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 David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Dr Jeevan Singh Deol.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Dr Jeevan Singh
Presented by the Rev Brian Haymes. I Want to Serve the Purpose of God (Altrogge). Luke 19, w12-26.
0 Lord of Every Shining Constellation (
Leddington Wright ). NowThank We All Our God (Nun Danket). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
6/8. In the wake of the Beslan school tragedy,
Tim Whewell travels to Russia's restive north Caucasus to find disturbing evidence that terrorism is spread ng through the region. What are the links to radical Islam?
And can Russia contain the threat? producer Tim wheweii
From small 17th-<:entury beginnings in after-dinner singing at Stationers Hall in London, the British choral society movement mushroomed to magnificence in the 1850s Soprano Emma Kirkby relives the 300-year history of these societies. Along the way come visits to locations as diverse as Westminster Abbey and the Ebenezer Chapel in the Welsh village of Dunvant and to such choirs as the Huddersfield Choral Society. Producer Andrew Green
After years as an unsuccessful Blues Brothers tribute act touring the working men's clubs of Nottinghamshire,
Brian and Danny decide it's time for a change. 1 hey turn to their unlikely local hero and create the Byron and Shelley show- The Romantics. By Andy Barrett.
Producer/Director Jenny Stephens
10/10. The problem-solving programme that provides answers to those intriguing conundrums and puzzles from everyday life. Presented by Stewart Henderson. PHONE: [number removed] email firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Eve Streeter
Archaeological and geological evidence has shown that 10,000 years ago, the Severn estuary didn't exist. Then the sea level rose rapidly, forcing our Mesolithic ancestors back inland. How did they cope with this fast-changing coastline? Quentin Cooper discusses with Professors Martin Bell and Nigel Nayling the challenges of working in areas that are often exposed for a mere hour-and-a-half a day, at low tide. Producer Pamela Rutherford
3/4. Continuing his journey around the places he once knew, comedian Mark Steel performs a live stand-up gig for the Liverpool Dockers and meets people whose lives were altered by the 1980s' miners' strike.
Producer Katie Marsden
New series 1/3. In the last 20 years, animal-rights campaigners have managed to decimate the fur trade, close down vivisection laboratories and nearly succeeded in banning hunting. Simon Cox gets inside one of Britain's best-organised pressure groups, to investigate their techniques, tactics and strategy. He looks at how they recruit the young, influence mainstream animal-welfare groups and operate across borders. And he asks the key questions: what do they really want and can they be Stopped? Producer Richard Vadon
2/8. Eyes Wide Shut? Europe - once the world's most important continent - seems to be becoming peripheral to world events. Asia is overtaking it economically, while divisions over Iraq call into question whether the European Union can ever be a major player in global affairs. Martin Jacques asks whether Europe's in danger of becoming introverted and provincial, and what that could mean for the continent's future.
Producer Ingrid Hassler Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
2/6. Designed for Life? The Dualit toaster, the Alessi lemon-squeezer , the Apple iPod - all desirable design icons that many of us would forfeit our eco-consciences to own. But does it need to be this way? Alex Kirby looks at sustainable design and asks whether it has a place in our consumer society. Producer Sera Lefroy-Owen
2/6. Black comedy set in the world of the pathology lab. Tempers are frayed and patience is stretched to the limit when the team face the huge pathology crisis of a complete lack of dead bodies. By Laurence Howarth and starring Peter Davison.
Music by Paul Mottram Stephanie Benuvente (voice) Producer Dawn Ellis
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