3/8. A Muslim woman who has been cast out by her family because she fell in love with a non-Muslim man, and an Irish woman who left her husband for another woman but feels that homosexuality is still a taboo in Ireland discuss their experiences with Olivia O'Leary. Producer Karen Gregor Repeated at 9.30pm
Crap at the Environment. 4/5. Much to his surprise, Mark Watson 's personal campaign to reduce his carbon footprint has led to him being regarded as some sort of an expert. He decides to get his head round some of the facts. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
England v South Africa
Commentary on the second day of the Third Test, at Edgbaston.
For commentators see yesterday -approximate times See also 5 Live Sports Extra at 10.45am TV highlights are on Five at 7.15pm
4/11. Belarus Youth. Former collective farm boss Alexander Lukashenka has kept an iron grip on power in Belarus for the past 14 years. With parliamentary elections coming up this autumn, Lucy Ash visits the country, sandwiched between Russia and the European Union, to ask young people where they think their future lies. Producer Anna Raphael Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
By Mike Walker. A mysterious old shopkeeper in one of New York's grandest buildings purveys furs and memories. His vintage garments seem to have the power to change relationships and release emotion. Based on three short stories: The Red Fox Fur Coat by Teolinda Gersao , Blue Waltz with Coyotes by Jean Dixon and Pie Dance by Molly Gee. Music by Jon Nicholls Producer/Director Judith Kampfner
2/6. In between her pre-dawn power exercise, piano lessons, Italian classes, book groups and dog walking, Frances is up to her ears organising the local Abbeville fete. Frances and her well-heeled friends Arlene and Melissa seem to "have it all" in their London suburb - big houses, big cars, gardeners and au pairs - but is it enough? producer Sara Jane Hall (Revised repeat)
6/6. January, February. Ramesh allows a far-right political poster to be put up in his shop window. Comedy written by and starring Saneev Kohli and Donald McLeary.
Producer Gus Beattie ; Director Colin Gilbert
5/8. Climate Change - the Quick Fix? If we can't stop the planet warming rapidly, should we try and cool it? Plans for geo-engineering our climate are attracting increasing attention. But what might the side effects be, and can we control who does it? Frances Cairncross investigates. Producer Chris Bowlby Rptd Sun 9.30pm
6/6. Dream. Scrooby gets worried about the content of his dreams, so with the help of Walshie, an analyst, a massage parlour and some very smelly cheese, Scrooby tries to ease his nightmares. Created by Andy Parsons. The friends of Scrooby Trevithick are Ben Hurley and Katherine Jakeways. Producer Paul Russell ; If you have any information about Scrooby contact www.findscrooby.com.
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