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6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Alicia McCarthy and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Indarjit Singh.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament.
2/4. The spiralling price of property may make British home-owners feel richer, but has the boom of the last decade really made them money? Evan Davis asks why our homes cost so much, why house prices are so volatile and who really benefits from a rising market. He talks to the former Chancellor Norman Lamont and asks what went wrong the last time the market crashed. Producer Matthew Dodd Repeated at 9.30pm
5/5. Graham Easton looks inside himself to find out how he controls his bodily functions From eating to excreting, how do these inner senses tell us when we are full? To find out, Graham visits Dr Slack at his bladder clinic to take part in some "urodynamiCS". Producer Michelle Martin
2/5. On 18 January 2001, Dizaei was scheduled for a routine meeting with his boss: within hours he had gone from being a darling of the media to featuring in headlines like "Race cop in tarts and sleaze probe". By All Dizaei With Tim Phillips. For further details see yesterday Rptd at 12.30am
2/3. In a World of Their Own. Tony Hawks introduces another batch of unseen and unheard characters. This edition features performers who conjured up invisible families, including Dame Edna and her husband Norm, daughter Valmai and sons Kenny and Bruce. Producer Angela Sherwin
Consumer and public interest reports, with John Waite and Peter White. Including at 12.30 Call You and Yours. PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) Lines open from 10am
The first course of the National Youth Orchestra ot Great Britain was held in 1947 in Bath, attended by a hundred or so teenagers. Since then many young musicians have passed through its ranks. With interviews conducted by composer and NYO member Mark Simpson. Producer Paul Evans Rptd Saturday 3.30pm and 9.30pm
West Indies v Pakistan
The opening match of the ninth Cricket World Cup, at Sabina Park, Jamaica. With commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Tony Cozier and Arlo White. With expert analysis from Viv Richards , Ramiz Raja and Mike Selvey.
Producer Peter Baxter *approximate time Highlights of today's play are on BBC1 at 11.15pm tonight
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A young woman in a wheelchair falls foul of the law, but unbeknown to her, an overzealous Pastor lays plans for her salvation. By Maurice Leitch. Producer/Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about the environment. Producer Nick Patrick ADDRESS: [address removed]email: home.planetiSbbc.co.uk Phone: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
2/5. The Parakeet. Life in Richmond Park is one long laugh for Justin the parakeet, until he meets an exotic visitor with a much darker view of the world. Douglas Hodge reads Lynne Truss's story. For further details see yesterday
5/6. Mark continues his quest to free us from the Seven Deadly Sins, with stand-up comedy on the subject of Sloth. He's joined by lazy assistants Tim Key and Tim Minchin, who will be providing poems and song.... if they can be bothered, that is. Producer Katie Marsden
Mark Lawson presents the arts magazine programme, including the verdict on the biopic of Edie Sedgwick , Factory Girl, starring Sienna Miller ; and Nicole Kidman as the photographer Diane Arbus in Fur. Producer Robyn Read
7/15. Mira is shocked when her friend Martha starts an affair with a married man. Things get even worse when Mira's own husband demands a divorce. By Marilyn French. For cast and further details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
7/9. In the wake of the recent outbreak of bird flu at the Bernard Matthews turkey plant, Jenny Cuffe reports on the global march of the disease and the continuing efforts to combat the threat. Producer Liz Carney Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
7/9. The shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in the body and highly susceptible to damage. Dr Mark Porter investigates the latest treatments for problems that range from frozen shoulder and muscular pain to dislocations and fractures. Producer Deborah Cohen Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/10. Shona. As her children are drawn further into the independence movement, Rehana remembers when they were taken from her a decade ago. Can she keep them from harm now? By Tahmima Anam. For details see Monday
3/4. Improvised comedy show recorded in front of a live studio audience who offer subjects for Josie Lawrence and Jim Sweeney to construct wonderfully comic two-handed character Sketches. Producer Dawn Ellis
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