Pakistan v England
The second one-day international from Lahore. Including
9.45-10.00 Daily Service
Led by the Very Rev Graham Forbes from St Mary's
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1 1/5. Jeremy Seal sets off on a journey to trace the story of Santa Claus from his roots in fourth-century - Byzantium to a Christmas grotto in Birmingham. Written by Jeremy Seal , abridged by Polly Coles , and read by Alan Cox. Producer Clive Brill Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: Santa -a Life by Jeremy Seal is available for E1399 (RRP £14.99) including p&p. To order, send a cheque payable to RT Direct. Address: [address removed] Call [number removed](calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute), quoting RT, or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
1/2. Diversity training is big business, with trainers helping us understand our differences and guiding different ethnic groups towards peaceful co-existence. But does it work? Munira Mirza investigates whether we can be made more sensitive to each other, or whether, by emphasising difference, diversity training might unwittingly be divisive. Producer Jolyon Jenkins
4/6 Shake, Rattle and Roll. Christmas is coming inexorably, as is the end of Zelda's boys' Ministry of Defence assignment. But why is Bryan so keen to have decorations in the office? And could soldiers really be at risk of losing limbs as a result of vibration in tanks? Will the health and safety directive provide answers? Christopher Lee comedy drama. Producer Rosalind Ayres : Director Pete Atkin
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When Jack and Sal invite friends Paula and Bob over for dinner it's not just the chilli that's hot. We eavesdrop on their conversations as well as their private thoughts until emotions reach fever pitch. A play about contemporary relationships and how we react when love goes. Written by Anthony Cropper.
Producer/Director Janet Hampson
Listeners' personal finance questions answered by Paul Lewis and his guests. Producer Chris Atourt
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1/5 Two and a Half Words. The first of five pieces this week by writers living in the countries affected by last year's tsunami comes from journalist Amitav Ghosh. It's a moving account of his journey to the Andaman and Nicobar islands in the wake of the disaster in the company of a film star and a man he calls The Director. Read by Sam Dastor. Producer Sara Davies
5/7. Another chance to hear the show from this year's Edinburgh Festival, featuring chairman Humphrey Lyttelton and panellists Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Barry Cryer and Ross Noble. With Colin Sell at the piano. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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By Charles Dickens.
David, now known as Trotwood Copperfield, is at school in Canterbury. But he spends much time with Agnes Wickfield, also making the acquaintance of her father's clerk, Uriah Heep.
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In 1955, documentary-maker Denis Mitchell took a portable tape recorder out on to Britain's city streets after dark to record the voices of the people he found: the vagrants and criminals, the hopeful and the hopeless. Fifty years later, here is an update. Some of the stories have an eerie familiarity. Others, such as those of call-centre staff, rent boys and nuns living through the London bombings, show how radically our patterns of life have Changed over the period. Producer Samantha McAlister
4/8. Pairing Up. Attracting and keeping a mate is not easy, and for many animals it's up to the males to battle it out and impress the females, often at great cost to themselves. Aubrey Manning watches as red-deer stags fight for supremacy, and finds out why lionesses prefer lions with thick, black manes. Producer Joanne Stevens
6/10. Zouch has decided that Mary is the key to a new life in which uncomfortable memories of his former existence in London will become a thing of the past.
But he still can't quite shake off his interest in Joanna Brandon. Derek Jacobi reads from Anthony Powell's sharp comedy of manners, abridged by Jane Marshall.
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