7/8. Michael Buerk talks to
Laura Blumenfeld , the Washington Post journalist who tracked down the Palestinian who shot her father, later documenting the process in a book. Producer Dawn Bryan Repeated at 9.30pm
An act of worship, led by the Rev Dr Maggi
Dawn 0 God Beyond All Praising (Thaxted).
2 Corinthians 8, vv1-7. Morning Glory, Starlit Sky (Barry Rose ). For the Fruits of His
Creation (East Acklam). Director of music Ian Tracey. Organist Jeffrey Makinson.
2/5. An extract from Conan Doyle 's correspondence to his mother. The mid-1880s were eventful, with marriage, fatherhood and the author's focus on a certain fictional character. Abridged by Alison Joseph. For further details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
2/3. Penny Marshall puts key players in the world of teen digital technology under the spotlight and asks whether social networking sites are doing enough to keep young people safe. Producer Eve Streeter
Exploring the controversy around the Move's 1967 single, the first ever to be played on BBC Radio 1, but most famous for having libeled Harold Wilson , the prime minister of the day, in publicity material.
Producer Sian Price Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm Spoken word choices: page 129
In a play about memory, loss and the suicide of his father, writer Tim Wright makes a personal journey in search of Oldton, the town of his childhood, which he lost when his father died. including contributions from members of a website community who offer Tim advice and their own stories of things that go missing. Producer/Director Pam Marshall
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about our environment and the natural world.
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12/30. The Path to War. During the First
World War, some composers, like Vaughan Williams and Schoenberg, were themselves drafted and reflected the horrors of the ordeal in their music. Read by Tom Hollander. For further details see yesterday
3/4. Narrative sketch comedy series. Jo and Kevin try for a baby because she wants to be a yummy mummy. Written by Susie Donkin, Charlotte McDougall, Oriane Messina and Fay Rusling.
Producer Carol Smith
Special guest narrator:
2/10. A discussion of the American mortgage crisis and what it says about similar levels of unchecked borrowing in the UK.
Producer Ian Muir-Cochrane Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
Podcast available at news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/
- programmes/file on_4/default.stm
5/11. Dr Mark Porter explores the 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments that make up the feet. They are responsible for taking 8,000-10,000 steps every day, covering an average of 100,000 miles in a lifetime, and most people have a problem with them at some time.
Producer Helena Selby Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
New series 1/6. Comedy following the thoughts of a coma patient. Ben tries to understand why he remains in a coma.
Producer Gareth Edwards : Director Nigel Smith Spoken word choices: page 129
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