2/4. Tell Them I'm Occupied with Cyprus. Allan Little analyses
Britain's contradictory relationship with Europe. Today he charts Britain's ambiguity towards the process of European integration. Producer Jane Beresford Repeated at 9.30pm
2/4. If you feel inferior, school can be a place fraught with problems. Will you be picked on? Will you make friends?
And, if you're a teacher, will you be able to inspire a class and keep control? Michael Rosen continues his quest to find out what being inferior actually means. Producer Emma Kingsley
Led by the Rev Tony Burnham. For Mary, Mother of Our
Lord (St Botolph). Matthew 1, vvl8-23. Immanuel (Card).
To the Name of Our Salvation (Oriel). With the Coventry
Singers. Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
1/5. Frank Wynne 's account of how the Nazis and Holland's art world were duped by master forger Han van Meegeren. Today's instalment looks at how he learnt his trade Abridged by Katrin Williams and read by Anton Lesser. Producer Duncan Minshull
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I Residents around the Glasgow landfill site at
Cathkin have long complained of being plagued by flies, which multiply on the 400,000 tons of waste dumped every year. They tell Mark Stephens how the tip has made their lives miserable. Producer Susan Mitchell
2/8. Interlude at Augusta. In Sicily, Paul and Steve begin to sense that someone is on their trail. By Francis Durbridge.
Producer Patrick Rayner
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1/2 Taken by Surprise. Dr Joe Aston is a forensic psychologist on attachment to the police in Teeside. A man is abducted and released only when his employer pays the ransom. Joe resorts to unorthodox methods to secure a positive identification of the main suspect. By
David Napthine. The second part can be heard next Monday.
Producer/Director Toby Swift
1/10. Mary Renault's classic reworking of the legend of Theseus begins with Theseus returning home in glory, having overcome the monstrous Minotaur, only to discover that his father is dead. Abridged by Keith Darvill and read bv Robert Glenister. Producer Christine Hall
1/5. Malcolm McLaren on Queen Elizabeth II
To celebrate 150 years of London's National Portrait
Gallery, Malcolm McLaren is the first celebrity to choose a portrait for discussion - Andy Warhol 's silkscreen images of Queen Elizabeth II. McLaren knew Warhol and tells us why he thinks his portraits have lost their power and become "fashion". Introduced by Sandy Nairne , director of the NPG. Producer Susan Marling Portraits of a nation: page 109
1/5. The second volume of Irene Nemirovsky 's Suite
Française: a searing depiction of France under German occupation, written in 1942 before her arrest and death in Auschwitz. In 1941, a German regiment is billeted in a French village. In the Angellier household two warring women pack away the good linen, lock up the piano and Dreoare to meet the enemy. Adapted by Penny Leicester .
Producer/Director Di Speirs Repeated from 10.45am
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Viscountess de Montmort:
3/3. Many artists tried to love the Bolshevik revolution, but even for them life under the new regime was not easy. Some committed suicide. Others did the regime's bidding: the head of the Composers' Union, Khrennikov, repressed Prokofiev, Khachaturian and Shostakovich. His widow,
Irina, shares her account of those turbulent postwar years With Martin Sixsmith. Producer Alan Hall
6/9. Thembi's Aids Diary. In 2004, at the age of 19, Thembi Ngubane was given a tape recorder to keep an audio diary of her life with Aids. Over the course of a year she collected more than 50 hours of tape, giving a moving and highly personal insight into what it's like living with Aids in South Africa today.
Repeated from Thursday
1/5. In 1956, the Rev John Ames begins a letter to his young son. To be read posthumously, it is an account of himself and his forebears and an intimate expression of paternal love. Marilynne Robinson 's 2005 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Abridged by Elizabeth Reeder. Read by Garrick Hagon. Producer Kirsteen Cameron
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In 1920, 16 years before the Jarrow march, groups of blind men set off from the North to meet David Lloyd George. Gerry Northam explores why their crusade has been largely ignored by history, producer John Byrne
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