4/8. A Question of Privilege. Legal privilege hit the headlines when there were demands for disclosure of the legal advice given by the Attorney General regarding the legality of war with Iraq. Clive Anderson and guests discuss the question of legal privilege. Producer Catriona Oliphant Repeated at 9.30pm
r Mozart, Gallipoli, King of the North - three types of exquisite daffodils, which laid the foundations for the -' colours and forms of the flowers we knoW today but are now missing from the Laird of Brodie collection.
Jim McColl meets the Daffodil Detectives who, each spring, take to the road to search out these lost cultivars. Producers Holly Booth and Doreen Wood
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2/5. A Poem for Comrade Tito. Vesna Goldsworthy recaps her experiences as a young poet in the former Yugoslavia, and her dealings with the Communist party. For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Mgr Tony Rogers. The Heavens Declare
Your Glory, Lord! (Cross Deep). Acts 11, vv27-end;
12, vv24-end;13, vv1-5. The Spirit of the Lord (E gar We
Have a Gospel to Proclaim (Fulda, arr Stokes). Director or music Christopher Stokes.
Could a strange, melodious dog from the remote cloud forests of New Guinea be man's first best friend? Singers have an uniquely musical howl, climb trees and are fiercely smart. In the wild, the dogs are on the verge of extinction but there are 150 pet singers in the United States.
Andrew Luck-Baker meets some of them and their devoted human companions who argue that singers must be saved as survivors from the prehistoric dawn of the domestic dog. Producer Andrew Luck-Baker
1/2. When Felix Cairnes 's only child is killed by a hit-and-run driver he makes a solemn vow to track the - man down and to kill him. The police may not be able to trace him, but Felix will. By Nicholas Blake , dramatised by Michael Bakewell.
Director Jane Morgan Concludes tomorrow at 2.15pm
2/13. Sue Cook investigates more listeners history queries.
Today, Dilly Barlow visits the Big Pit in Blaenavon, Wales, for a preview of this year's Gulbenkian Museum Awards. Producer Nick Patrick
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2/5. The Roundabout. The roundabout is the jewel in the crown of British traffic engineers. But - horror of horrors!
- it is in fact a French invention that the British made their own Joe Kerr visits the site of the very first one, which opened in the model town of Letchworth in 1910, and he learns the difficulties the early motorists had in understanding how it worked. Producer Matthew Dodd
4/6. Actress Janet Suzman and restaurateur Ruth Rogers join Sue MacGregor to discuss favourite books, including
Carol Shields's biography of Jane Austen; "Havoc in Its
Third Year", Ronan Bennett's account of love and plotting in pre-Civil War England; and "Silk" by Alessandro Baricco.
(Repeated on Sunday at 11pm)
6/6. Mitch and the team are miniaturised and inserted into Rick Wakeman to prevent impending war. Starring
Mitch Benn , with Robin Ince , Alfie Joey , Tasha Bayliss and KirSty Newton. Producer Adam Bromley
2/5. Old-Time Apple Paste. Moe has invited Glenn to the Passover dinner as a blind date for his unmarried daughter Lillian, so why is Lillian hiding out in the kitchen? By Margaret Wilkinson.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
2/4. For the past year, Edward Stourton has been talking to key players involved in the Middle East conflict as events have unfolded.
Autumn: Unchartered Territory. It is the United Nations Annual General Assembly but the Middle East Road Map is in the bottom drawer and America's mind is elsewhere.
Producer Mark Savage Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
10/10. Given that we are living longer, can we live longer better? Raj Persaud visits the Institute for Ageing and Health at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Here he discovers how it might improve the lives of older people. Executive producer Rebecca Asher Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/10. When Candido Rincon is knocked over by a car, he fears, not only for his own life but that of his wife, a village girl from Mexico, who is left to provide for both of them and is totally unequipped to do so in the hostile suburbs of affluent California. By TC Boyle, read by David Soul. For details see yesterday
4/6. Poison Pen Letters. Hamish and Dougal try to discover the identity of the author of a series of poison pen letters. Starring Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden with Alison Steadman and Jeremy Hardy. Producer jonNaismith
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