With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rt Rev Tom Butler.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
2/5. Mike Wooldridge reports on a new government programme in Ayacucho, Peru, that helps the poor by giving women the equivalent of a dollar a day in cash in return for sending their children to school and getting them vaccinated. producer Ruth Evans
1/3. Ice. Gabrielle Walker meets scientist Ola Johannesson , a disciple of Norwegian explorer Fridtjof Nansen , who has spent most of his life living and working on the Arctic sea ice. Producer Beatrice Fenton
1/2 Jarvis Cocker uncovers the history of the fanzine. With the help of fanzine makers, collectors and experts, including Roger Sabin , Teal Triggs , Jon Savage and John Robb , Cocker discovers the origin of fanzines in science fiction long before the explosion of home-made magazines during the punk-rock days of the 70s. Producer Bob Dickinson
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2/4. Finlandia. Adopted by the Finnish people as a symbol of their fight for independence from Russia, Finlandia is still regarded as Finland's unofficial national anthem. Contributors include Sibelius's great-grandson Jaakko lives and Finnish conductor John Storgards. Producer Karen Gregor
Richard Daniel discusses listeners questions about the environment. Producer Toby Murcott
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2/2 As children we are all told "crime doesn t nay" but until the Proceeds of Crime Act, criminals were still able to profit from their crimes. The act changed all that. Kevin Bocquet tells the story of how millions of pounds made from some of the biggest drug deals in the UK were traced. Producer Steve Taylor
5/7. Groucho Marx. He conquered stage, screen, radio and TV in a career than spanned five decades. But did Groucho Marx truly lead a great life? Documentary-maker Roger Graef joins Matthew Parris to champion the comic's claim to great-life status.
Producer John Byrne Repeated on Friday at llpm
3/4. Miranda's quest for the ideal social gathering continues apace. Bored with her flat, she takes her guests out for a picnic.
With Margaret Cabourn-Smith , Kim Wall and Justin Edwards. Producer Chris Neill
Millions of young Africans dream of following stars such as Didier Drogba and Emmanuel Eboue to Europe to make their fortune. A handful succeed, but many fall into the clutches of unscrupulous clubs and agents who exploit and then discard them. Henry Bonsu investigates the growth in what has been described as football slavery.
Producer Jolyon Jenkins Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
3/9. Transplants. Dr Mark Porter examines what life is like after having organ transplants, asking if things really get back to normal and talking to the teams that provide psychological support.
Producer Helen Sharp Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
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