4/4. The Politics of Law and Order. In 1992
Labour reinvented themselves as the party of law and order, with the new shadow Home
Secretary Tony Blair promising to be tough on crime. Mark Easton talks to some of the key players and explores how for all the talk, citizens are increasingly fearful of becoming victims of crime. Producer Rami Tzaber Repeated at 9.30pm
4/5. The words of British Kosovan Saranda
Bogujevci written in letters to her grandmother, back home in Kosovo, about the trials and tribulations of settling into life as a teenager in the UK. She speaks of the frustration of her true character being hidden beneath misunderstanding as she struggles to communicate with her peers and teachers. Producer Cordelia Rayner
England v India
Jonathan Agnew, Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Simon Mann provide commentary on the first day of the Third Test at the Oval. Analysis comes from Geoffrey Boycott , Graham Thorpe , Mike Selvey and Sunil Gavaskar.
Producer Adam Mountford -approximate time TV highlights of the today's play are on Five at 7.15pm
Sport: page 32
6/9. Manipur. Tanya Datta travels to Manipur, a tiny state in India bordering Burma, where more than 20 rebel groups have taken up arms. She asks why they have resorted to violence, and examines New Delhi's response to the crisis. Producer Mukul Devichand Repeated Monday 8.30pm
3/5. Writer and publisher Carmen Callil , who established the Virago Press in the early 1970s, selects her favourite poetry and prose in a programme recorded at the Hay festival. Diana Quick and Richard Mitchley read extracts from works by George Bernard Shaw and WS Gilbert among Others. Producer Christine Hall
2/6. Feet. Advice on anything foot-related, from bunions to corns and callouses, and from fallen arches to athlete's foot. Barbara Myers is in the studio with her guest, consultant podiatric surgeon Barry Francis to take your queries. Producer Deborah Cohen
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For the next four weeks, Quentin Cooper joins forces with the Open University, visiting residential schools, each looking at a different area of science. This week he is in Bath with technology students.
6/6. Broadcaster and journalist Eve Pollard is in command of the comedy panel show that is all about her. Tackling a quiz that's "all about Eve" are comedians Sue Perkins , Caroline Quinlan and Will Smith. Producer Aled Evans
9/10. 100,000,000 Rupees. Thomas is stumped by a question he doesn't know the answer to and his thoughts lead him back to a young prostitute he met in Agra. By Vikas Swarup. For cast and further details see Monday
6/8. Travel and the Mind. British tourists now make more than 44 million trips abroad each year, yet serious analysis of other cultures seems to be lessening. Richard Weight looks at why interest in foreign news coverage and travel reportage seems to be shrinking. Producer Mukul Devichand
New series 1/3. Women in Science. Sue Nelson asks why there are so few women at the top in certain fields of science and engineering and if it could be due to innate, biological differences between the sexes. Producer Matt Silver
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