6/6. Olivia O'Leary talks to two women who Were raped by men they met on a night out and asks why the conviction rates in the UK are so low compared with the rest of Europe. Producer Sara Conkey Repeated at 9.30pm
In the UK an unacceptable amount of children are affected by their parents' alcohol and drug misuse. Jenny Cuffe reports on a scheme run from the Family Drug and Alcohol Court that hopes to break the cycle Of abusing parents. Producer Jenny Cuffe
4/4. Pam Ayres is joined by Geoffrey Whitehead and Felicity Montagu for a show with poems and sketches on the subject of shopping. Sketches such as braving the cosmetics department and how some shop assistants think anyone over 40 should only wear beige. Poems include Nowadays We Worship at Saint Tesco, the Contact Lens poem, and I Can't Find Nice Knickers, no doubt a brief bit of verse. Producer Claire Jones
2/4. New recruit Debbie joins the team and wastes no time in ruffling a few of her new colleagues' feathers. Tom Fry and Sharon Kelly 's drama about a group of legal advisers based in Manchester. Producer Polly Thomas
Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Jim Maxwell and Christopher Martin-Jenkins on the third match of the seven-game series, held at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. With analysis by Jeff Thomson , Alec Stewart and Vic Marks. producer Adam Mountford -approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra at 2.15pm
3/5. Graeme Maidment explores the earliest methods of surviving a hot climate. Does ancient Egypt hold the key to the need for sustainable cooling? He goes to an unlikely place to find out - Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent. For details see Monday
2/6. The talk show continues with last week's guest Dave Gorman interviewing fellow comedian Frank Skinner. Dave asks Frank about his return to stand-up, censorship in comedy and the merits of outdoor toilets. Producer Sam Bryant
New series. 1/3. In the first live studio debate, chaired by Edward Stourton , economist and writer Philippe Legrain argues that Britain should abolish all immigration controls, and the movement of people across the border should be as free as that of goods and services. Producer Phil Pegum Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm Join the discussion by emailing: email@example.com
2/2. Sadiq Khan MP remembers his radical predecessor, the MP Shapurji Saklatvala. One of Britain's first Asian MPs, Saklatvala's political career began in 1922 when he was elected as a Labour MP for south London. By the end of the decade, Saklatvala had been re-elected as Parliament's sole Communist MP, been imprisoned for sedition and become famous for his campaign for Indian independence. Producer Julia Johnson Rptd from Sunday at 10.45pm
1/4. Charles lands a job on the BBC Radio
Rep and before long a murder takes place in Broadcasting House. Bill Nighy stars as the sleuth. By Simon Brett , dramatised by Jeremy Front .
Producer Sally Avens
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