Presented by John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Richard Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Rev Angela Tilby.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. Tensions between Dizaei's role as legal adviser to the National Black Police Association and his job as a police superintendent in Notting Hill come to the fore. Paul Bhattarcharjee continues to read from Ali Dizaei 's s account of his time in the Met. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
New series 1/7. Jordan, what impact are the many Iraqis flooding over the border into Jordan having on a country of only five million people? A new asset or a destabilising influence? Jon Leyne assesses the country's role in the political stability of the region.
Producer Daniel Tetlow Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
Who was Wilhelm Havagesse ? Simon Townley goes in search of the most elusive orchestral conductor of all time. On the way he discovers the vinyl revolution they forgot to tell you about; how classical music entrepreneurs in the 1950s and 60s brought Beethoven to Woolworth's and petrol station forecourts on cheap and cheerful labels such as Fidelio, Saga and Egmont. producer Jon caiyer <R)
Zimbabwe v Ireland
Commentary on the Group D encounter at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, where Ireland make their World Cup debut. With Tony Cozier , Arlo White and John Kenny , with expert analysis from Mpumelelo "Pommie" Mbangwa and Ramiz Raja.
Producer Peter Baxter 'approximate time Highlights of today's play are on BBC1 at 1220am tonight
Essex in the 1840s. Dr Tabor visits Dr Cake to talk about ways of alleviating diseases of poverty. Both seem to have been poets in their youth and Dr Tabor begins to suspect that Dr Cake might be John Keats. Adapted from the novel by Andrew Motion by Jonathan Holloway. Producer/Director Tim Dee
3/6. Osteoporosis. One in two women and one in five men in the UK over the age of 50 will break a bone because of osteoporosis. Barbara Myers is joined by an osteoporosis expert who answers listeners' questions on bone-density tests, treatments, prevention and the possible causes. Producer Pamela Rutherford PHONE: [number removed] from 1.30pm on the day of broadcast (calls cost no more than 8p per minute from land lines) or email via the Check Upwebsite www.bbc.co.uk/radio4
29/30. The Crippler. Andrew Cunningham traces the impact of the great polio epidemics, and the ethical dilemmas they posed after the Second World War, that resulted in a safe effective vaccine in 1955. The readers are Annette Badland , David Rintoul , Jason Watkins and Scott Handy. For further details see Monday
Mozart of Mathematics. Mathematician Leonhard Euler was born 300 years ago. He is considered to be one of the most prolific mathematicians of all time. Ouentin Cooper looks into the life and works of this relatively unknown "Mozart of mathematics", with the help of Professor John Wilson. Producer Fiona Roberts
3/4. Science and Progress. Humans like to think that even if evolution has dealt them a neat hand, they have made their own luck through their mastery of science and technology. Comedian Chris Addison , with the aid of Professor Austin Herring (Geoffrey McGivern ), Jo Enright and Dan Tetsell , looks at how many things, including penicillin and the light bulb, have been discovered accidentally. Producer Simon Nicholls
9/15. Mira arrives in Harvard, where she feels like a fish out of water. But then she is adopted by an unlikely family of women, headed by the larger-than-life Val. By Marilyn French. For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
3/9. Anchor Aweigh? The US remains the world's pre-eminent power, but its ability to shape the international order has been much diminished by Iraq and divisions with allies. Meanwhile, the fast-growing countries of Asia and elsewhere shun responsibility. Who or what could take on the role of new political anchor to reflect contemporary power realities? Philip Stephens asks what elements of the Pax Americana should survive and what interdependence might emerge. Producer Simon Coates ; Editor Nicola Meyrick
4/9. Geoff Watts looks at the top science stories of the week, including a new microscope imaging technique that enables researchers to see real-time activity of immune cells in action, offering new insights into the causes of a range of auto-immune diseases.
4/10. Wooden Weapons. As Sohail joins the Bengali freedom fighters, Maya challenges her mother's loyalty to her adopted country - and Rehana realises she too must take sides. By Tahmima Anam. For further details see Monday
1/4. Comedy show in which Lucy Porter , Sue Perkins , Alan Carr and Robin Ince are joined by a series of guest hosts. This week it's former BBC and ITV political correspondent John Sergeant who sets the panel questions based on his life, whims and interests. Producer Aled Evans
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