5/5. A Clean Bill of Health. Richard Foster reveals the stories hidden in old bills. Thomas Arthur , an Irish doctor, kept his fee books from 1619 to 1666 in a neat Latin hand, leaving to posterity an incomparable record of the state of his nation's health. Producer Merilyn Harris
Presented by Michael Wakelin. Christ. Be Our Light (Farrell). 1 John 2, vv2-11. He Smiles within His Cradle (trad Austrian, arr Willcocks). Thou, Whose Almighty Word (Moscow). Director of music Christopher Walker.
2/4. The Romans in India. Aubrey Manning goes in search of the ancient Roman port of Muziris on the west coast of India, an important post in the route to the West of "black gold" - pepper. New research suggests that the city, long thought lost, may now have been found. Producer Helen sharp
Topical consumer affairs reports, with Winifred Robinson and Peter White. Including at 12.30 Call You and Yours.
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In the 1930s, Canadian musician Colin McPhee , entranced by the traditional music of Bali, bought instruments for the children of the village he lived in. Maria Bakkalapulo revisits the island to talk to the boy musicians, now in their 70s. And Philip Glass talks about the profound effect that Balian music has had on his own compositions. Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
By Sebastian Baczkiewicz. Galen, a talented and successful choreographer, likes order in her life. But then one day her world is turned upside down. She meets the man of her dreams at a party but when she starts to ask about him, no-one knows who he is. Does this Steve O'Something exist or is he a phantom? Galen is determined to find out.
Producer/Director Tracey Neale
Sue Cook and the team tackle listeners' historical and family research challenges. Producer Nick Patrick ADDRESS: [address removed]email: making.history(Sbbc.co.uk Phone: [number removed](calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
2/5. Dougal and Florence set out to solve the mystery of the disappearing flowers. In a separate adventure, Dougal is appointed the captain of a boat and a launch is planned. Read by Sophie Thompson. For details see yesterday
2/5. Moving Along. Getting around would be so much easier if we had wheels or springs. With the help of a physicist and a toy maker, Len Fisher gives rolling and hopping a try. For details see yesterday
4/7. Heather Payton discusses how digital map making is revolutionising the traditional world of cartography, and how the buying and selling of geographical information is changing the way business is done. Producer Rosamund Jones
5/10. Composer and presenter of Radio 3's Private
Passions Michael Berkeley and Canadian actor Kerry Shale join Sue MacGregor to talk about their favourite paperbacks. Producer Beth O'Dea Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
6/6. Andy Hamilton 's comedy about Trevor, the sports agent who believes in honour and decency and trust. This week a vain French football star throws a party, and wishes he hadn't.
Producer Andy Hamilton
2/5. Irene is forced into casual labour when she arrives in Ibiza to find she has inherited her absent friend's debts. Meanwhile, Vera has escaped Gaston's clutches in a beetroot truck heading for Trieste, where she falls in with Roman, a charismatic Transylvanian with a hatred of garlic. By Lou Wakefield and Carole Hayman.
For cast and further details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
American scientists are accusing the Bush administration of suppressing, manipulating and distorting their work. Justin Webb investigates the growing number of US science scandals - from editing climate-change research to repressing the sale of contraceptives. Producer Michelle Martin
6/6. Recent figures show that one in ten children aged 5-16 has a clinically recognisable mental disorder. Raj Persaud talks to experts in this area and visits a specialist psychiatric unit for children with severe problems, meeting therapists and parents who share their experiences about coping with mental health problems in their children. PHONE: osoo [number removed]
Executive producer Rebecca Asher Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
3/4. Jenny Green , frustrated intellectual, is going nowhere in a staff writing job on unfathomably successful TV soap Jesmond Road, until the day when she has the chance to take out her chagrin on the soap's script - and in the process unwittingly starts a cultural revolution. Written by Daniel and Mark Maier.
Producer Claire Bartlett
1/3. Judith Hann goes in search of the secrets of human identity and discovers how a new theory of personality is revolutionising scientists' understanding of what makes us who we are. Uniting psychologists and biologists for the first time, the "Big Five" theory taps into something fundamentally human. Producer Amanda Hargreaves Continues tomorrow at 11.30pm
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