9.30 Meet the 1/5. Ticket Tales Mark Savage meets the men and women who've attracted attention in cyberspace by recording their thoughts and impressions on anything and everything. Editor Gwyneth Williams Producer , Savage
2/5. By Antonia Fraser. Henriette-Anne and l Valliere were Louis's first two mistresses, and emerged from the Queen's Ladies in Waiting. Read by Lia Williams. For further details see yesterday Repeated at 12.3Uam
Led by Canon Noel Vincent. Father, Hear the Prayer We
Offer (Sussex). Micah 6, wi-8. 0 for a Closer Walk with God (Stanford). Go Forth and Tell (Yanworth). Director of music Simon Lole. Organist Nigel Spooner.
Research on animals suggests that the gender of their offspring may not be simply a matter of chance. There's some evidence that expectant humans too can influence the sex of their unborn babies. Andrew Luck-Baker looks at who or what controls gender. Producer Fiona Roberts
2/2. Morwenna Banks looks at the comic tradition of old codgers and old maids played by much younger actors, including Kenneth Williams's J. Peasmold Gruntfuttock, Matt Lucas as Sir Bernard Chumley, Joan Sims as Gran in Till Death Us Do Part and Catherine Tate's Nan. Written by Alan Stafford.
Consumer affairs, Presented by Winifred Robinson and Peter White. Including at 12.30 Call You and Yours.
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Russian Orthodox church music is capable of inducing deep sense of the spiritual even in those who have little interest in its religious content. Michael bou visits
Holy Trinity Seminary in upstate New York, which helped keep this music alive during the Soviet communist era.
Producer Kristine Pommert Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
By Martyn Wade. Gerald owns a score box at m cricket ground but it's put to most use in the winter months, something his wife has never found out and which Gerald is determined she never shall.
Music arranged and played by Neil Brand Producer/Director Jane Morgan
7/13. Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about the environment. Producer Nick Patrick
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2/5. By Merryn Glover.
Helping out at his local soup kitchen, a man reflects upon his childhood. Then a tired old man sits down and begins to eat, and, in doing so, reveals far more than he could have imagined. Read by Gary Lewis. Producer Kirsty Williams
For further details see yesterday
1/4. A series in which microbiologies discus their favourite microbes. Dr Hazel Barton takes Jolyon Jenkins on a hunt for one of the most abundant organisms, Pelagibacter ubique.
It lives on practically nothing. But can it survive in cave rocks under the Kentucky countryside? Producer Jolyon Jenkins
4/8. In a three-way discussion, Jeremy Vine and presenter Matthew Parris dispute the relative merits and attractions of Auden's poetry, while biographer Richard Davenport-Hines believes that you need to understand the man's life to appreciate the work. Producer Jolyon Jenkins Repeated on Friday at 11pm
6.30 Not Today, Thank You: Sexy Tenant
2/6. Starring actor Harry Shearer (Spinal Tap and The Simpsons) and veteran UK phone-in presenter Brian Hayes as washed-up presenter Brian Hughes, who is living in his grandmother's house and trying to present a local radio show from a studio in his basement.
Today Brian falls in love with his new tenant only to find that all the other tenants have been enjoying favours in her room - except him.
By Andrew McGibbon and Nick Romero.
See also Miles Apart on Thursday at 11.30am
2/5 Death in Leamington Spa. The poignant story of a life that spans the turn of the century and the Great War - told through letters from Constance to her sister Georgina. By Paul Dodgson.
For further details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
Identity theft is on the rise in this country out lime is being done to stop it. Chris A'Court travels to the USA where many states have clamped down on the fraudsters, and asks why we are SO far behind. Producer Kirsten Lass Rptd Sunday 5pm
2/4. Is being short a medical problem? Hundreds of thousands of children now receive growth hormone treatment. Some of these have growth failure because of growth hormone deficiency, but in many cases this is not the case: in the US, growth hormone treatment has been approved for use on short but otherwise healthy children and the same might happen in the UK. Vivienne Parry investigates. Producer Anna Buckley Repeated on Wed at 4.30pm
New series 1/6. Manager Mia. A musical following the escapades of Sven-Goran Eriksson - on and off the pitch.
Starring Richie Webb , Dave Lamb and Vicki Pepperdine.
Written by Richie Webb , Dave Cohen and David Quantick. Music by Richie Webb. Producer Katie Tyrrell
2/4 Stan Freberg. Best-known for his parodies ot 1950s music Stan Freberg started out doing voices for Warner Brothers cartoons before having hit records, his own radio comedy show, and two decades in the advertising industry. Mark Thomas assesses the work of one of America's comic originals. Producer Paul Bajoria
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