V5. Professor Steve Jones reads from his book, exploring the cultural, scientific and social significance of one of the World's most endangered habitats - the coral reef. Producer Chris Wallis Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: To order the hardback edition of Coral - a Pessimist in Paradise for P14.50 (RRP £15.99) inci pSp, send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers, 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
V2. The Rover car plant in Longbridge closed in 2005. Since then, Adrian Chiles has been tracing the stories of those who lost their jobs. In this follow-up, he revisits the men to find out if and how their lives have moved on in the Past 12 months. Producer Lucy Lunt
1/6. Lovesick and Sickening. It's Edinburgh, it's February. Caroline and Simeon are loved-up; Fiona and Ruth are fed-up; three's company but four is definitely a crowd. By Hilary Lvon.
Producer Gordon Kennedy ; Director Marilyn Imrie
When a corpse is found in the crime section of Langston Library two elderly librarians decide to solve the mystery themselves. By Stephen Sheridan. Producer/Director David Blount
Game seven from the Super Eights. Commentary from Jonathan Agnew , Simon Mann and Bryan Waddle , with expert analysis from Angus Fraser , Viv Richards and Ian Smith , live from Antigua.
Producer Peter Baxter 'approximate time
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1/4. A Bushbaby from Harrods. The Harrods zoo is as close to heaven as anywhere ten-year-old Julia has been, and Congo the bushbaby is the first love of her life. A series of autobiographical stories written and read by Julia Blackburn. Producer Mary Ward-Lowery
4/6. Sally Magnusson explores the growing fascination in tracing family histories, meeting experts and genealogists to find out what is needed to make full use of the range of resources available. Producer Anne McNaught
4/6. James Walton hosts another round of the literary quiz, with captains Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh , and guests Mark Billingham and Sabrina Broadbent. The author of the week and subject for pastiche is Stephen King , and the reader is Beth Chalmers. Producer Katie Marsden Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. By Kathryn Heyman. Rose Dobell is struggling with illness in a New South Wales hospital. She begins to have visions of a young Australian woman. It's 1905 and Jess, having been sold by her father, ends up working in a travelling circus as a stunt rider. Producer/Director Lu Kemp Repeated from 10.45am
Gerry Northam looks at Britain's political and intelligence failures in the run-up to Argentina's invasion of the Falklands and asks whether lessons were not learned for handling intelligence about Iraq. Producer Rob Cave
3/7. High youth unemployment is the hottest topic in the forthcoming presidential elections in France. Few doubt something has to change in the French system or France risks decades of economic decline. Presented by Lucy Ash. Repeated from Thursday
Tanzanian journalist Ayisha Yahya investigates the causes of the falling water levels of Lake Victoria, the inland sea the size of Ireland with over 30 million people dependent on it, and asks whether the situation has only been worsened by the dam for a hydroelectric power Station in Uganda. Producer Ruth Evans
1/5. Alex Jennings reads Ian McEwan 's novella, following the story of a couple looking forward to the night of their honeymoon on the Dorset coast.
Abridged by Sally Marmion. Producer Di Speirs
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5/5. The Old Days. Pam Ayres introduces comic poetry and Sketches. Producer Claire Jones
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1/3. Former Olympic silver medallist Roger Black takes on the challenge of getting the nation's children fit for the 2012 London Olympics. The next programme in this series airs tomorrow at 11.30pm. Producer Mark Alden
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