Led by John Forrest. God of Freedom, God of Justice
(Rhuddlan). John 8, vv31-36. Christ Is the World's True Light (Bach). Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life (Brent Smith). With the Coupland Consort. Director of music Marcus Farnsworth.
1/5. Paul Panting reads Daniel Tammet 's story about living with savant syndrome, a rare form of Asperger's. Producer Jane Marshall Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: To order Born on a Blue Day for E6.99 including p&p, send cheque payable to[address removed] or call [number removed] (land-line calls cost no more than 8p per minute) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
2/2. Winifred Robinson contrasts the spread of infectious diseases in hospitals with what's happening elsewhere in Europe. She visits Holland, where isolation facilities are available for patients suspected of having MRSA, in sad contrast to the complete lack of such resources in the NHS. Producer Sue Mitchell
New series 1/6. Mix Tape. Brothers Nigel and Michael are back - in a new office, yet with the same inability to cope with life. Nigel gets his contacts in a twist and Michael becomes a "wing-man". By Caroline and David Stafford.
Producer/Director Marc Beeby
1/4. Looe, Cornwall. The local history puzzle has
Brett Westwood and his two landscape detectives looking at a six-mile hedge that is 1,500 years old. Plus the link between smuggling and pilchards.
Producer Grant Sonnex Repeated on Saturday at llpm
Listeners' personal finance questions answered by Paul Lewis and his guests. Producer Jessica Laugharne
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1/5. Jo tries to make sense of her builder/architect boyfriend and his legacy. The first of the week's stories by David Malouf , one of Australia's master storytellers, is read by Federay Holmes. Abridged by Richard Hamilton. Producer Elizabeth Allard
11/30. Little Reading, Much Seeing and Much Doing
Andrew Cunningham continues to narrate his history of medicine with an exploration of the conditions around the time of the French Revolution. The readers this week are David Rintoul , Peter Capaldi , Scott Handy , Jason Watkins and Tamsin Greig. Producer Adrian Washbourne
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8/10. Clement Freud , Kit Hesketh-Harvey, Maria McErlane and Paul Merton are the panellists in the quick-witted quiz, which this week comes from the Assembly Hall
Theatre, Tunbridge Wells. Nicholas Parsons is in the chair. Producer Tilusha Ghelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. Joy's Prayer. Joy (Gillian Goodman ) has cleaned the local church for years and has always been a special favourite of the vicar. But when a new clergyman arrives, she has her doubts about him. This story by Ian Marchant is the first of five tales by a diverse group of writers in response to Trevor Phillips 's remark that "a kind of passive apartheid" could develop in rural Britain. Producers Peter Leslie Wild and Kate Chapman Director Kate Chapman Repeated from 10.45am
Some 20 years ago, the Cleveland scandal made us question how widespread child sexual abuse was, the fallibility of doctors, and the power of social workers.
Now Jenny Cuffe investigates the roots of the crisis and asks if those questions are still relevant. She talks to people, some of whom have never spoken publicly before, including those children who were taken away from home and professionals who were involved in making tough decisions in the maelstrom that followed.
Producer Smita Patel
5/9. Cod. It's probably the most familiar fish on the British menu, but how much is really known about the cod? Grant Sonnex meets the fish behind the finger, and finds out what is needed to conserve this threatened species. Producer David Parkinson
6/10. Dr Alfred Jones and Harriet Chetwode-Talbot have witnessed an attempt to assassinate the sheikh while he was fishing on his estate in Scotland. Now news of these events is filtering down to Westminster. By Paul Torday , read by Michael Sheen and abridged by Jill Waters. Producer Jill waters RT DIRECT: To order the hardback of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen for £11.50 (RRP E12.99) including p&p, send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers to:[address removed], call [number removed] quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
3/4. The Brother. Tim (Simon Russell Beale) is happily running the family art business, enjoying regular buying trips to New York and quiet moments in his beloved gallery when a letter arrives unexpectedly from his older brother in Australia, producer Dawn Ellis
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