2/6. Michael Buerk talks to people who've faced life-changing decisions. Today he meets Tracey Morgan , who after enduring a ten-year ordeal of stalking by a former colleague was faced with a choice: keep quiet and hope he would one day go away, or speak out to try and get justice for herself and other victims, thereby risking the vengeance of an unpredictable man.
Producer Kathryn Blennerhassett Repeated at 9.30pm
4/5. It's Political. Mark Savage meets the men and women who've attracted attention in cyberspace by recording their thoughts and impressions on anything and everything. Producer Mark Savage; Editor Gwyneth Williams
: Iran Awakening
2/5. Having become a highly regarded young judge, bnirin Ebadi supported the overthrow of the Shah but was swiftly disappointed by the Islamic Revolution. By Shirin Ebadi With Azadeh Moaveni. For further details see yesterday Rptd 12.30am
Led by the Rt Rev George Stack. The Wise May Bring Their
Learning (Tymlese). Proverbs 3, vv9-18. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree (Poston). I Vow to Thee, My Country (Thaxted). Director of music Barry Rose. Organist Greg Morris.
3/3. Humphrey Lyttelton relates the history of the early
British band leaders. After the Second World War. times were changing. Many band leaders had lost their musicians to the ranks of the armed services; vocalists were becoming the new celebrities; and the advent ot television would take customers away from the dance halls. By the mid-50s many band leaders had managed to adapt to these changes, but that was before Bill Haley and others of his ilk arrived from America, and threw them their greatest challenge yet. Producer Stephen Garner
Recently widowed Glynis finds a collection of love letters in her husband's desk and discovers he shared a passion for amateur operatics with a dapper gentleman s outfitter called Neville. By IsobelMahon.
Producer/Director Bruce Young
10/13. Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners questions about the environment. producer Nick Patrick ADDRESS: [address removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
2/5. Not the Real Madame Bovary. A 21st-century Emma has limitless credit and a beautiful home in the country, and mixes with the social elite, but she's still unhappy. By Adam Thorpe. Read by Emma Fielding . For further details see yesterday
2/5. The Emperor's New Clothes. Ruth Padel looks for Hans Christian Andersen 's class struggle in the story of the vain Emperor who is taken in by swindlers pretending to weave him a set Of Clothes. For further details see yesterday
7/8. Nina Simone. The chanteuse, pianist, composer and civil rights activist Nina Simone is the choice of another female musician who has made a career of defying convention: Joanna MacGregor. Presented by Matthew ParriS. Producer Isobel Eaton Repeated on Friday at 11pm
5/6. Infestation. Starring actor Harry Shearer (Spinal Tap and The Simpsons) and veteran UK phone-in presenter Brian Hayes. After winning the Cleanest Landlord of the Year Award, Brian discovers mouse droppings in his microwave. By Andrew McGibbon and Nick Romero.
Producer/Director Andrew McGibbon
Several people have been charged with terrorism-related offences following last month's huge police operation. But many other police anti-terrorism operations have failed to produce results, and earlier in the summer the Forest Gate raid marked a new low in relations between Muslims and the police. Given the terrorist threat, what are the police to do? How do they strike a balance between community sensitivities and early intervention? Simon Cox looks at the relationship between Muslims and the Met.
Producer Richard Vardon : Editor Nicola Meyrick Repeated on Sun at 5pm
New series 1/8. Mark Porter looks at current medical knowledge about manic depression and the treatments that are available for it.
Producer Katy Hickman Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
Stephen Fry : the Secret Life of the Manic-Depressive is on BBC2 at 9pm Fears of a clown: page 31
2/10. George does not have cancer - he has eczema. But has Dr Barghoutian got it wrong? His wife Jean is oblivious to George's state of mind, partly because she has other things on her mind: her daughter's wedding to Ray, whose brother is in jail, and her blossoming affair with David. By Mark Haddon. For further details see yesterday
4/6. The Court of King Michael of Parkinson. King Michael of Parkinson is looking for an heir to take over his chat-show throne. All the Knights of the realm converge on Chat Castle to compete for the title, including Sir Graham de Norton , Lady Davina de Cancelled and Sir Jonathan of Woss. Starring Dave Lamb , Alex Lowe , Vicki Pepperdine and Richie Webb. Written by Dave Cohen , David Ouantick and Richie Webb . Producer Katie Tyrrell
1/3. Ian Peacock unravels the psychology, science and myth behind creativity to find out if anyone can be a creative genius. Today he finds out why creative behaviour evolved, how it kick-started modern civilisation and whether computers could be the artists and writers of the 21st century. Producer Pamela Rutherford
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