2/4. The China Syndrome. As Britain becomes a net importer of oil, how is the tightening of supply and demand playing out on the world stage? Tom Mangold looks at the new demand for oil and the impact of emerging economies such as China and India upon the industry and world politics. Producers Anna Scott-Brown and Adam Fowler Repeated at 9.30pm
2/4. Movingalong. Getting around would be so much easier if we had wheels or springs. With the help of a physicist and a toy maker. Len Fisher gives rolling and hopping a try to see how the body might work if we remade ourselves. Producer Monise Durrani
1/5. The Profumo Affair is well documented, but this new book by John Profumo's son David, abridged by Penny Leicester and narrated by Robert Glenister, explores how the family coped with events in 1963. In the first episode, two glamorous people meet at the Chelsea Arts Club Ball. Producer Duncan Minshull
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Led by Nigel Swinford. Cross of Jesus, Cross of Sorrow (Cross of Jesus). 1 Corinthians 1, vv18-25. Morte Criste (Jones). Come, Holy Spirit, Come! (Donnybrook). With
Harrogate Ladies' College Chapel Choir. Director of music David Andrews. Organist Philip Rushforth.
2/6. Barbaraville. A Romany Gypsy village in Hertfordshire is under threat. For more than 40 years a close-knit community has found a permanent home there, but proposals to build a huge composting plant next door could change their settled way of life for ever. Will the ghost of the village's great original benefactor, Barbara Cartiand , come to its rescue? Producer Neil George
5/8. The House of Bahri. In which Paul meets a ghost. By Francis Durbridge.
Producer Patrick Rayner
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1/5. Casting On. A young woman tries to come to terms with her unplanned pregnancy. Ruth Thomas 's tale, read by Emma Currie , begins a series of short stories about dramatic turning-points in people's lives. Producer David Jackson Young
1/5. Painting for Profit. Richard Foster reveals the stories about everyday life in the past, as told through surviving personal bills and accounts. The 18th-century painter and engraver Arthur Pond made most of his money providing paintings for large country houses. Striking comparisons can be made between the art markets of then and now.
Producer Judith Kampfner
11/11. Nicholas Parsons hosts the devious panel game from the Pavilion Theatre in Bournemouth, with panellists Paul Merton , Clement Freud , Ross Noble and Tim Rice.
Producer Claire Jones Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
6/10. Gustave Flaubert 's French masterpiece of betrayal and wantonness. Emma is planning to elope with her lover, Rodolphe. "Just think, my darting.... we can be in a coach with four galloping horses flying towards a new land from which we'll never return." Dramatised by Diana Griffiths from a translation by Margaret Mauldon. Starring John Hurt. Pianist Stephen Reynolds Producer/Director Pauline Harris Rptd from 10 45am
Mme Bovary Sr:
It is now 40 years since the British Army lifted the colour bar in its recruitment policy. Henry Bonsu charts the changing attitude of the military to its black and ethnic minority soldiers. Producer Mark Smalley
New series 1/9. One Hundred New Naturalists. The 100th title in the Collins New Naturalist series is published this month, more than 60 years after the first. Brett Westwood explores the chequered history of the longest-running series of natural history books in the world. Producer Brett Westwood Repeated tomorrow at 11am
6/10. Two years after Cicero's landmark victory in the case against Gaius Verres , Rome is under attack by pirates. By Robert Harris. Read by Douglas Hodge. Abridged by Lisa Osborne. Producer Lisa Osborne
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2/2. The Great Storm of 1987. How have writers been inspired by incidents of strange weather? Peggy Reynolds talks to a selection of writers about how the great storm of 1987 affected their writing. Producer Phil Tinline
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