2/5. Susan Marling visits Landscaftspark in Duisburg, a former iron and steel works in Germany's industrial heartland, the Ruhr Valley, which has been transformed into a leisure park. Producer Kate Bland
Helen Mark reports from Sidmouth Devon on the possible effects of the Marine Bill on protecting fish stocks and keeping us tea. bne also samples a meal, cooked on the beach, made from the contents of rock pools.
Producer Bethan Bell Repeated on Thursday at 1.30pm See also The Material World on Thursday at 4.4Upm
RT Lord Kitchener's pointing finger, walrus moustache and staring eyes on the CHOICE recruitment posters is surely the race of the First World War. Ian Hislop examines the appeal of this Victorian imperialist with a fondness for flower arranging, with contributions from art critics, military historians and Kitchener's family. Producer Philip Sellars
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Lively dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents, who report on stories in their regions. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion from Sheffield, where the panel includes former Home Secretary David Blunkett , Liberal
Democrat peer Baroness Williams, shadow Cabinet member Alan Duncan , and Shami Chakrabarti , director of Liberty. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners calls and emails in response to Any Questions. Producer Lisa Jenkinson
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3/6 Adam and Barbara's son Tom has joined the Moonies, but the pair can't escape reality, even in Venice. Meanwhile, Dan goes on trial, Denis gets married and the TV franchise bid goes ahead with predictable consequences.
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Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday programmes. Editor Jill Burridge
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New series 1/7. Eddie Mair invites listeners and bloggers to help shape the contents of next week's programme via email and the programme's blog. Editor Peter Rippon Contact via www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/ipm or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This month marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of the BBC's first local radio stations in Leicester, Sheffield and Merseyside. Libby Purves takes a look back at the first chaotic days of local programming - from unruly guests and erratic phone-ins to technological mishaps - and explores how the ideals of the early pioneers have survived into the 21st century. Producer Dixi Stewart
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2/2. A rival for his wife's affections forces a crisis in Hugh's confidence. By Somerville and Ross, dramatised by Christopher Fitz-Simon .
Repeated from Sunday
7/9. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Ian Hargreaves , Michael Portillo ,
Alex Callinicos and Clifford Longley cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Repeated from Wednesday
Matilda - Who Told Lies and Was Burned to Death. Hilaire Belloc 's poem has been enjoyed by generations since it was published in 1907. Michael Morpurgo reflects on its lasting appeal. Repeated from Sunday
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