Presented by Evan Davis and Sarah Montague.
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6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
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7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Angela Tilby.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
1114. Hospital Phobia. Joan Bakewell debates with a panel of experts the thorny issues dealt with by clinical ethics committees. The panel is presented with a real-life case to reveal how these dilemmas are resolved. The first case deals with a young man with kidney cancer whose phobia of surgery keeps him from life-saving operations. What is the surgeon's duty of care and what degree of persuasion should be used? What are the patient's rights? Producer Beth Eastwood Repeated at 9pm
Commentary on the first day of the Second Ashes Test at Lord's by Jonathan Agnew, Christopher Martin-Jenkins, Henry Blofeld and Jim Maxwell. Analysis by Phil Tufnell, Angus Fraser, Ian Chappell and Jason Gillespie.
Approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra at 10.45am TV highlights of today's play are on Five at 7.15pm
Mewseries. 1/9. Pakistan. Two-thirdsofthe Pakistani population is under the age of 25. In a country under siege from religious extremism, this youth bulge is a ticking time bomb. Bill Law investigates whether Pakistani youth is in danger of joining the ranks of the Taliban, or are they fighting back against the extremists? Producer Colin Pereira Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
Written to accompany the new series of Inside the Ethics Committee (9am and 9pm today), PG Morgan's drama gets inside the emotional realities of dealing with an ethical dilemma. A young woman is admitted to hospital and prepared to deliver her baby by caesarean section. What happens in the next few minutes will test the judgement - and the understanding - of everyone in the room. Producers Steven Canny and Jonguil Panting
3/3. Thake and the French Widow Beachcomber receives word from Paris that the gregarious toff has lost his heart - and most of his valuables - to a bewitching femme fatale. By JB Morton. For details see Tuesday
2/4. Iranian comedian Shappi Khorsandi talks about what it is like growing up in England.
Comedian John Gordillo shares his memories of his Spanish family, while Lenny Henry talks about the strong characters in his family. Hils Barker performs a song. Producer Paul Russell
As details emerge about the treatment of two British hostages captured in Iraq in 2007 questions are being raised about the Government's hostage strategy. With other governments showing greater willingness to make concessions to kidnappers, Simon Cox asks if British captives are at a disadvantage. Producer Samantha Fenwick
1/4. In the series in which John Wilson takes leading figures in their fields back to the places and people who influenced their later success, TV chef Gary Rhodes is reunited with his best friend from Thanet Catering
College and with the lecturer who taught him everything he knew. Producer Sarah Taylor
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