Commentary from Lord's on the fifth and final one-day international by Jonathan Agnew , Simon Mann and Mark Pougatch. With analysis from Jeremy Coney ,
Phil Tufnell , Alec Stewart and Graham Thorpe.
Producer Adam Mountford 'approximate times See also 5 Live Sports Extra at 10.30am TV highlights are on Five at 7.15pm
Bob Dylan ? New series 1/3. In his series in which he challenges the status of familiar people, practices and things, Lenny Henry questions the greatness of Bob Dylan. Poet laureate Andrew Motion , singers Kris Kristofferson and Bryan Ferry , and musicians Jools Holland and Al Kooper present their case for the defence. Producer Patrick Gregory
Topical debate from Upminster, Essex, with Conservative peer Chris Patten and Liberal Democrat shadow Leader of the House of Commons Simon Hughes. Jonathan Dimbleby is in the Chair. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners responses to Any Questions? Producer Lisa Jenkinson PHONE: [number removed] (calls from landlines cost no more than 8p per minute) Lines open from 12.30pm; email: [address removed]
1/2 Dl John Rebus probes the death of a North Sea oil worker, and finds his enquiries overlapping with the ongoing hunt for a serial killer who has struck in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen Ian Rankin 's story is dramatised by Chris Dolan. Concludes next Saturday. Producer/Director Bruce Young
Phill Jupitus takes a look at the virtuoso comedy and music of the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, who believe that any music - from classical to punk - is open to reinterpretation on eight "bonsai guitars". Repeated from Tuesday
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the week s Woman's Hour programmes. Editor Jill Burridge RT DIRECT: To order A celebration of Mothers CD for £6.99 (RRP E8.99) incl p&p, call [number removed] (calls from landlinescostnomorethan8pperminute),quotingRTD223
A celebration of the documentary feature, considered by some to be radio's most elevated form of presentation. Programmes examined include Radio 3's "Between the Ears", the Radio Ballads of Charles Parker and Ewan MacColl, and Radio 4's "Don't Hang Up". Radio practitioners Chris Brookes, Berit Hedemann, Robin Ravlich, Mark Burman and Sarah Taylor consider the evolution and qualities of the genre. See choice on page 144. See also Mike Harding on Wednesday at 7pm on Radio 2
3/3. Ruth goes missing when her husband, Easton, goes out with his workmates on their annual jolly. Meanwhile, an unexpected revelation could change Frank Owen 's life for ever. Robert Tressell 's socialist masterpiece is dramatised by Andrew Lynch.
Repeated from Sunday
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4/4. The Body Beautiful. Historian Jonathan Spence discusses how Chinese ideas of sport and athleticism have evolved, and how China is facing the challenge of hosting the Olympics this August. Introduced from Lord's Cricket Ground by Sue Lawley. Repeated from Tuesday
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