With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and Rachel Hooper.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev James Jones.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
In 1934 a private developer in North Oxford built high brick walls across the two roads linking his houses with the council estate next door. it meant the tenants no longer had easy access to buses and shops. Despite repeated attempts to bring them down, the Cutteslowe walls remained in place until 1959. This programme tells their bizarre story, with testimony from residents on both sides of the divide and from those involved in the campaign to demolish them.
2/6. A situation comedy about a married couple with the worst kind of midlife crisis - Carol is hormonal and George is a transvestite. Carol can't take it any more and gives George away to her best friend, Maureen.
But does Maureen really want him? Starring
Lynda Bellingham as Carol. Written by Jan Ethenngton and Gavin Petrie. Director Elizabeth Freestone
3/5 The Prize. From the blank walls of a prison cell to the blank walls of an art gallery, an ex-con makes an interestingjourney of artistic self-discovery. Written by Colin Bateman and read by Adrian Dunbar. Producer Heather Brennon For details see Monday
3/5 East End, London. Traditionally an area where immigrants settled, the East End was unique in its mix of skilled and unskilled workers living in the same house. Presented by Nick Hancock. For details see Monday
Reality TV has taken the world by storm. Its ubiquity is only matched by the universal criticism it attracts for being voyeuristic. vulgar and dehumanising. But what about those who watch it? Laurie Taylor explores the way in which reality television affects people's perceptions of their everyday lives. Producer Natasha Maw
2/6. Eyewitneses frequently play a vital role in uncovering the truth about a crime or an event. Dr Raj Persaud takes part in an experiment at the Eyewitness laboratory in Aberdeen University to see how accurately he can recall past experiences. He learns how these experiments are helping the police understand and improve the truthfulness of eyewitness accounts. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
3/6. The peace and tranquillity of the CyberPass bistro is suddenly shaken to the core as a huge emotional trauma engulfs them all - Neville is dumped by his girlfriend.
Written by and starring Mervin Stutter. With John Challis , Lill Roughley , Tracy-Ann Oberman , Chris Ettridge. Gyuri Sarossi and Geoffrey McGivern. Producer Simon Nicholls
Mark Lawson with arts news, interviews, and a review of the stage musical version of Mel Brooks ' film The
Producers, which has triumphed on Broadway and now opens in London, despite losing American star Richard Dreyfuss from the cast. Producer Phil Tinline
3/5. Nature versus Art. Isadora discovers she's pregnant with Craig's child and is delighted. But relations remain strained between the couple. Compiled by Derek Bowskill.
For details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
6/10. Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which Melanie Phillips , Ian Hargreaves ,
Professor Steven Rose and Michael Gove cross-examine witnesses who hold conflicting views on the moral complexities behind one of the week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes Repeated onSaturday at 10.15pm
4/6. Ionic Liquids. Twenty-five years ago, ionic liquids were just being talked about. Now these liquids are providing chemists with a green alternative to solvents used in chemical processes. They are molten salts - a mixture of positive and negatively charged molecules that are liquid at low temperature. There are up to a billion different combinations and the possibilities for their use are endless. Peter Evans finds out how they work and how they can make a greener future for the Chemical industry. Producer Helen Sharp
3/6. Bollywindsor. The Prince and the Poppadom.
A Bhangratastic right royal romp as a young, handsome Prince aims to prove he is fit to be heir. A blend of riotous Bollywood tunes and regal shenanigans.
Starring Richie Webb , Dave Lamb , Vicki Pepperdine and Mel Hudson. By Richie Webb , David Quantick and Dave Cohen. Music by Richie Webb. Producer Katie Tyrrell
3/6. Insecurity. You should talk about your problems - after all, a problem shared is a problem halved. Unless you've got a trust phobia, in which case it opens a whole other can of worms. With Adam Bloom and Stefano Paolini. Producer Adam Bromley
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