With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
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 Akhandadhi Das.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
2/2. Bird Flu. Steve Hewlett chairs a discussion on the media's reaction to the prospective bird flu epidemic of 2006 and early 2007, in which scientific fears became banner headlines and caused panic with suggestions of a worldwide death toll of up to 150 million, despite a small number of verified cases actually occuring in the UK. Producer Tom Alban Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Led by Mark Coffey. Now Is the Healing Time
Decreed (Solothurn). Psalm 51, vv1-9. Hide Not Thou Thy Face (Farrant). Be Thou My Guardian and My Guide (Abridge). Director of music Ian Tracey. Organist Christopher Stokes.
2/5. Aid worker Lisa French Blaker encounters a group of desperate refugees and tries to help as many as she can. However, she is forced to make difficult decisions. For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
2/2. Penny Marshall looks at systems of cancer care throughout western Europe, asking whether the Government's cancer reform plan announced in December will enable the NHS to catch up with standards of treatment in some other countries. For details see Monday
The Rev Roy Jenkins discovers how Congregational minister John Curwen sought to defeat the curse of the Victorian age and draw people away from alcohol and into church, by making the songs and music universal.
Despite modest musical ability, he created a method enabling everyone to read and sing at first sight, tonic sol-fa.
Reminiscences from two sound engineers involved in recording some of the greatest voices and music of the 20th century. James Lock was responsible for capturing the Three Tenors in Rome in 1990. and Geoff Emerick was instrumental in the production of three Beatles albums. producer Marya Burgess See panel
Dramatised by Sue Eckstein from a short story by Saki. Laura falls ill while staying with her friend Amanda and her tedious husband Eabert As she rests in bed, she considers the idea of being reincarnated as an otter so she could wreak havoc on Egbert's hens.
Producer/Director Bruce Young
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about our environment and the natural world. producer Toby Murcott
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2/5 One Man Band. By Frances Fyfield
A man returns to the sea-front shelter where he experienced both cruelty and kindness
50 years previously. Read by David Horovitch. Producer Amber Barnfather For details see yesterday
New series 1/8. Gardener Carol Klein and Shami Chakrabarti , director of human rights group Liberty, discuss their favourite books with guest presenter, author Kate Mosse.
Producer Jane Greenwood Repeated on Friday at 11pm
3/10. Julian O'Halloran investigates Network Rail's performance on track maintenance and renewal, and assesses criticisms of its record on safety checks designed to prevent train crashes and derailments.
Producer Rob Cave Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
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6/9. Dr Mark Porter visits the University
Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust to find out what the Department of Health's new infection strategy for England involves. He is shown how the "deep clean" aims to reduce the risk of infection and learns what hospital patients can do to reduce their risk of catching superbugs. Producer Beth Eastwood Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/15. Italy Was Coming at Last! By EM Forster. Juliet Stevenson reads Forster's romantic novel set in England and Italy. Lucy loses Miss Lavish, and worse follows when her Baedeker travel guide goes missing. However, she finds a different kind of company in the form Of Santa Croce. For details see yesterday
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