New series 1/8. The series in which Michael Buerk talks to people who have made difficult or life-changing choices begins with him in conversation with controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders about his decision to make a provocative anti-Islamic film. Producer Dawn Bryan Repeated at 9.30pm
1/2. A Writer's Feel for Liverpool. A fresh look at Liverpool to mark its year as European
Capital of Culture. Rastafarian poet Levi Tafari takes a literary journey in and around his home in Toxteth and asks why Liverpool is traditionally a city of storytellers, poets, novelists and playwrights. Producer Clare Jenkins
An act of worship led by John Forrest. Judge Eternal, Throned in Splendour (Rhuddlan). Mark 13, W21-27. 0 Lord, the Clouds Are Gathering (Kendrick). There's a Wideness in God's Mercy (Corvedale). Director of music Simon Lole.
Last summer Felicity Finch joined conservationist Tim Dixon to see whether a new pipeline might threaten the habitat of the very rare Barbestelle Bat. Will the Batman be in time to save his Barbies? Producer Paul Kobrak
Actor Martin Reeve takes up his swozzle and slapstick to chart the history and tenacious survival of the Punch and Judy show, asking professors, punters and historians how a glove puppet with attitude has managed to make his mark on popular culture over more than 250 years. Producer Sara Davies Radio features: pages 118-119
3/3 Man of Tango. Astor Piazzolla brought the tango into the orchestral repertoire with hisBandoneon Concerto. Lowri Blake tells the story of the man who composed around 3,000 tangos and meets the performers, including bandoneon virtuoso Per
Arne Glorvigen , who demonstrates the versatility and expressiveness of this giant among squeezeboxes. Producer Richard Bannerman Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
Fourteen-year-old Aidan tells the story of Leila Jones , a skinny girl from across the road Her mum's fallen for a cowboy at line-dancing, except he's really a telephone engineer. Then she finds a gun in her hrother's bedroom. By Katie Hims.
Producer/Director Toby Swift
6/13. Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about the environment and the natural world. Producer Toby Murcott
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2/5. Speciality duPerigold. By EJ Patience. Villagers contemplate how
Madame Boisseau has retained her youthful looks, and whether her diet may be responsible. Read by Clare Higgins. For details see yesterday
New series 1/7. Michael Rosen returns with the series on words and they way they are used. He begins by looking at the language of insults and apologies, with the help of Ouentin Letts , Janey Godley and Nick Smith. Producer Chris Ledgard Repeated on Monday at llpm
New series 1/9. Jon Snow nominates Lord Longford for great-life status, with the help of Longford's daughter Rachel Billington and his biographer Peter Standford. Matthew Parris adjudicates.
Producer Miles Warde Repeated on Friday at 11pm
7/10. Putting a Life Together Again. After the tragedy of Alf's death, Michael finds a way to go on. In the Blitz, Stevie waits to hear from him, and for her baby to be born. By Jennie Roonie. For cast and details see yesterday Rptd from 10.45am
Efraim Zuroff 's time is running out. He's been hunting former Nazis for 25 years, but he's battling against the clock to bring the last survivors of Hitler's regime to account.
Jonathan Charles reports. Producer David Prest Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
2/9. Dr Mark Porter looks at dangers lurking in the garden. He also discovers toxic plants and passes on top tips for protecting backs and knees from damage.
Producer Helen Sharp Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
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