Men and Shaving. After 30 years of bearded bliss,
Brian Perkins took the radical step o eradicating all that fluff and allowing his chin to feel fresh air. Now he tries to find the perfect shave. producer Leonida Krushelnycky
2/5. It's March. Negotiations between cook and gardener have traditionally been tricky, "as the cook always wants vegetables a month before they're ready, whereas the gardener would much rather deliver the world s largest carrot to the kitchen". By Amanda Hesser. For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Mark Coffey. Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow (Marching). Genesis 26, wi-5. The Lord Hath
Been Mindful of Us (SS Wesley). How Shall I Sing That Majesty (Coe Fen). Director of music Barry Rose.
1/2. David Attenborough presents this series exploring the conflicting theories of the evolution of man. He examines the origins of the once dominant
Savannah theory and looks at the offence, outrage and hostility caused by the rival Aquatic Ape theory. Among those taking part are Philip Tobias, Elaine Morgan and Daniel Dennett.
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1/2. How American comedy has coped with the aftermath of 9/11, presented by Paul Jackson. Comedians Lewis
Black, Will Durst and Jon Lovitz are among those exploring the impact of what's been described a perhaps the least funny time in history". Producer Paul Kobrak
2/3. Poet Simon Armitage and musicologist Allan Moore consider how certain songs are able to convey different emotions - whether it's the Falls Frightened or studio guest Thea Gilmore 's live performance
Mainstream. Producer Paul Kobrak Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
Told through a series of inter-cutting monologues by several family members, the story of the disappearance of a 19-year-old man gradually unfolds. Although fictional, every word is taken from interviews with families whose lives have been affected when someone goes missing. With John Roger from the Salvation Army Family Tracing Service.
13/13. Listeners' questions about the environment discussed by Richard Daniel and a panel of specialists.
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Producer Nick Patrick
2/5 The Awful Truth Dawns. The Price family tries to reduce the amount of energy used at home. Dan Damon calls in the experts to advise them and to install a solar panel in the garden. Can the family stay warm while the snow falls outside? For details see yesterday
New series 1/11 We live in an on-demand society, where the consumer is meant to be both king and worldly-wise. Heather Payton and guests discuss how businesses use the shock of the new to get us to buy their products. Producer Paul O'Keefe
4/6. Mitch is in trouble: the Inland Revenue have said his Cyberman costume is not a legitimate business expense.
Join him as he explores the world of money and music with professional Morrissey botherer Robin Ince and Lindisfarne's biggest fan, Alfie Joey. With Tasha Bayliss and Kirsty Newton. Producer Adam Bromley
Mark Lawson with arts news, interviews and a review of The Edukators, a German film about two anti-capitalist campaigners, who break into mansions but then just re-arrange the furniture and leave a warning note. Producer Nicola Holloway
12/20. Wife and Widow. Casaubon encourages Dorothea to become involved with his work and demands a promise from her. In Middlemarch, Lydgate's reputation is damaged. Written by George Eliot.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
2/2. Robert Stevens follows Lord Falconer as he continues his uphill struggle to save a Parliamentary bill that would make historic changes to the British constitution, setting up a new Supreme Court and axeing his own job, the post of Lord Chancellor. Producer Brian King Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
8/10. In 1982 boxing icon Muhammad Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, raising the profile of this chronic neurological condition. His daughter, Rasheda, talks to
Dr Raj Persaud about the book she has written to help the children and grandchildren of people affected by the disease, and looks into new research in this area.
Executive producer Rebecca Asher Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
8/8. The spectacular climax for Jonathan Coe 's satirical tale of foul play in the British Establishment. Adapted by David Nobbs.
Producer Lucy Armitage
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