3/4. Breaking Down the Borders. Allan Little analyses Margaret Thatcher 's complicated and sometimes contradictory relationship with Europe. With contributions from Geoffrey Howe and Douglas Hurd. Producer Jane Beresford Repeated at 9.30pm
3/4. Why do some people never seem to get the promotion or the job they are seemingly well able to do?
Michael Rosen continues his exploration of what being inferior actually means by examining situations in the Workplace. Producer Paul Kobrak
1/5. Kathleen Dayus 's memoir of life below the poverty line in industrial Birmingham. Born into the slums of the city's jewellery quarter in 1903, Kathleen became a legend in her time and published four volumes of autobiography. Today she recalls some of the formidable characters or her childhood. Abridged by Julian Wilkinson and read by Diana Bishop. Producer Emma Harding Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: The Girl from Hockley by Kathleen Dayus is available for E6.99 including p&p. To order, send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers to: [address removed] Call [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than ap per minute), quoting RT. or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
Against a backdrop of war in Iraq and troops in Afghanistan, more soldiers are being signed up from Birmingham than anywhere else in the UK. Ten per cent of the British army is made up from the West Midlands. With exclusive access to the army, Rajesh Mirchandani examines the ethics and morals behind the success of the West Midlands recruitment drive. producer Fran Barnes
3/8. Introducing Colonel Marquand. At the Villa Negara, events take a mysterious and dangerous turn. Written by Francis Durbridge. .... Producer Patrick Rayner
5/6. David Stafford presents a summer seaside special edition of the cryptic radio treasure hunt. Guest panel lists Hilary Kay , David Edwards and John Sergeant race against the clock with their buckets and spades to locate a mystery treasure. Producer Sarah Rowlands RptdonSatatHpm
2/2. Can't See for Looking. A witness to an arson attack thinks she saw a rhinoceros throwing a petrol bomb. Forensic psychologist Dr Joe Aston tries to discover what she really saw. By David Napthine. Producer Toby Swift ; Director Mary Peate
6/10. Attica is under siege from the East - and from the Amazon Moon Maidens. Mary Renault's classic reworking of the legend of Theseus continues. Abridged by Keith Darvill and read by Robert Glenister. Producer Christine Hail
1/5. Can dance heal people who've been tortured and have fled their homelands? Sebastiao Mpembele Kamalandua and an African woman, who cannot give her name, met at Dublin's Spirasi, the centre for the care of the survivors of torture. With the choreographer John Scott. Producer Frances Byrnes
1/5. Germans at Meat and Frau Fischer. A week of stories from Katherine Mansfield 's first collection, written in 1910 and capturing the world of the German Spa and the plight of a very modern woman. Adapted by Deborah Levy.
Producer Di Speirs Repeated from 10.45am
Robert Beckford examines the history of The Voice, Britain's most successful black newspaper, now in its
25th year. He speaks to former editors, journalists and commentators, including Trevor McDonald , Bill Morris ,
Diane Abbott , Gina Yashere , Tony Sewell and Mike Phillips. Today The Voice claims it is still the number one black newspaper, but with the rise of New Nation, and more broadsheets covering black issues, is there still a need for a black paper? Producer Emily Jeal
7/9. Mumbai. On 11 July seven bombs exploded during rush hour on Mumbai's main commuter rail network. Some 200 people were killed and hundreds more injured. Anu
Anand goes to Mumbai to meet the people affected by the disaster and asks why India's financial capital has once again become the target for terrorist bombers. Repeated from Thu
2/3. Fruit Fly. Max Levitan , who has studied the gene adaptations of the humble fruit fly for nearly 60 years, shows Julian Hector what his research indicates about how a species can adjust to climate change. Producer Jamie Merritt
1/10. A dark and gripping contemporary pyschological thriller about Scottish drifter Jack McCall that travels from the ski slopes of France to a Spanish wilderness as dry and as hot as hell. Written and abridged by Ron Butlin. Read by Simon Donaldson. Producer Kirsty Williams
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Through interviews and archive recordings,
Debbie Kilbride reconstructs The Favourite, a small Irish music pub in north London that was demolished to make way for Arsenal's new Stadium. Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
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