With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Canon Alan Billings.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
7/8. The former social worker Nevres Kemal talks to Michael Buerk about her decision to blow the whistle on problems within Haringey Council's Children's Services Department, six months before the issues she raised contributed to the death of Baby P. Producer Dawn Bryan Repeated at 9.30pm
2/3. Paul Roseby talks to the people whose germ of an idea is eventually turned into a pilot: the writers. He's joined by Geoff Atkinson , Paul Dornan , Andrew Nickolds and Christopher Douglas. Producer David Roper
"Let anyone remember his last eight or ten school years: it is the space of a century. Compare with them the last eight or ten years of life: it is the space of an hour," said
Paul Janet. Why does time seem to speed up the older one gets? Ian Peacock explores perceptions of time with psychologists, mathematicians, pharmacologists, gerontologists, children and some very lucid Centenarians.
Producer Fiona Roberts
A tribute to one of the most enduring showbusiness entertainers of the 20th century, Jimmy Jewel. Jason Manford marks the centenary of Jewel's birth with the story of his career - it's one that reflects the changing face of British light entertainment over 60 years. Producer Stephen Garner
New series. 1/4. Frances Fyfield tells the story of the great composers and their works through the original manuscript scores. This week she is in Berlin to look at a masterwork in Bach's own hand, the Mass in B minor. She is joined by conductor Simon Halsey and soprano Deborah York.
Producer Tom Alban Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
A series of violent crimes is being committed in the North and the only lead is a Photofit reconstruction of the robber's face. It is the spit of travelling salesman Alan Morgan. Don Webb 's dark, Kafka-esque thriller.
Producer Gary Brown
9/9. Sue MacGregor is joined by Blur's drummer Dave Rowntree who chooses John Fowles 's first novel, The Collector, and Kanya King , founder of the Mobo awards, who selects a New Age self-help book.
Producer Mark Smalley Repeated on Friday at llpm
9/10. When US troops handed control of security back to the Iraqi government earlier this year, it was supposed to be a sign that normality was returning to the country. Kate Clark asks why many Iraqi refugees are still refusing to return home.
Producer Sally Chesworth Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
5/8. Claudia Hammond reports on attempts to find a new name for schizophrenia to lessen the stigma attached to the condition, and on Mindfulness - a new way of thinking that is said to prevent depression. Does neuroscience support the claims? Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
2/10. Henry Eariforward learns his new neighbour, the widowed Mrs Arb , shares his passion for thrift as well as the services of good-natured charwoman Elsie. Read by Robert Powell. For details see yesterday
2/6. Loneliness Is a Crowded Head. Nigel Smith 's dark comedy about disability. Ben's life is full of well-meaning people trying to do everything for him. Everything, that is, except leave him alone. He begins to wonder if Robinson Crusoe might have been on to a good thing.
Producer Gareth Edwards : Director Nigel Smith
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