With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Rachel Hooper and Robert Orchard.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rt Rev James Jones.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. In 1790, the second convict fleet arrives in New South Wales with many sick and dying. A young native man is captured as part of Governor Phillip's "Aboriginal diplomatic experiment". By Tom Keneally , read by Jonathan Hyde. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Led by the Rev Peter Whittaker. Filled with the Spirit's
Power (Farley Castle). 1 Thessalonians 5, vv13b-24 Veni
Sancte Spiritus (Taize). 0 Thou Who Camest from Above (Hereford). Director of music Richard Tanner.
Actor and former quantity surveyor Bill Paterson takes a personal look at the highs and lows or Glasgow's architectural redevelopment. He joined by architects, musicians, historians and residents on his journey round a city that never likes to do anything by halves. Producer Emma Harding Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
Raymond Briggs , creator of The Snowman, dramatises his own book about a miniature man with a humungous personality who appears one day in a young boy s room. Starring Bernard Cribbins.
Director Celia de Wolff
9/10. The problem-solving programme, presented by Stewart Henderson. Producer Sarah Cuddon
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4/5. Dirty and Unclean. In marrying a man outside ner
Jewish community Nina Mulavana is convinced she can escape the confines of her upbringing. But events take an unexpected turn. By Naomi Alderman. The reader is Tracy-Ann Oberman. For details see Monday
84/90. Mesopotamia and the Balfour Declaration
Modern Iraq was created by the victorious European powers after the Great War, and the seeds were sown of problems that would continue to haunt the world. By
Christopher Lee. Readings by Rupert Degas and Charlie Higson. For further details see Monday
Lindsey Davis joins readers to discuss Time to Depart - part of her series of thrillers set in ancient Rome. Her investigator is Marcus Didius Falco , a kind of 1950s gumshoe detective operating in the teeming bustle of Rome.
Presented by James Naughtie. Repeated from Sunday at 4pm
It's a game of two halves - and of surface geometry and dynamic traction. The outcome of a football match can hinge on the precise design of a boot or the aerodynamics of the ball. With the World Cup just 24 hours away,
Ouentin Cooper kicks off an investigation into the science behind the beautiful game. Producer Colin Grant
Why have cartoonists, comedians and satirists found such a rich vein in royal ribaldry? What does our willingness to be amused by the Queen tell us about ourselves and how Britain may be changing? Miles Kington examines the minds and material of those who have made jokes at the Queen's expense. Producer Neil George
4/5. A Place in the Rain. Self-made millionaire Bren finds more questions than answers in the island's solitude.
Shonagh wants to get on the property ladder but will the "in-comer" spoil her dream? Written by Jules Home .
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
1/2. Wells Street in central London, home to the country's only dedicated family court, has for the first time lifted its blanket ban on reporting and allowed Jenny Cuffe inside. She meets district judge Nicholas Crichton and his team, who in the course of a day may be asked to adjudicate between estranged parents fighting over contact with their children, order that a baby be taken into care, or decide that a child be put up for adoption.
And she finds out how decisions are really made in these complex and difficult Cases. Producer Smita Patel Behind the Scenes: page 103
6/9. Back to School. Computer guru James Martin has made a huge donation of F-60 million to the University of Oxford to fund a new school designed to tackle the biggest problems facing humanity in the 21st century. He tells Peter Day what's behind this significant chunk of philanthropy, and why he thinks it's so important to think hard about the way technology is changing our world. Producer Julie Ball Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
3/9. World Cup fever takes hold as Geoff Watts looks at the psychology of the beautiful game. How does the behaviour of the crowds sitting in the stands affect the players and referees on the pitch? Can the fans influence who takes home the much coveted trophy, or is it all down to the skill Of the players? Producer Alexandra Feachem
2/6. The sketch show where everyday situations are taken to new heights - and then a bit further. Written and performed by Susie Donkin , Charlotte McDougall , Oriane Messina and Fay Rusling , and featuring Dave Lamb. Producer Carol Smith
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