With Edward Stourton and John Humphrys.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
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7.48 Thought for the Day With Abdal Hakim Murad.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
1/2. Qaanaaq in the far north of Greenland, home to a population of about 600 Inuit, has one prison, with one cell - and the door doesn't lock.
Clive Anderson dons thermal underwear as he finds out why Greenland, which has the most inhumane climate, is reputed to have the most humane legal code in the world. Harsh sentencing is unknown, murderers and rapists may be released within days and there are no Closed prisons. But does it work? Producer Sarah Jane Hall Clive Anderson on the cold arm of the law: page 123
4/4. "Once Bitten ..." Although Stan's wife, Joyce, is dead, she won't lie down. On learning that their grandson has been disappointed in love, Joyce devises the perfect solution. By David Holt.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
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1/6. A series of plays telling the story of Arthur, a powerful tribal leader, who for a time brings political stability to 5th-century Britain, but- because of a fatal human weakness - fails to deliver a golden age.
By Sebastian Baczkiewicz.
Featuring Jane Lapotaire and Pam Ferris.
5/5. Communities in Trust. Providing affordable homes for local people is a huge problem for many communities. Sandra Sykes visits High Bickington in Devon, where the villagers are working closely with county and district councils to achieve a solution that will benefit not just home-owners but the local school and village economy too. Producer Sandra Sykes
4/4. Dylan Winter investigates a former secret nuclear bunker in Essex, designed for a body of civil servants whose task it would have been to govern survivors Of a nuclear Strike. For more details see Tuesday
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion at Shebbear College in Beaworthy, Devon. On the panel are the Minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Ben Bradshaw ; Paul Keetch , Liberal Democrat defence spokesman; and Jan Berry , chairman of the Police
Federation. Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
4/10. Leonard Woolf. Wine expert Jilly Goolden nominates the writer and political thinker Leonard Woolf , husband of novelist Virginia Woolf and founder of the Hogarth Press, as a "great life". Victoria Glendinning , who's writing the first ever full-length biography devoted to him, joins Goolden and presenter Humphrey Carpenter to consider the life of one of the key members Of the Bloomsbury Group. Producer Peter Everett
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