2/2. Fortysomething to Teens. A snapshot of British sexual attitudes and preoccupations through personal accounts that tell what the Brits get up to in the bedroom and beyond, and how they feel about it. Producer Erin Riley Repeated at 9.30pm
5/5. At a medieval re-enactment fair outside Oxford, Joe Oueenan had an epiphany. There amid the arrowsmiths, musket makers and manufacturers of suits of armour, he realised a central truth - the genius of the capitalist system is the ability to turn anything into a revenue stream. But how far does this apply to his OWn line Of work? Producer Miles Warde
4/5. The Purest and the Dirtiest. Now in his early 40s, Nureyev creates a dark and complicated ballet based on a poem by Byron, while his behaviour off-stage spirals out of control. By Julie Kavanagh. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Led by the Rev Peter Whittaker. 0 for a Heart to Praise My God (Stockton). 1 John 3, vvi- 0.
See What Love (Mendelssohn). Eternal Ruler of the Ceaseless Round (Song 1). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
2/2. Tom Robinson explores the portrayal of homosexuality in the media. Looking from the 1980s through to the present day,
Robinson examines the impact Aids first had on the gay community. Contributors are
Rhona Cameron , Paul Gambaccini and actor and activist Michael Cashman. Producer Bernadette McConnell
4/4. Earthquake. An extraordinarily heroic act, a slow recovery and resolution, two generations later. By Louis de Bernieres.
Mandolin music composed and performed by Alison Stephens
For main cast and further details see Monday
2/10. Stewart Henderson presents the interactive problem-solving programme. PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per min) Lines are open from 1.30pm; email: email@example.com
9/30. Elgar. Elgar's music has become emblematic of England. But does it express jingoistic nationalism or is there a deeper understanding of English values buried within it? James Naughtie 's series continues. For further details see Monday
6/6. The Libel Action. Conclusion of the comedy starring Chris Douglas as the curmudgeonly author, consummate fare-dodger and master of the abusive email. By Christopher Douglas and Andrew Nickolds.
Producer Simon Nicholls
With Kirsty Lang , who reports on a major exhibition by US artist Matthew Barney , whose work includes a collaboration on film with his partner Bjork. Producer Jerome Weatherald 7 Podcast: weekly highlights available at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/arts/frontrow
The story of Jim Riordan and four other young Britons who were the first and last to be educated at the Elite Higher Party School for Communists in Moscow during the early 1960s at the height Of the Cold War. Producer Mark Burman
Peter Day reports on the latest trends in the worlds of business and industry.
Producer Sandie Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
Podcast: content from In Business available at www.bbc.co.uk/radio/podcasts/worldbiz/
4/6. Everything from bedbugs to carpet mites is on the increase. Experts say it's because we're on the move more often and that we don't spring-clean our houses anymore. Nor do we like using so many chemicals to kill bugs, so they're becoming increasingly resistant in our warmer winters. Tom Heap joins the war against creepy-crawlies.
Producer Maggie Ayre Repeated tomorrow at 3pm
New series 1/6. Fast-paced sketch show about modern communication, media noise and obsessions. Starring Ben Willbond , Ingrid Oliver , Rachel Atkins , Lewis Macleod ,
Julie Mayhew and Colin Hoult. Producer Adam Bromley For free tickets to attend the recording of this show. call [number removed] or visit www.bbc.co.uk/tickets
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