5/5. The food swindlers continue to find ever more sophisticated ways of adulterating our food. Scientists are now reSorting to DNA analysis - "food forensics" - to police the food we eat. By Bee Wilson. For details see New Year's Eve Repeated at 12.45am
Is there one person in your life to whom you would like to say "thank you"?
Kim Normanton explores the phenomenon of human gratitude as people tell how their "ves were changed by the care of others.
Normanton records several such meetings, including a man who thanks the surgeon who changed his life and a Tube driver who thanks the woman who taught her to read. Producer Matt Thompson
2/6. Car Boot. In his search for an antique to take to the Antiques Roadshow, Arthur sets UP a meat-and-theatrical memorabilia stall with Wilf the butcher. Comedy, written by and starring Steve Delaney , with Sue Perkins , Alastair Kerr and Dave Mounfield. Producer John Leonard and Mark Radcliffe
5/5. Week One: And Is There Honey Still for Tea? Ada Reece and Rudyard Kipling rejoice in their respective children's bright futures as George V is crowned but clouds of war start to gather over mainland Europe.
For cast and details see New Year's Eve Rptd from 10.45am
Topical discussion hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby at Chandler's Ford, Hampshire, where the panel includes John Denham , Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Maggie and Elaine are volunteers for a rape-counselling service. Their aim is to accompany police raids to liberate women trafficked into the sex industry in Britain.
But why can't they? David Spencer 's play is based on factual research. Producer Polly Thomas
10/10. By Dorothy L Sayers. It's Christmas at Fenchurch St Paul, where the weather is turning nasty. As the f loodwater rises,
Wimsey finally grasps who killed the man in Lady Thorpe's grave. For details see Christmas Eve
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