3/8. Transsexuals and the Law. Clive Anderson and his guests discuss how transsexuals are treated under
English law. They debate the implications for transsexuals of the Gender Recognition Act, which came into force on 4 April, in the worlds of employment, marriage, tax and sports, and consider the legal issues of sex discrimination and privacy. Producer Anne-Marie Cole Repeated at 9.30pm
The most wanted additions to any early 20th-century dinner party were reputed to be Lady Curzon and a ' pineapple: the former for her wit and charm, the latter for its taste. Not just a tasty fruit, since its in eduction in the 17th century the pineapple has also been used as decorative motif in architecture. In this celebration of the spiky-headed fruit, Ian Peacock meets a young pmeappie grower and a man who likes to roast them on a spu. Producer Caroline Barbour
Presented by the Rt Rev George Stack. All Heaven
Declares (Richards, arr Whitbourn). Mark 4, vv35-41.
Fight the Good Fight (Gardner). Eternal Father Strong to
Save (Melita). Director of music Darius Battiwalla.
2/2. David Attenborough concludes his series exploring the conflicting theories of the evolution of man and hears provocative new evidence that has begun to push the argument away from the Savannah theory towards the beach-based Aquatic Ape theory. With contributions from Michael Crawford, Stephen Cunnane, Marc Verghaegen, Elaine Morgan and Erica Schagatay.
2/2. The Red v the Blue. Last year's presidential election, which left America more politically dividied than ever before, has had a profound impact on the country's left-wing comedians. Paul Jackson asks what the future holds for the likes of Michael Moore and Al Franken now that
George W Bush has secured a further term in office. Producer Paul Kobrak
White Consumer issues, with Winifred Robinson and Peter White.
Including at 12.30 Call You and Yours in which Peter White takes calls on who should regulate the growth of technology, as part of the series on the Triumph of Technology.
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In 1603 Sir Walter Ralegh was tried for treason, but was the jury rigged? This play re-enacts one of the most bizarre courtroom dramas in British history. By
Christopher Lee , starring Michael York and Ian Ogilvy.
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New series 1/13. Sue Cook investigates more listeners' history queries. Today, the human story behind the partition of India.
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2/5. At the Bottom Looking Up. A retired sheep-farmer remembers his life running a sheep farm on the Pennine
Way. Now in a home, he watches the walkers set off on their outings. The story is punctuated by the voice of Chrissie Mell. By Mike Stott. read by Bernard Gallagher. For details see yesterday
2/5 Addington, Hertfordshire. While in exile in Britain in this small village, the Czech government hatched a plot to assassinate the notorious "Butcher of Prague",
Reinhard Heydrich. Allan Beswick talks to documentary film-maker and historian Jan Kaplan about their audacious plan. For details see yesterday
2/11 Couture in Crisis? Haute couture is a big loss leader in the world of fashion but without it would we buy the perfume or the handbag? Heather Payton and guests discuss whether high-end fashion can survive in a world of conglomerates whose passion may be profit rather than fashion. Producer Julie Ball
5/6. Mitch is concerned about his media profile and wonders if he needs to do more to promote himself.
Starring Mitch Benn , with Robin Ince , Alf ie Joey, Tasha Bayliss and Kirsty Newton. Producer Adam Bromley
17/20. Love or Money. Rosy and Lydgate are drifting further apart. Raffles has revealed that Ladislaw and Bulstrode have close family connections, to the dismay of both parties. Ladislaw has determined once again to leave Middlemarch for good. By George Eliot.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
r New series 1/4. For the past year, Edward Stourton has been talking to key players involved in the Middle East conflict as events have unfolded.
Worse than Misery as Usual. The peace process is paralysed, the Palestinian authority is in meltdown and the Israelis are going it alone.
Producer Mark Savage Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
Edward Stourton on a place worth fighting for: page 129
9/10. The programme dedicated to the mysterious workings of the brain. Dr Raj Persaud examines the latest research and brings together experts from the worlds of psychiatry, psychology and mental health.
Executive producer Rebecca Asher Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
1/6. Another chance to hear acerbic wit Jenny Eclair interviewing prolific comedian Jimmy Carr in the talk show in which a well-known public figure chooses another one to interview. The interviewee then becomes the following week's interviewer, and so on. Producer Tilusha Ghelani
1/6 The Vampire of the Glen. Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden 's elderly Scotsmen, beloved of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue audience, star in their own comedy series. With Alison Steadman and Jeremy Hardy. Producer Jon Naismith
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