With John Humphrys and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With John Bell.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
2/5 Piers Gaveston has been disposed of, but Edward soon falls under the malign influence of another ambitious favourite Meanwhile, the outbreak of hostilities with her native France has a devastating impact on Isabella's position and marriage. By Alison Weir. For details see yesterday Rptd12.30am
Presented by Nigel Swinford. Christ Is the World Light (Christe Sanctorum). John 9, vv13-23. Nunc Dimittis
(Dyson) Light's Abode, Celestial Salem (Regent Square).
Director of music Christopher Stokes. Organist Greg Morris.
Pakistan v England
The fourth day's play in the First Test from Multan, Pakistan. including 7.15-7.21 News and Papers;
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament; 9.45 Daily Service.
Producer Peter Baxter *approximate time
The North Sea is a baby in geological terms. Before it was born at the end of the last Ice Age, Britain was joined to the rest of Europe by a land bridge, according to received wisdom. But a student has discovered what archaeologists believe is the best-preserved prehistoric landscape in the world. Richard Uridge dives in search of evidence that may force history textbooks to be rewritten. Producer Richard Uridge
1/2. Rags, Bones, Bishops and Silly Moos. Tim Brooke -Taylor begins this exploration of the BBC's Comedy
Playhouse, the proving-ground for some of TV's best loved sitcoms, by showcasing the first seven seasons of pilots. With contributions from Bernard Cribbins , Warren Mitchell and Harry H Corbett. Producer Stephen Garner
Topical consumer affairs reports, with Liz Barclay and Peter White. including at 12.30 Call You and Yours. For the first time radio listeners have the chance to contribute to a Select Committee report. The Health
Select Committee has agreed to hear suggestions from the public on smoking in public places on today's programme. Committee chair Kevin Barron is
Peter White 's guest. All contributions will be considered before compilation Of the final report. Producer Samantha Fenwick
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A celebration of the Belgian singer Jacques Brel , whose songs were covered by Bowie, Sinatra, and Shirley Bassey. Philip Sweeney finds out why the British don't like chanson, and why the Belgians just don't care. Producer Miles Warde Repeated on Saturday at 4.30pm
A blend of drama with interviews, by Howard Belgard and Jeff Young , that explores the legacy of the controversial therapy of doses of LSD given to asylum patients in the 1960s and 70s.
Producers/Directors Howard Belgard and Jeff Young
5/13. Sue Cook and the team tackle listeners' historical challenges, help with family research and champion those who are actively "making history". Producer Nick Patrick ADDRESS: [address removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: [number removed](calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
2/5. The Winter's Tale. Gerard Murphy reads Robert Greene 's prose romance Pandosto, a tale of sexual jealousy and social unrest that Shakespeare used as the basis for The Winter's Tale. For details see yesterday
5/6. Justin is squeezing a morris dancer into a bin; Neil is bunging a jockey at a clock, and James takes a sailor "up the opera". Producer Will Saunders
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2/5. Baby Jack has arrived, and Lucy and John are in shock. No sleep, no sex, and now poor old John's got to go back to work. What a shame, missing out on all that lovely baby-care. By Stephanie Caiman.
For cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
6/10. After the controversy over the breast cancer drug Herceptin, Gerry Northam examines the way in which
Britain approves new drugs for use in the NHS and asks whether patients' lives are being put at risk by needless bureaucracy. Producer Bill Law Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
3/4. Dementia. Although many people may feel that dementia is inevitable as they get older, dementia can be caused by many different factors. Richard Hannaford asks what we do know about dementia and what we need to find out in order to provide better services for our ageing population. Producer Helen Sharp Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/10. Disturbing Revelations. All is not as it seems at Brightman's Attic. After a surprise visit from his schizophrenic daughter, Tom's boss Harry reveals all. Paul Auster 'S new novel. For details see yesterday
Pakistan v England
The fifth day's play in the First Test from Multan, Pakistan. Including 7.15-7.21 News and Papers; 8.31 Yesterday in Parliament; 9.45 Daily Service.
Producer Peter Baxter 'approximate time
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