New series 1/6. John Humphrys talks to Henrietta Spink about her experiences of caring for two severely disabled children, and campaigning for the rights of other carers. Producer Steve Peacock Repeated at 9.30pm
3/5. Multiple Choice. John O'Farrell continues a historical survey of exams and our relationship with them with a look at how multiple choice was first used to test US soldiers during the First World War. Producer Phil Tiniine
2/5. Darwin was intrigued by coral atolls and his ideas about their origins led him eventually to the theory of evolution. Professor Steve Jones continues to read from his new book. For further details see yesterday. Repeated at 12.30am
Led by the Rev Dr Maggi Dawn. Ah, Holy Jesu, How Hast Thou Offered (HerzlliebsterJesu). John 18, vv15-18; 25-27. Lord, For Thy Tender Mercy's Sake (Farrant/ Hilton). My Song Is Love Unknown (Love Unknown).
Director of music Jeff Makinson. Organist Graham Eccles.
The Great Fen project aims to restore over 3,000 hectares of fenland habitat in an area between Huntingdon and Peterborough. Professor Philip Stott looks at the history of this man-made landscape and asks exactly what is to be restored. Producer Nick Partrick
To mark the centenary of the birth of WH Auden, writer Alexander McCall Smith explores the poet's fascination with music and song, including a look at Auden's collaboration with Benjamin Britten on cabaret songs and the 1941 musical Paul Bunyan , as well as Auden's libretto for Stravinsky's 1951 opera The Rake's Progress. Producer Jo Wheeler
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
3/4. Frances Fyf ield investigates the stories that lie buried in the original manuscripts of famous pieces of classical music. She continues with the anthems and odes of British composer Henry Purcell (1659-95). Professor Sir Curtis Price and Dr Edward Higginbottom uncover the secrets of Purcell's supreme composition skill. Producer Sarah Taylor
Comedy drama in which Estonian au pair Monika comes to London to share the wonderful middle-class life she knows we all live in Britain. But the Markham family show her that paradise might not be in Crouch End, especially in the run up to Christmas. By Malcolm Burgess. Producer/Director Turan Ali
Coverage of a match in the Super Eights. Commentators are Christopher Martin-Jenkins , Neil Manthorp and Arlo White , with expert analysis from Colin Croft , Ramiz Raja and Barry Richards , live from the Providence Stadium in Guyana.
Producer Peter Baxter -approximate time
Highlights are on BBC1 tonight
New series 1/13. Vanessa Collingridge explores the links that ordinary people have with the past. Producer Nick Patrick ADDRESS: [address removed] email: making.history3ibbc.co.uk; Phone: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
2/4. Tortoises and Tropical Fish. Julia finds that watching tropical fish calms her racing heart when family life becomes too painful. Written and read by Julia Blackburn. For further details see yesterday
2/4. Edinburgh. Sanfraz Manzoor examines how Edinburgh went from being a dark and overcrowded city in the 18th century, to become a reinvigorated renaissance capital in the age Of Enlightenment. For further details see yesterday
New series 1/9. Music buff Phill Jupitus nominates Clash frontman Joe Strummer , who died in 2002, aged 50. Biographer and friend Chris Salewicz offers personal insights into Strummer's life, and presenter Matthew Parris embarks on a steep learning curve. Producer Miles Warde Repeated on Friday at 11pm
New series 1/4. Another broadcast of national comic import from one of Britain's favourite lefties. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with special guests Miranda Richardson and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler
2/5. Australia, 1910. Ariel's circus receives some unwanted attention and prejudice, while Jess is offered an opportunity to star in some bushranger films and save their business. By Kathryn Heyman. For cast and details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
1/2. With the help of insiders' reports from Hezbollah, the Israeli government in Jerusalem and the United Nations in New York, Edward Stourton sets out to discover what really went on during the Israeli-Lebanon conflict last year.
New series 1/5. Raj Persaud reveals the latest discoveries in the worlds of psychology and psychiatry - about how the brain works, what governs the choices we make and the way we behave. Producer Fiona Hill.
2/4. How do you get to Aberystwyth? Mitch is on tour and is stranded in central Wales, going round in circles trapped in an undersized car with whimsical music buff Robin Ince. They discover discover that a rural idyll isn't quite paradise.
2/3. Having joined the PE department at Hurlingham and Chelsea comprehensive school in West London, Roger decides it's time to introduce his class to real competition The series concludes tomorrow. For details see yesterday
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