1/5. As the wife of the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Edna Healey experienced political life from a unique viewpoint. She recounts her early years as well as her life with Denis Healey , both in power and in opposition, surrounded by "great and interesting people". After humble beginnings, Edna's mother and teacher are determined she will try for Oxford. Read by Sarah Badel. Abridged by Libby Spurrier. Producer Joanna Green
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Led by the Rev Stephen Shipley. God Is Love: His the Care (Theodoric arr Hoist). Romans 12, vv9-21. Love One Another (Wesley). Give Me Joy in My Heart (Sing
Hosanna). With Chester Cathedral choristers. Director of music Philip Rushforth. Organist David Poulter.
New series 1/3. in 1905, Herbert Austin produced his first motor car at Longbridge in the south of Birmingham. In 2005, production came to an abrupt end with the closure of MG Rover. Adrian Chiles charts the fortunes of the 6,000 redundant workers in the first of the series that also looks back over the company's chequered history. The series continues tomorrow. Producer Lucy Lunt
2/6. Animals. Pam Ayres reads more of her uniquely homely and humorous style of poetry, tells some anecdotes and performs sketches. She is aided by Felicity Montagu and Geoffrey Whitehead. Producer Claire Jones
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1/5. Laki Namberz. A short story by James Meek set in post-Soviet Kiev kicks off a series exploring the appeal and fatal attraction of "lucky numbers" in anything and everything, from lottery tickets and birthdays to mathematics and magic. The reader is Nigel Lindsay. Producer Jill Waters
1/5. It's amazing what you can find in a hole in the ground, especially if it's three miles deep! Every day this week, Gabrielle Walker investigates a different hole, beginning in Iceland, where scientists are drilling into an active volcano. Producer Martin Redfern
Vegetarianism. In the wake of BSE, foot-and-mouth disease and now avian flu, Sheila Dillon discovers whether vegetarianism is attracting new converts and how a growing vegetarian population may affect the future landscape. Repeated from yesterday at 12.30pm
2/9. Swapping quotes and anecdotes are Fran Beauman , Clive Coleman , Professor John Sutherland and Alan Titchmarsh. The reader is William Franklyn. Presented by Nigel Rees. Producer Tilusha Ghelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
6/10. By Virginia Woolf. Terence discovers that he has unexpectedly strong feelings for Rachel, but will they be reciprocated? Dramatised By Helen Edmundson.
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2/3. Great Expectations. It has already taken the world's largest pharmaceutical company years of research and millions of dollars to select and develop a new approach to treating HIV/Aids - and there is still no guarantee it will work in humans. Peter Day has spent five years tracking the process to produce this diary of the hopes and fears of the dedicated teams of specialists who combine to try to make a new drug. Producer Neil Koenig
8/13. Kolkata. Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) is booming. With an information-technology sector growing at a rapid rate, the city is undergoing a transformation. So how has Kolkata become the city of choice for many multinational companies? And is this enormous growth sustainable? Tanya Datta meets some of the city's winners and losers. Repeated from Thursday
Just when you thought it was safe to eat escargots with garlic butter, the world's deadliest snails are on the loose. Mark Stephen investigates cone shells and their powerful venom. Producer Louise Yeoman
6/10. Helen takes Paul to meet her mother in Romania, and discovers that she herself is descended from the long and evil line of Vlad Drakulya. Written by Elizabeth Kostova. Abridged by Neville Teller. Read by Colin Stinton and Barbara Barnes. Producer Eoin O'Callaghan
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India v England
The first in a series of seven one-day internationals comes from the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in Delhi.
With commentary by Simon Mann , Jonny Saunders , Harsha Bhogle and Angus Fraser.
Including at 8.25 News and Papers, at 8.31 Yesterday in Parliament, and at 9.45 Daily Service.
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