3/4. Big Oil an Energy Pearl Harbor. Oil is the world's biggest business and a strategic commodity on the world stage, but it would take very little to destabilise the world s supplies. Who'd be the winners - and losers? Tom Mangold investigates. Producers Anna Scott-Brown and Adam Fowler Rptd9.30pm
3/4. Having the Guts. Indigestion, reflux, excess gas there are plenty of problems with our digestive systems.
Len Fisher sets out to discover whether science couia Come up With anything better. Producer Monise Durrani <R)
Led by John Forrest. Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
(Lobe den Herren). Matthew 19, vv16-24. All I Once Held Dear (Knowing You). Take My Life, and Let It Be (Nottingham). Director of music Andy Silver.
1/5. In 2003, Shirin Ebadi, an Iranian lawyer, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her human rights - work. In her memoir she describes growing up under the Shah, the euphoria and horrors of the Islamic Revolution, and her battles against injustices in Iran's s Islamic penal code. By Shirin Ebadi with Azadeh Moaveni. Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths . Read by Souad Faress. Producer Lis Edwards
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3/6. Cruising for a Bruising. Essex boys and their motors are inseparable. But what happens when rivalries over girls occur and a lovingly souped-up car ends up on the wrong end of a baseball bat? Essex boys Richard and Tony tell the story of the Southend-on-Sea cruise scene. Producers Julie Gatenby and Sara Jane Hall
6/8. A Message from Sir Graham. Paul and Steve have a dangerous rendezvous on a houseboat on the River Nile. By Francis Durbridge.
Producer Patrick Rayner
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3/17 Four contestants from the Home Counties compete in the continuing first round of the nationwide general knowledge contest. The chairman is Robert Robinson. Producer Richard Edis Repeated on Saturday at 11pm
A comedy about love and logic in which William, a hypochondriac Englishman played by Trevor Lock , journeys across Peru in search of true love and himself.
By Trevor Lock and Sem Devillart. Producer Helen Williams
1/5. The Other Madame Bovary. To mark the 150th anniversary of Flaubert's novel Madame Bovary , five monologues give a contemporary twist to its themes and passions. In Joanne Harris 's story, Emma Bovary 's mother-in-law looks back over her son's two disastrous marriages. Read by Geraldine James. Producer Gemma Jenkins
1/5. The Little Mermaid. Poet Ruth Padel considers what Hans Christian Andersen 's fairy tales say about the author and about ourselves. What is the plaintive story of the mermaid who becomes human but loses her voice and walks in agony really about? Producer Emma Kingsley
With Mark Lawson , including interviews with Oliver Stone , whose new film World Trade Center revisits the events of 9/11, and with the creators of Little Britain, Matt Lucas and David Walliams. Producer Jerome Weatherald
1/15. A new dramatisation of Andrea Levy 's award-winning novel exploring empire, prejudice, war and love in Jamaica, England, America and India. Dramatised by Pat Cumper.
Music by Felix Cross : Producer/Director Sally Avens Repeated from 10.45am
In the 5th and 6th centuries BC, Darius I of Persia and his son Xerxes ruled over the greatest empire the world had yet seen. Yet there are few records of their exploits.
Tom Holland goes in search of Darius and wonders why the Persians didn't do history.
1/10. George Hall doesn't understand the modern obsession with talking about everything. The secret of contentment, he feels, is to ignore some things completely. By Mark Haddon. Abridged by Carolanne Lyme. Read by Nathaniel Parker. Producer Louise Armitage
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