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6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
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2/6. Fergal Keane talks to individuals who have taken a stand against something significant. He asks what motivated them to act and discovers what the consequences were of their decision. Producer Jane Beresford Repeated at 9.30pm
3/5. Martin Luther "Luther was the bosses lickspittle. Each week, David Starkey argues that one of five major
Christian figures distorted, or even betrayed the Christian faith Their defenders argue back. producer David coomes
Presented by the Rt Rev George Stack. Christ Is the King!
0 Friends Rejoice! ( Vulpius). Luke 6, w12-19. Draw Us in the Spirit's Tether (Friedell). Go Forth and Tell (Yanwortn). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
2/5. "It's difficult to enjoy eating a variety of puddings when three pairs of eyes, however sympathetic, are trained on you - and more difficult when you're eager to present yourself as a distinguished elderly playwright." By Simon Gray. Fordetails see yesterday Repeated atl2.30am
1/8 Life before Birth. Natural-history series examining what makes the difference between life and death in the wild. Zoologist Aubrey Manning observes life at the cutting edge of survival, discovering here that the die is cast even before birth - it makes a big difference who the parents are and whether they are comfortable in their environment. Producer Mary Colwell
2/2. "They Think it's All Real." Jayne Ashbourne explores the real and fictitious locations that provide settings or some favourite television and radio comedies. She takes a trip to Lister Avenue in Doncaster to discover how a hair salon was converted into the most famous corner shop in COmedy history. Producer Stephen Garner
Topical consumer affairs reports, with Liz Barclay and Peter White. Including at 12.30 Call You and Yours.
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3/3 Philosopher Mary Warnock reflects on a family life that's been dominated by music for more than 80 years; including her daughter's meeting as a young cellist with Rostropovich, and the extraordinary trip she and her son Felix made to Moscow with Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears when her brother was ambassador there. She also celebrates the county system of music education of the 1960s and 70s and wonders what's in store for the current generation of would-be young musicians. Producer Bill Lloyd Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
2/5. It is 1920. Despite his clashes with the science master, Carter. Davy has settled in well to school life at Bamfylde. And his wife Beth is expecting twins any day. Written by RF Delderf ield and dramatised by Shaun McKenna.
For main cast and details see yesterday
2/13. Richard Daniel presents the magazine that deals with environmental issues. Producer Nick Patrick ADDRESS: [address removed] email: home.planet @bbc.co.uk Phone: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
2/5 Hand-Print across the Landscape. To be a good waller you need the skills that combine creating 3-D pieces of art with jigsaw puzzles. Yet there is no time to think - "never pick the same stone up twice" says waller Andy Louden - or you'll never make a living. For details see yesterday
3/6. Through sketches, stand-up and audience participation, Jo Caulfield looks at attempts at law and order in Britain and whether things are done better abroad. Starring Jo Caulfield , with Alan Francis , Simon Greenall and Sharon Horgan. Written by Jo Caulfield and Kevin Anderson. Producer Chris Neill
2/5. Something Unspoken. A wealthy Southern woman has shared her home with her female secretary for 15 years. Isn't it time they got round to speaking the unspoken? From the play by Tennessee Williams , adapted by Anna Linstrum. Starring Barbara Jefford and Elizabeth McGovern. For details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
The North African countries of Morocco and Tunisia are both celebrating 50 years of independence from French colonial rule. They're two of the most pro-Western states in the Arab world and both claim to be on the road to political democracy. Yet young Moroccans and Tunisians are prominent among those accused of involvement in Islamic terror groups in western Europe. Mark Whitaker investigates. Producer Mark Whitaker Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
3/12. Four in five adults will experience back pain. Yet because the back is so complex, every sufferer needs individual treatment options. Dr Mark Porter investigates the latest range of medical techniques to prevent and treat this often debilitating condition.
Producer Paula McGrath Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/6. Irrational Thoughts. Jon Ronson asks why his inner conversations spiral into irrationality - and discovers he isn't alone. Actress Jessica Stevenson created a whole imaginary world for her boyfriend, while comedian Danny Robins can't stop himself singing "hopefully not" after the chorus of American Pie ("This'll be the day that I die"). Producer Simon Jacobs
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