Commentary by Jonathan Agnew
Simon Mann and Simon Hughes continues on the third day of the First Test from Ahmedabad. With analysis from Geoffrey Boycott , Sunil Gavaskar and Vic Marks.
Producers Kevin Howells and Adam Mountford
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Helen Mark is in Warwickshire looking at our love affair with woodlands, where she talks to publishing magnate and creator of the nation's newest and largest forest. Felix Dennis who, in typically unnassuming fashion, is calling it the Forest of Dennis. Producer Kaylois Henry Rptd on Thursday at 1.30pm
EMI is a music industry icon, but in a dramatic takeover.the loss-making record company was bought by private equity firm Terra Firma in a multibillion-pound deal. Head of business at The Daily Telegraph Damian Reece investigates this controversial move. Terra Firma boss Guy Hands answers criticisms that the deal has seen swingeing job losses, massive cost cutting and harsh comments from some artists' managers Can Hands make his investment pay and what chance has EMI got of reinventing itself to compete in the online age? Producers Liz Carney and Adrian Edwards
A lively collection of dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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3/6. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical look through the week's news, with Marcus Brigstocke , Mitch Benn , Jon Holmes and Laura Shavin. Repeated from yesterday
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Noel Coward's classic comedy, adapted for radio by Bert Coules.
When writer Charles Condomine invites a medium to hold a seance at his country house, he anticipates little more than some harmless fakery and a lot of good material for his new novel. Instead, he gets a ghostly visitation from his dead first wife, rather to the chagrin of his very much alive second one.
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday Woman's Hour programmes.
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New series 1/19. Friends, enemies, colleagues and confidantes provide a revealing insight into the personality and motivation of an individual who is making the headlines.
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2/2. Alex Bulmer's dramatisation of Victor Hugo 's novel, in which a Gypsy girl captures the heart of Quasimodo, who lives hidden away in the bell towers of Notre Dame. The tale of love, betrayal and bravery is produced in a collaboration between BBC Radio Drama and disabled-led theatre company Graeae.
(Repeated from Sunday)
Madame La Fayette:
4/5. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Clifford Longley , Kenan Malik ,
Melanie Phillips and Claire Fox cross-examine expert witnesses about the ethical issues behind the week's news. Repeated from Wednesday
3/4. 1 Am. Peggy Reynolds explores the lasting appeal of John Clare 's I Am, an existential cry from the heart written while he was a patient at Northampton's lunatic asylum.
She studies the traumatic events featured in the peasant poet's work, which is based on the dispossession that accompanied the land seizures of the Enclosures Act. Rptd from Sunday
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