Australia v England
Commentary on the opening day of the Fifth Test in the Ashes series from the Sydney Cricket Ground. for commentators see yesterday at 11pm 'approximate time
Highlights of the third day's play are on BBC2 at 1120pm tonight
5/5. Vanessa Collingridge delves into the John Murray literary archive, which contains papers from 19th-century travellers and explorers, including Livingstone's first-hand account of being attacked by a lion. Producer LynneMennie
Led by the Rev Tony Burnham. Of the Father's Heart
Begotten (Divinium Mysterium, arr Willcocks), Hebrew 1, vv1-8, Let All the Angels of God Worship Him (Handel),
Rejoice, the Lord Is King (Gopsal). With the John Powell Singers. Director of music John Powell.
2/5. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance By Robert M Pirsig. The 1974 bestseller that brought Philosophy into the real world. Read by Peter Marinker. Introduced by Bel Mooney . For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
The biggest weigh up to 12 kilos with a leg span ot around six feet. David Lomax reports on the story of the giant Kamchatka crabs, introduced to Russian
Arctic waters at Stalin's behest, and now heading west along the north coast of Norway. producer Penny Arnold
2/2. Wagner's Monument to Love. Lowri Blake traces the history of Wagner's 19-minute concert suite, the Prelude andLiebestod extracted from Tristan and Isolde. He follows Wagner's progress on the opera and his love for
Mathilde Wesendonck : with contributions from conductor Mark Elder and musicians who consider it to be one of the roost involving pieces of music to perform.
Producer Richard Bannerman Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
A modern version of The Sorcerer's Apprentice about a trainee gin distiller and his unrequited love. Written by Dan Jamieson .
Director/Producer Marc Beeby
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4/8 Joan Littlewood. Victor Spinetti was working as a comedian in a strip-club when Joan Littlewood invited him to join Theatre Workshop and set him on the road to Broadway. He tells Matthew Parris about the joys of working with a great director and how she cured his
"apologetic feet". Other parts of the story are supplied by theatre-historian Nadine Holdsworth and by archive interviews with Joan Littlewood herself. Producer Peter Everett Repeated on Friday at 11pm
1/2. Craig Brown 's satirical history of Britain in the 1960s, when Albert Einstein discovers the Beatles and for the first time the nation discovers sex. With Joss Ackland , Eleanor Bron , Rory Bremner , John Humphrys , Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-Smith . Written by Craig Brown. Producer Victoria Lloyd
European governments are under pressure to reveal what help they gave the USA to operate secret detention facilities for the interrogation of suspected terrorists. Nick Hawton investigates growing suspicion that the CIA ran a "black site" in Poland and follows the evidence trail to Morocco, where it's claimed some prisoners were sent. Producer Andy Denwood
4/6. Claudia Hammond hears about one American high-school pupil who's objecting, through the courts, to a brief, online mass-screening programme for mental illness. Producer Fiona Hill Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
5/6. Trevor has a hard time persuading a rugby player that it's time for him to retire. Andy Hamilton 's sitcom.
Producer Andy Hamilton
When a clock fell off the wall in Hoyland Town Hall in south Yorkshire, a miniature spy camera was found hidden behind it. So why was it there? Was it a case of foul play in a council argument or something more high-level? Steve Punt turns detective to tackle the Hoyland mystery. Producer Laurence Grissell
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