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Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Jim Maxwell on the third day of the Fifth Ashes Test at the Oval. With analysis by Phil Tufnell , Vic Marks and Matthew Hayden.
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5/6. The economic crisis is not just about money and paying bills. it's about dealing with the psychological pressures of the downturn. Penny Haslam looks at how the nation is coping with recession and investigates whether we focus too much on the negatives. producer Karen Kiernan Repeated on Wednesday at 3pm
David Pownall's black comedy follows events when, in August 1939, the British and French were seriously outmanoeuvred by Stalin and Hitler who unexpectedly agreed to sign a Non-Aggression Pact.
2/3. Michael Grade , executive chairman of ITV, is in conversation with John Wilson , recalling key moments of his life. He hears extracts from the sound archive of that very public life and ponders what he's learnt and how he's developed from his earliest writings to his return to the BBC in 2004 and his later defection to ITV. Producer Emma Kingsley Shortened rpt on Mon at 3pm
3/3. The unexpected return of Bellingham presents real danger, while someone from Ruth's past threatens to reveal the truth about Leonard. By Elizabeth Gaskell , dramatised by Ellen Dryden.
Repeated from Sunday
1/3. Jane Little chairs a programme of debates between believers and atheists, starting with the atheist philosopher Dr Miranda Fricker and the Rt Rev Richard Harries , the former Bishop of Oxford. Repeated from Wednesday
Paul Morley profiles the Mancunian punk poet John Cooper Clarke , who told in poetry of the reality of growing up in a poverty-stricken industrial town in the 1970s. Contributors include Mark E Smith ,
Pete Shelley , Lily Allen , Don Letts and Phill JupituS. Producer Elizabeth Alker
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