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Round (Song 1). Ephesians 4, vv1-6. The Secret of Christ (Shephard). Thy Hand, 0 God, Has Guided (Thornbury). With John Powell Singers. Musical director John Powell
1/5. Stuart Cuts Loose. The story of an unlikely friendship between a Cambridge academic and a violent, homeless drug addict. One weekday between 4 and 5pm, 12-year-old Stuart was transformed from a happy little boy into a nightmare figure. Stuart has finally got himself sorted but typically he throws it all away to live in a local park and get drunk. Why? This is that strange, funny and sad story, written and narrated by Alexander Masters , and abridged by Libby Spurrier. Stuart is played by Mark Burley. Producer Matt Thompson Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: Stuart: a Life Backwards is available to pre-order in Paperback for E7.99 (available 6 February) including p&p. UK delivery only. 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. Joshua Rozenberg investigates the newly established International Criminal Court and looks at how it intends to bring about its first prosecution, a landmark in global justice. He traces the ICC's attempts to bring the leaders of a rebel army in northern Uganda to face trial in the Hague, and talks to those who fear the court is jeopardising attempts to reach a negotiated peace in the region. Producer Brian King
3/6. Loophole. Patrick gets a job presenting on the Barbecue channel and filming takes place on location at the Bartholomew family home. As the flames get higher, Stella's precious garden is under threat. Written by Lucy Clare and Ian Davidson.
Producer/Director Elizabeth Freestone
One night, five years ago, Karen ran away from her husband and found herself a job in a burger van at the seaside. Now Steve turns up at the van and asks for a hotdog. it's the moment Karen's been dreading - and rehearsing - ever since she made her escape from their relationship. Written by Carolyn Bonnyman.
Producer/Director David Jackson Young
Listeners' personal finance questions answered by Vincent Duggleby and his guests. Producer Louise Greenwood PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) Lines open from 1.30pm
1/5. Let Us Go to America! Puppeteer Walter Wilkinson 's account of his adventures in America with his travelling peep show in the 1930s. Wilkinson and his wife set sail for New York. Read by David Timson and abridged by Roy Apps. Producer David Blount
1/5. Designed by Nature. To appreciate just how well adapted native ponies can be to their environment and to discover the origins of what is thought to be the original British hill pony, Dylan Winter travels to the freezing cold and windswept heights of Exmoor to get a true feel for the hardiness of the "horsebeast" - the name originally given to the Exmoor Pony. Producer Sheena Duncan
3/11. Nicholas Parsons attempts to keep control over the most devious of panel games. This week's contestants are Clement Freud, Tony Hawks, Julian Clary and Kate RobbinS. Producer Claire Jones Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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1/5. The Swimming Pool. It is the last swimming lesson of term and schoolgirl Lucy has locked herself out of the changing room, determined not to come out. Snapshots into moments of change in the lives of different women at various ages and stages in their lives. By Louise Gooding.
Producer/Director Pauline Harris Repeated from 10.45am
2/4. The Locock Baby. The investigative history series.
Mike Thomson picks up the trail of a possible royal scandal in a graveyard in Sevenoaks, Kent, where a family tomb may hold the remains of an illegitimate grandchild of Queen Victoria. From the Isle of Wight to an exclusive London address, Mike follows the clues to discover the truth about Henry Leicester Locock. Producer Mary Burgess
"I am by profession a science-fiction writer. I deal in fantasy. My life is a fantasy." Philip K Dick is now world-famous, thanks to films like Blade Runner, Total Recall and Minority Report. But in the last years of his life he encountered something so strange and troubling he couldn't stop writing about it. Writer Ken Hollings asks: was it Phil's fault God talked to him or was it God's?" Producer Mark Burman
New series 1/9. The Robin. With the festive season still lingering in the air, Lionel Kelleway joins David Harper at Dartington Hall in Devon to celebrate a popular Christmas character and one of the best-loved garden visitors - the robin. At this time of year, these red-breasted songsters flit from perch to perch, defending theirterritory and filling the air with their winter song. producer Sarah Blunt
6/15. "A horrid stuffy place." Aziz's hospitality knows no bounds as he transports his English guests to a picnic at the Marabar Caves. EM Forster's final novel, about friendship and love under India's over-arching sky, is read by Samuel West and abridged by Sally Marmion. Producer Di speirs
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