probe and Beagle 2, its sleepy British counterpart.
For more details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
4/8. FamilyCourts. Are the family courts of England and Wales in crisis and in urgent need of reform?
Parents and lawyers talk about theirfears that secrecy and poor standards of evidence are undermining child protection. Presented by Nick Ross.
Producers Sara Nathan and Anne Reevell Repeated on Saturday
2/3. This week the Forth Road Bridge celebrates its
40th birthday. Mark Stephen discovers just how much looking-after is needed to keep it in good shape for the demands of the future. Producer Louise Dalziel
3/4. How to Pack. "One good way is to start with yourself naked and pretend you're getting dressed. This works perfectly unless the taxi comes early ..." Comedian Guy Browning provides practical life-coaching. Producer Jonquil Panting
3/6. Horny on the Inside. This week's participant in Sir Ralph's one-to-one sessions as poet-in-residence at the maximum securityjail is suffering badly from missing his spouse. By James Quinn.
Producer Graham Frost
2/3. An 'Ooligan in Verona. Tim Parks's successful book Italian Neighbours was followed by An Italian
Education and A Year with Verona, an account of his life on the road with Italian football hooligans. Has years of writing about Italy made the author an Italian? For details see yesterday
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