With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament With Sean Curran and Susan Hulme.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rt Rev James Jones.
8.31 LW only Yesterday in Parliament
3/5. His first trip to the south of France in 1926 brought Burra into contact with the low life of the coast that informed his work. Jane Stevenson 's biography of the painter. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
3/3. The Bobo Doll. Prior to Dr Tanya Bryon 's review of how children respond to TV and computer-game violence, Claudia Hammond looks back at the first experiment to alert people to the dangers of imitative behaviour, Albert Bandura 's1961 "Bobo Doll" test. Producer Marya Burgess
2/6. Family Matters. It's Edinburgh, it's February and Caroline has a thoroughly modern dinner with her ex-husband and his new male partner, and wrestles with an astonishing request. Comedy by Hilary Lyon. Producer Gordon Kennedy ; Director Marilyn Imne
2/6. A Little Bit of What You Fancy Does You Good Does none of what you fancy do you good anymore? Dominic Arkwright invites journalist Nick Cohen , Green campaigner
Sian Berry and broadcaster Charlie Lee-Potter to write and talk about the so-called New Puritans, intent on clamping down on pleasure.
Producer Isobel Eaton Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
The true story of Gary McKinnon , a British citizen charged with hacking into the Pentagon's computer, who is fighting extradition to the US. Written by John Fletcher , the play is linked with tonight's edition of Unreliable Evidence at 8pm, in which lawyers debate the issues raised by the McKinnon case.
Producer David Morley ; Director Pete Atkin
3/5. It's been Second World War France for Charlotte Gray, a Ugandan rebel camp for
Casino Royale and an Egyptian valley for The Mummy Returns. Matthew Sweet goes into Black Park in Buckinghamshire to find out why it's so adaptable for the screen. For details see Monday
3/4. Extradition. In a special edition linked to today's Afternoon Play, the legal discussion programme, hosted by Clive Anderson , debates the issues of extradition highlighted by the Gary McKinnon case. Lawyers discuss concerns that it is too easy for British citizens to be dragged into foreign courts, yet almost impossible to extradite people to face trial here.
Producer Brian King Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
4/6. Green Ships. Amid claims that air pollution from ships kills 60,000 people worldwide per year. Gareth Mitchell examines attempts to "green" the ship-building industry with environmentally friendly technology. Producer Roland Pease
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