New series 1/8. Celebrity Interviewers. Lynn Barber of The Observer and Nigel Farndale of The Sunday Telegraph reveal the secrets of interviewing and writing about celebrities. Presented by Olivia O'Leary. Producer Karen Greqor Repeated at 9.30pm
4/4, Holy Cow. Lucy Ash visits Radio Maryja in Poland, one of the most controversial broadcasters in t-urope.
To its supporters, the station upholds patriotic values and Catholic virtue. To its critics, Radio Maryja is an unholy mix of xenophobia, anti-Semitism and dangerous populism. Producer Lucy Ash
Presented by the Rev Nigel McCulloch. Glory Be to Jesus
(Caswall). Romans 5, vv6-11. 0 Salutaris Hostia (Eigar). To God Be the Glory (Doane). With the Coventry Singers. Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
For years, climate models have been predicting that global warming will show up first, and most severely, in the Arctic regions. Now evidence is accumulating that the problem will be even worse than we had feared.
Richard Hollingham explores the evidence that the icecap may be the first casualty of climate change. But what will the environmental, social and economic consequences be?
Producer Jonathan Fildes
New series 1/6. Looking at the genesis and appeal of six female comic characters from radio and TV, each encapsulating the mood of a decade. Today Barry Cryer explores the character of Bebe Daniels, star of Hi, Gang! from the 1940s. Written by Mike Barfield. Producer Angela Sherwin
French pop has officially become cool, worldly-wise and full of secret delights. French expat Muriel Zagha goes back to her roots to sample the great vintages of contemporary
French music, listening to the different voices of French pop and exploring the culture and attitudes that shaped them. Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm (K)
Uncle Frank, at the great age of 104, is edging his way out of life - but who is the Rose he keeps asking for? When Mike finds he has been left a dilapidated Shropshire cottage by his uncle, he and his wife Viv begin a trail of discovery leading them to the unexpected truth about the mysterious Rose. By Theresa Heskins.
Director Peter Leslie Wild
5/13. Richard Daniel is joined by a panel of specialists to discuss listeners' questions about the environment and the developing world, producer Nick Patrick
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2/5 BBC Paris correspondent Allan Little introduces extracts from some of the most memorable writing of the Second World War. Kerry Shale reads dispatches from
Ernie Pyle , an Indiana farm-boy who became America's best-known journalist in Europe.
2/5 They're off! Finally the sheep are heading up the sheer cliff face of the Cap de Coste on the way to their summer pastures, it's touch and go whether one melancholy sheep called Tulip will make it or not. Collins tries to keep up while delving into the bloody past of this intensely Protestant and contrary corner of France.
5/10. Sue MacGregor is joined by Ian Sansom , author of The Truth about Babies, and agony aunt Virginia Ironside to talk about three of their favourite paperbacks. Producer Viv Beeby Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
2/6. The show in which everyday situations are taken to new heights - and then a bit further. Written and performed by Susie Donkin , Charlotte McDougall , Oriane Messina and Fay Rusling , and featuring Dave Lamb. Producer Carol Smith
2/5. The Lady by the Water. Etsuko's memories of her strange friendship with Sachiko and her daughter Mariko take on a disturbing cast, as past and present become fused. For cast and details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Crick explores the aggressive techniques used by political-party activists to win elections, from secret recordings of opponents and organised heckling to cybersquatting and dressing people up as chickens. Do these tricks succeed, and are they legitimate? Producer Martin Rosenbaum Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
4/6. In the programme dedicated to the mysterious and wonderful workings of the human brain, Dr Raj Persaud examines the latest research and brings together experts in psychiatry, psychology and mental health. Producer Rebecca Asher Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
In a world where presentation is at the wheel, and content is firmly bound and gagged in the back, Radio9 finds itself with so much to say but no idea how to say it. Written and performed by Johnny Dukas and Hils Barker. Producers Johnny Daukes and Claire Jones
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