With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament With David Wilby and Alicia McCarthy.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Anne Atkins.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Christine Morgan. Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus (Morning Light). Ephesians 6. vvlO-20. Battle Hymn (arr Wilhousky). Fight the Good Fight (Duke Street). Director of music Stephen Jackson. Organist Jeffrey Makinson.
4/5. The British Caff. "Pubs have gone up-market, are franchised, themed. The caff resists this gentrification doggedly and triumphantly. They exist nowhere else, indeed no other country in the world would want them. An essay by William Boyd. For details see Mon Repeated 12.30am
Pakistan v England
The fifth day's play in the Second Test from Faisalabad. Including 7.15-7.21 News and Papers;
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament; 9.45 Daily Service.
Producer Peter Baxter *approximate time
9/9. New Orleans. Before Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Police Department was among the lowest-paid in the country The force had a reputation for corruption and brutality. Then came Katrina. Of the 1,400-strong police force, 250 are said to have deserted immediately. Two officers took their own lives, while about 80 per cent lost their homes. Many are now living on a cruise ship. two to a room, their families scattered across the southern United States. How does such a shattered force rebuild its morale and reputation? John Murphy tells their stories. Producer Allie Wharf Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
C Britain's first professional theatre-in-the-round was founded in Scarborough 50 years ago by the pioneering
Stephen Joseph. Robert Powell , who began his acting career in the round, visits the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough and talks to playwright Alan Ayckbourn , actor Tom Courtenay. director Peter Cheeseman , designer
Alison Chitty and folk singer Martin Carthy about their experience of this intimate and unusual space, where the audience surround the action in a uniquely involving way. Producers Faynia Williams and Richard Bannerman Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
The true story of Jeffrey Hudson , whose extraordinary adventures are celebrated in a masque, including his presentation in a pie to King Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria , and his daring exploits in the Civil War. Written bv Robin Brooks. WilfredoAcosta Himself
Producer/Director Fiona McAlpine
Master of ceremonies:
Young Sam Tom:
New series 1/4. Cosmetic Surgery. With an estimated 65,000 operations performed each year. cosmetic surgery is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. Dr Adrian Richards joins presenter Barbara Myers to answer listeners' questions.
Producer Anna Buckley PHONE: [number removed]from 1.30pm (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
4/5. Xmas Blues. Written by Folashade Alli-Owe (Nigeria) and read by Valentine Nonyela.
Treason. Written by Preeta Krishna (India) and read by Sudha Bhuchar.
The Day I Met My Father. By Halcian Pierre (Trinidad) and read by Sandra James-Young . For details see Monday
4/4. Autumn - Roosting, Again. The summer's scattering of rooks is over and their communal urges bring them together again, like black threads of bird-life stitching up the countryside. With Mark Cocker. For details see Monday
The behaviour that allows locusts to avoid collisions during swarming is being applied in car-crash early-warning systems. This makes possible a radically different approach to collision mitigation as even one extra second of warning could enable a car to slow down automatically and SO limit damage. Producer Julian Siddle.
4/5. Lilacs in the Spring Again. Constance is invited to open a chic new flower shop in New York, but the outbreak of war brings her home to England. By Julie Fraser.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
NY cab driver:
Al-lslah is a privately run Muslim girls' school in Blackburn, Lancashire. Gaining exclusive access to all activities, Jenny Cuffe meets some of Al-lslah's teachers and students. She finds out how Islam affects the curriculum, and why parents favour this kind of education. How good is a school like Al-lslah at equipping its students for life in 21st-century Britain? Producer Linda Pressly
2/7. The Trade Trap. Everyone seems to agree that better trade brings wealth to rich and poor countries, and benefits consumers everywhere. So why are crucial global trade talks in Hong Kong next month prompting such pessimism? Diane Coyle reveals how the deals done there might affect US all. Producer Chris Bowlby Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
9/10. The Laughing Girl. Aurora has resurfaced briefly, only to vanish again within 30 seconds. Tom and Nathan's darkest anxieties have been confirmed, and Nathan sets off to find her. By Paul Auster. For details see Monday
2/5. My Son the Footballer. Nathan risks his life, family and friends when his only son becomes the focus for his obsession with the Beautiful Game. Comedy drama written by and starring Owen O'Neill , with Jon Glover , Beth Fitzgerald , Richard Firth , Stephen Hogan , Luke O'Reilly and Patrick Simpson. Producer Claire Jones
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