Australia v England
Conclusion of the second day's play in the First Test.
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6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Alicia McCarthy and Robert Orchard.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Dr Giles Fraser.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament Editor of Today Ceri Thomas
Tune in to shortwave radio at the top of each hour and you will stumble upon a confusion of mysterious-sounding messages: voices reading random groups of numbers interspersed with noises and bizarre musical quotes.
These are the so-called "number stations". Nobody has ever admitted to broadcasting them, intelligence agencies have traditionally denied their use, and they are unlicensed. Simon Fanshawe embarks on a thrilling detective journey into the clandestine world of radio cryptography, and attempts to solve one of the most unusual broadcast mysteries. (R)
4/6 It's the annual club team competition and Roger and Tom are seeking golfing glory. But Mike's unfeasibly tortured personal life is ruining his game Can they solve all of his problems for him or will they just kick him off the team? Written by David Spicer.
Producer Liz Anstee
Consumer issues, with Winifred Robinson and John Waite. Another building is nominated for a Public Request to Order Disposal . Series editor Andrew Smith
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Roger Bolton digs in the mailbag for BBC Radio listeners' comments, queries, criticisms and praise. Producer Viv Black Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
Send your comments to: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 10T Phone: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A severe illness leaves the famous painter stone deaf. By force of iron will he manages to battle his demons and produce some of his greatest work. By Penny Gold, based on the book by Julia Blackburn.
Original music by Paul Aguilera and Mike Sykes ; Director Richard Wortley
Duchess of Alba:
5/6. From salmon leaping upstream to spawn on a river in Perthshire to the arrival of overwintering geese on Islay, Dylan Winter experiences some of the wildlife spectacles to be seen in Scotland. He also finds out how the largest conservation project for Atlantic salmon is ensuring the rivers are in the best condition for the returning fish.
Producer Sheena Duncan
5/5. Joan Armatrading completes her musical journey around Ireland at Ballinasloe in Galway, where Europe's biggest horse fair attracts thousands of farmers, dealers, riders and horse lovers each year. Producer Kate Bland
2/6. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis chase away the winter blues with topical comedy, assisted by Mitch Benn, Jon Holmes, Laura Shavin and guest Mark Watson. Producer Katie Marsden Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
5/5. Not the End of the Story. There are some answers in the case of the Afghan asylum seeker, but this isn't a story that will end happily for everyone. By Sarah Daniels.
For further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion in Sussex where an audience puts questions to a panel that includes the Labour MP Geoffrey Robinson ; the Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Theresa Villiers ; and the director-general of the CBI, Richard Lambert. Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
10/10. At Dilly's funeral, Eleanora realises that her mother must have read her unforgiving journal. Is it now too late to make her peace? By Edna O'Brien. Read by Tina Kellegher. For further details see Monday
8/10. Books on natural history and the nature of history are this week's choice from Sue MacGregor and her guests, novelist Philippa Gregory and environmentalist Jonathan Porritt. MacGregor's choice is Gilbert White 's The Natural History of Selborne, Gregory picks
Edith Wharton 's Glimpses of the Moon and Porritt brings along Bruce Chatwin 's The Songlines. Repeated from Tuesday
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