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6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
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8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
The Court of Rudolf II The Lost Jewel of the Renaissance. Astronomer Johannes Kepler, Magician John Dee, and philosopher Giordano Bruno were among the brilliant thinkers at the late 16th-Century court of the Holy Roman Emperor in Prague. Melvyn Bragg learns about one of the Renaissance's great patrons of art and philosophy. Rptd at 9.30pm
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An act of worship led by Becky Harris. Put Thou Thy Trust in God (Doncaster). Jude,
W17-21. Lord, I Trust Thee (Handel). Blessed Assurance, Jesus Is Mine! (Knapp). Director of music Simon Lole. Organist James Davy.
The stories behind global headlines,
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RT CHOICE New series 1/4. John Major. Former prime minister John Major chooses some of his favourite pieces of writing. The readers are Nigel Anthony and Lucy Briers. Producer Christine Hall
Spoken word choices: page 121
By Peter Jukes. After breaking up with his girlfriend, Luke discovers
Soul Motel, a new social-networking website But his quest for love leads to unexpected revelations. An innovative drama set in cyberspace.
Producer Sasha YevtusnenKO See panel
3/6 When you're on holiday, do you like to explore the local music scene? Fi Glover and the team have a host of musical travel ideas, from hurdy-gurdies in Brittany to grand opera in Prague. producers David Prest and Susan Marling
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4/5 The Big the Beautiful Nanda Gray
By Morven Crumlish. Nanda Gray is a singer: a big lady with a big personality. But the dressing room can be a lonely place. Waiting offstage before her 20th anniversary performance, she reflects on her life and loves. Read by Lorelei King. Producer Ros ward
4/6. DJ Gary Bellamy brings his brand of broadcast journalism to early-evening Radio 4, helped by his production team and famous friends. Comedy starring Rhys Thomas ,
Amelia Bullmore , Simon Day , Charlie Higson , Lucy Montgomery and Paul Whitehouse. Producers Charlie Higson and Paul Whitehouse
Headley Court is the military's primary rehabilitation centre for amputees, currently treating soldiers injured in Iraq and Afghanistan. Simon Weston meets three residents wounded in combat and listens to their stories, including their opinions on the wars that left them with life-changing injuries. Producer Sian Price
7/9. Lean, Meanandat Your Service. "Lean manufacturing", developed in Japan by Toyota, takes mass production to extremes by eliminating as much waste as possible. Manufacturers using this method have saved millions, but the service industry has been slow to take it up. Peter Day asks why.
Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm I Podcast available at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/news/ inbusiness/inbusiness.shtml
9/10. The case of the disappearance of Connor Walshe comes before the Truth Commission, but pressure has been put on each of the main protagonists to reveal only as much of the truth as is convenient. By David Park. For details see Monday
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