With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rt Rev Tom Butler.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
After seven fat years, the City is being faced with the most serious convulsion to hit it in a generation. Sparked by the credit crunch, Greg Wood tracks the unfolding crisis through the capital's trading floors.
Producer Julia Johnson Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
2/2. Jarvis Cocker concludes his history of zines and fanzines with insights into the worlds of DIY publications. Zinemakers an fanzine historians, including Dave Haslam uz Naylor, Roger Sabin and Teal Triggs , explain the survival of paper-based fanzines in the age of the internet. Producer Bob Dickinson
With John Waite and Peter White. Put your views on last summer's floods to
Michael Jack , chair of the select committee inquiry into flooding.
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3/4 Tainted Love. Originally a Motown song written by Ed Cobb and recorded by Gloria Jones , Tainted Love became famous on the Northern Soul scene in the late 70s. It was heard by Marc Almond and Dave Ball of Soft Cell, who recorded a version that went to number one in 17 countries. Producer Sara conkey Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
Nazi war criminal Herbert Kappler had only one visitor in his cell - a Vatican priest, Mgr Hugh O'Flaherty - the man Kappler had so often tried to assassinate during the war. Robin Glendinning 's play explores their remarkable postwar relationship. Mgr O'Flaherty John Lynch Herbert Kappler Wolf Kahler
Producer/Director Gemma McMullan
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about the environment. Producer Toby Murcott
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2/5 In her search for businesses flourishing off the beaten track, Nicola Heywood
Thomas finds a workshop attached to a cottage in the Cotswolds where David Law works. it is the centre of a network of tiny firms working together to help him create harpsichords. For details see yesterday
6/7. Jacqueline Wilson nominates Katherine Mansfield for great-life status. Biographer
Angela Smith joins Matthew Parris to assess the impact of Mansfield's career. producer John Byrne Repeated on Friday at 11pm
4/4. After weeks searching for the ingredients for the perfect party, Miranda thinks she's hit on the solution - a celebrity. Starring Miranda Hart , with Margaret Cabourn-Smith , Bridget Christie and Kim Wall. Producer Chris Neill
2/5. Z's lonely life in London changes when she is captivated by the smile of an English man, although there is much room for misunderstanding between them. By Xiaolu Guo. For cast and details see yesterday Rptd from 10.45am
New series 1/10. Five years on from Lord Laming's damning inquiry into the death of Victoria Climbie ,
Andrew Bomford asks why so many children are still dying at the hands of their parents or carers. Producer David Lewis Repeated on Sunday at 5pm See panel
Podcast available at news.bbc.co.uk/l/hi/ programmes/file_on_4/default.stm
4/9. Dr Mark Porter is joined by Professor Tom Sanders , a nutrition expert from King's College, London, to discuss metabolic syndrome, a precursor to diabetes and heart disease.
Producer Deborah Cohen Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/3. Battersea Triangle. Spineless Dougie has become domestically embroiled with Angela, his boss at work. He's deeply regretting it. So when he meets passive, unconditionally adoring India, his problems seem to be over. Or are they just beginning? Romantic comedy drama by Michael Butt.
Producer/Director Peter Kavanagh
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