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 David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rt Rev Tom Butler.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
3/8. Convicting Sex Offenders. The conviction rate of defendants charged with rape or other sexual offences is at an all-time low. Research suggests ignorance and prejudice are still widespread among judges, juries and prosecutors. The Director of Public Prosecutions, Ken Macdonald , and other leading experts discuss with presenter Clive Anderson the need for changes in the legal System. Producer Brian King Repeated at 9.30pm
3/5. Aflatoxin. Aflatoxin is a poison produced by mould that grows on damp crops. It hit the headlines when it was named as one of Saddam Hussein 's biological weapons or mass destruction. But the truth is that it's a low-key killer, that causes malnutrition and infant mortality throughout rural Africa. Jolyon Jenkins meets Chris Wild , a man who is attempting to solve the problem. Producer joiyon Jenkins
Led by Clair Jaquiss. Jesus, Friend of Little Children
(Westridge). Mark 9, vv33-37; 10, w13-16. Praise Ye the Lord, Ye Children (Tye). Glad that I Live Am I (Water End). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
2/5. Prospects for the Captain Scott XI are improved with the three O'Herlihy brothers, who are always late for matches, as the tour starts in Malaysia. Written by Harry Thompson. For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
From Sri Lanka's forests to the streets of Bangkok, Adam Fowler uncovers the plight of the working elephant. Once the workhorse of Asia, many thousands are now facing an uncertain future. He walks this twilight zone with them as ancient culture and modern politics struggle to find the answer. Producer Anna Scott Brown
2/4. The World of Work. Roy Hudd explains how various occupations, past and present, have been reflected in the comic songs of their day. Extracts and interviews combine to examine the influence of doctors and the clergy; reveal how people survive in mundane occupations; and how economic factors can work in favour of comedy records.
Producer Karl Phillips
Pianist and writer Susan Tomes explores the role of the pianist in chamber music duos, looking at the relationship with the pianist's performing partner and why the role has changed from that conceived by composers. Tomes feels it is high time that pianists are recognised for what they are - not accompanists, but pianists. Producer Andrea Kidd
Performance artist Bobby Baker , with the help of her patient, guide us through self-help therapies in this sly comedy. Grab hold of a frozen pea in readiness for
Bobby's instructions. By Bobby Baker. Bobby Herself
Music by Jocelyn Pook , performed by Melanie Pappenheim , Harvey Brough and Will Gressford ; Directors Marilyn Imrie and Polona Baloh Brown
2/13. Sue Cook hosts the programme that explores the relationship with the past through listeners' own historical puzzles and passions. Producer Nick Patrick
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2/5. On the Road. As one of the last of the dying breed of travelling salesmen, Jimmy Swan must use every trick in the book to survive. Luckily, he wrote the book. Stanley Baxter continues to read from Neil Munro 's collection of humorous tales. For details see yesterday
2/5. In the 1770s both Joseph Priestley in England and Antoine Lavoisier in France announced they had discovered oxygen. But who really got there first? Producer Alison Ayres For further details see yesterday
4/10. Sigmund Freud. Craig Brown reveals great dreams as he proposes Sigmund Freud for great-life status. Almost 70 years after his death, the father of psychoanalysis remains a compelling character, though critics have denounced his work as "the greatest intellectual confidence trick of the last century". Matthew Parris chairs the programme, and Adam Phillips offers expert advice. Producer Miles Warde Repeated on Friday at llpm
4/4. Comedy drama in which Unthinkable Solutions inflict their brand of help on Barrington council who are desperate to raise money. With Marcus Brigstocke ,
Catherine Shepherd , Robin Ince and Beth Chalmers. By James Cary. Producer Adam Bromley
2/5. Monica wants to do her bit for the war effort and becomes an unlikely Land Girl. Her cousins Gay and Barbara boldly give advice on how to acquire the experience of life that Monica lacks. By Monica Baldwin. For cast and further details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
2/2. President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela is attempting to build alliances to curtail the role of the USA in South
America. He's tapping into strong anti-US sentiment in many parts of Latin America. Emilio San Pedro visits the region and the USA to see if Washington is losing influence in what it historically considered to be "the backyard" - the countries to its south.
Producer Paul O'Keeffe Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
4/5. New research suggests that over the last 100 years there has been an enormous increase in the rate of suicides among schizophrenics. Claudia Hammond asks if things are as serious as they appear, and looks at the benefits of writing poetry for those who have "survived" mental illness. She meets the poets, and explores the relationship between mental illness and literature. Producer Rebecca Moore Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
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