The third one-day international from Karachi.
Including 8.31-8.58 Yesterday in Parliament;
9.45-10.00 Daily Service
On Jordan's Bank the Baptist's Cry (Winchester News).
Romans 13, vvll-14. Zion, at Thy Shining Gate (Bohemian, arr Guest). Make Way, Make Way (Kendnck). Director of music Barry Rose. ; 10.00 News.
Producer Peter Baxter approximate time
With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament With Rachel Hooper and Robert Orchard.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Oliver McTernan.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. Leaving southern Europe behind, Saint Nicholas heads north for Amsterdam, where he becomes Sinterklaas and starts to play a very different role in the lives of his devotees. By Jeremy Seal. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
As Romeo declares undying love to Juliet the spittle flies back and forth. At the end of Hamlet, the stage is littered with corpses, all with chests heaving. But the audience doesn't mind. Paul Allen investigates our ability to ignore all this in our appreciation of the arts, with he p from Jonathan Miller , John Williams , Timothy West and Prunella Scales. Producer Julian May
Tom has constructed the perfect soundtrack to his life.
But when his perfect relationship falls through, the music has to change. Then he meets Harper. A playlist drama in nine songs, by Stephen Keyworth. .......
Producer/Director Lu Kemp
4/4 Sore Throats. Most sore throats are caused by viruses and will clear up in a few days - but what do you do if your sore throat just won't go away? This week
Barbara Myers and her guest answer questions and hear listeners' suggestions about how best to treat sore throats and they discuss tonsil removal and finding out whether a sore throat is a sign of something more serious.
Producer Anna Buckley
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4/5. Tears of a Coffin Maker. When the first wave struck, the authorities released inmates held in a prison in the coastal town of Matara in southern Sri Lanka. This extraordinary event provides the backdrop to this moving story in which a prisoner helps a stranger look for his missing wife. By Lai Medawattegedera. Read by ShivGrewal. Producer Elizabeth Allard For further details see Monday
3/4. A Head for Heights. Colin Lee has been a slate roofer in north Wales for nearly 40 years. He maintains that attention to detail and a good head for heights are essential requirements for the job. Those skills are also vital for the climbers who have pioneered new routes in the disused slate quarries nearby. For details see Tuesday
Kate Mosse investigates why art galleries make such good settings for fictional murder. And Paul Heiney advises a sailing fanatic who loves to read poetry, but can't navigate his way through novels. Repeated from Sunday at 4pm
The panel and audience discuss issues relating to the implementation of stem cell research and gene therapy.
Hosted by Ouentin Cooper. The third of six debates comes from the Centre for Life, Newcastle. Producer Fiona Roberts
1/4. John Weak puts the man into management. He's randy, devious, sexist and drink-sodden; a high-powered marketing director with the morals of a skunk, the skin of a rhino and the brain of a one-celled organism. Comedy series written by Guy Browning.
Producer/Director Jonquil Panting
9/20. David is apprenticed at Doctors' Commons and takes a small suite of rooms, where he entertains - in style. By Charles Dickens. Adapted by Mike Walker. For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Two years ago Sandra Jones lost the sight in her left eye; in a year's time she's likely to be almost blind.
But there are five things in the natural world she's determined to see before that happens - for starters, she makes up her mind to walk to the North Pole. A moving but often funny programme that charts humanity's relationship with the world from the point of view of a remarkable woman. Producer Adele Armstrong
5/7. Generation Hexed. The generation that is now under 35 is the first to pay for a welfare state from which it will derive little benefit. People born after 1970 will have to be more self-reliant than their parents. Will they also be more selfish? Journalist Camilla Cavendish asks whether the concept of mutual obligation can possibly survive in a culture in which workers are burdened with debt, rising taxation and the need to save for their own welfare.
Producer Innes Bowen Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
5/5. Finding Mick Jagger. To save his marriage, Owen must find his rock hero Mick Jagger and persuade him to retire. But will Mick listen? Comedy drama written by Owen O'Neill , who stars alongside Phil Cornwell , Pauline Goldsmith and Michael Legge. Producer Claire Jones
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