6/10. In-depth, highly personal and emotionally charged interviews with people who have had to make dramatic and life-changing choices when faced with a dilemma. Presented by Michael Buerk. Producer Liz Leonard Repeated at 9.30pm
3/5. When a timid-looking New Yorker, Bernard Goetz , shot four black teenagers on the subway in 1984, a hero was born. Joe Queenan meets former mayor Ed Koch to find out how the city turned around the subway's reputation as one of the most dangerous places On earth. Producer Miles Warde
2/5. Honeymoon Island. Although Majorca was always a destination for the artistic community, the First World War, the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War took theirtoll on the island's tourist trade. Clearly a little marketing was required. ByTomas Graves. For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by the Rev Tony Burnham. All Ye Who Seek a Comfort Sure (St Bernard). Luke 23, w33-37 h0 0 Living
Bread, Who Once Didst Die (Whitlock). Crown Him with Many Crowns (Diademata). Director of music Ian Tracey.
Egg collectors, crofters, lairds and bird lovers meet in a world of cloak-and-dagger military secrecy as Jim Crumley uncovers the curious and untold story or the Scottish ospreys of Loch Garten before they became famous. Producer Grant Sonnex
2/6. Richard Burton was one of the most feted actors of his time, but what was his career like before he became famous? Written and presented by Russell Davies. Readers include Jon Glover , Sally Grace and Roy Oakshott. Producer Richard Edis
To mark its 40th anniversary, Jez Nelson profiles John Coltrane 's album A Love Supreme from the viewpoint of the players, the fans and those for whom the spiritual message of the album remains a profound influence in their lives. Contributions include Coltrane s biographer Ashley Kahn , his wife and fellow musician
Alice Coltrane , musicians McCoy Tyner and Elvin Jones , composer Steve Reich and Archbishop Franzo King from the Church of John Coltrane in San Francisco.
Producer Mat Heywood
A nautical fable: the Esperanza has been around the world with its cargo of toxic waste more times than the captain and his skeleton crew can remember. Now, perhaps, their circumnavigations are at an end. by David Constantine. Canto of Alang Beach read by Helen Longworth.
Music by Mia Soteriou Director Jeremy Mortimer
More listeners' historical queries - uncovering mysteries and reinterpreting the past. With Sue Cook. ADDRESS: Making History, PO Box 3096. Brighton BN1 1PL email: firstname.lastname@example.org Producers Ivan Howlett and Nick Patrick
2/5. Country and Western. Musical taste and dress sense meet when people express themselves through the worlds of fashion and musical style. How
Roy Rogers and the West won over Nigel Pearce of Bristol. For details see yesterday
5/6. Are we facing 50 years of work as pension shortfalls mean people can't afford to retire? How will both older and younger workers adapt to a longer working life? Philippa Lamb looks at the ageing workforce. Producer Caroline Bayley
4/6. The Silbury music festival is a perfect opportunity to bring opera to the masses, so long as you don't say the wrong thing. Unfortunately, Maggie has a natural gift for speaking out of turn. Comic mayhem in the world of classical music, written by James Cary.
Producer Adam Bromley
8/10. The Prime Minister's big idea for secondary education is to create new independent academies to replace failing schools in deprived areas. The first 17 have already opened - but will the millions of pounds being invested benefit the pupils most in need? With reporter Gerry Northam.
Producer Ian Muir-Cochrane Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
4/6. Borderline personalities are impulsive, prone to mood swings and erratic behaviour. They are also easily depressed and have a tendency to move between idealisation and devaluation of others. Borderline personality disorder and its treatments are explored by Dr Raj Persaud. Producer Maire Devine Rptd tomorrow at 4.30pm
4/6. This week, the student ponce from Budleigh Salterton and backpacking investigator of cultural diversity goes off to Egypt. By Marcus Brigstocke and Jeremy Salsby. Additional material by Graeme Garden.
Producer David Tyler
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