Philosopher AC Grayling joins Andrew Marr to discuss how the "war on terror" has led to a war on civil rights, and documentary maker Adam Wishart talks about how the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (Nice) makes its decisions on expensive new drugs. Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
1/5. The story of Napoleon's sister, the beautiful Pauline Bonaparte. As Napoleon's position grew stronger, he was determined to find his sister the husband of his choosing, and even to name her child. By Flora Fraser. Read by Diana Quick , and abridged by Libby Spurrier. Producer/Director Celia de Wolff Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: Pauline Bonaparte : Venus of Empire is available for £18.00 (RRP E20.00) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit rtdirectsparkledirectcom
1/3. Liz Barclay meets job seekers who are being helped by business guru Charles Handy , founder of Coffee Republic Sahar Hashemi and management coach Jenny Rogers. They reveal how unemployment affects their lives. Continues tomorrow. Producer Hilary Dunn
There's a diff icult-to-explain entry on Mark s wife's credit card statement. He turns on the charm with a young call-centre worker to see if she can make it disappear. Graham White 's topical comic drama about what happens when your personal indiscretions become public.
Director Mary Peate
71/90. Cuba - That Four Letter Word. An American-backed invasion of Cuba fails, but President Kennedy saves face when he stops the Soviet Union from placing missiles on the Caribbean island. David Reynolds 's history of America continues. Producer Rosamund Jones Letter of the week: page 142
Jonathan Agnew , Glenn Mitchell and Arlo White provide commentary on the Super Eights Group F contest from the Oval, featuring the winner of Group B against the Group A runners-up. With analysis from Phil Tufnell and Geoff Lawson. Producer Adam Mountford 'approximate times Commentary is also on 5 Live Sports Extra from 5.15pm
New series. 1/6. Victoria Wood joins panellists Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor for the return of the famous antidote to panel games. Stephen Fry is in the chair, with Colin Sell at the piano. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm RT DIRECT: I'mSorry I Haven't a Clue 10 CD is available for E6.99 (RRP £12.72) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (landlines cost 5p per minute; mobiles vary) quoting [number removed],or visit bbcshop.com Radio features: pages 118-119
1/5. Serving police officer and anonymous blogger WPC EE Bloggs's account of life in the force, adapted by Yvonne Antrobus. Bloggsy gets one arrest closer to her monthly target - despite her misgivings. Producer Jonquil Panting Repeated from 10.45am
3/7. A New Iraq? British forces are making their final withdrawal from Iraq, and the Government has declared the mission a success. Bronwen Maddox explores the prospects of lasting peace and prosperity in the country. Producer Chris Bowlby Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
2/6. Bioprecipitation. Some airborne bacteria can turn water to ice at relatively high temperatures, and this process could possibly be turned to our advantage by encouraging rainfall in drought-affected regions of the world. Richard Hollingham visits labs in Avignon and London where researchers are trying to increase their understanding of the impact of bacteria on the weather. Producer John watkins
6/10. It's 1996 and Emma and Dexter haven't spoken to each other since an acrimonious evening the previous summer. David Nicholls 's bittersweet romantic comedy is read by Julian Rhind-Tutt ; abridged and produced by Jill Waters. RT DIRECT: One Day is available for £11.69 (RRP E12.99) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
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