3/5. Tim Samuels joins musician and composer
Nitin Sawhney as he escapes the confines of his studio to experience the hustle and bustle of tne Science Museum and one of his favourite
Pastimes - searching for connections between Hindu philosophy and quantum physics. Producer Mohini Patel
7/14. Ballinderry. Helen Mark travels the length of the Ballinderry river, which begins high in the Sperrin Mountains of Northern Ireland and flows eastward into Lough Neagh. She meets people who are helping to Protect the river, the landscape around it and the wildlife that depends on it. Producer Helen Chetwynd Repeated on Thursday at 3pm
With James Naughtie and Justin Webb.
7.20 Yesterday in Parliament With Mark D Arcy.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Rob Marshall.
8.51 L W only Yesterday in Parliament Justin Webb 's point of view: page 15
Shaun Ley looks at how the political circumstances of the late 1970s led to three of TV's most popular dramas - Doctor Who, Secret Army and The Professionals - each having at least one episode scrapped after filming. Contributors include the actor Tom Baker. Producer Jane Ashley
A lively collection of dispatches from BBC foreign correspondents, with Kate Adie. RT DIRECT: More From Our Correspondent is available for Â£8.54 (RRP Â£8.99) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit [web address removed]
Clare - the golden middle sister in a family headed by a formidable matriarch - meets and soon marries Martin, who has fallen not only for her but also for her fun, sparky family. But a mistake by Martin sets in motion a series of events that brings the family to its knees. By Amelia Bullmore, Nigel Pilkington
g Tippett: A Child of Our Time. Singer Sarah walker
writer Paul Banks and graphologist
Ruth Rostron join Frances Fyfield to examine the pencil-written score for Michael Tippett 's oratorio A Child of Our Time. Rptd from Tuesday
John Tusa 's series recalling the corresponding day in 1989 with the help of archive music and npws US Secretary of State James Baker meets Fast Germany's de facto leader Hans Modrow. Producers Russell Finch and Barney Rowntree
I-In 1968 at a hamlet in South Vietnam, as many as 500 unarmed Vietnamese civilians were killed by US soldiers. Tape recordings of the US Army's internal inquiry form the heart of this report on the My Lai massacre. Presented by Robert Hodierne. Producer Rosie Goldsmith
Programme of the Week: page 9
2/3. George Smiley , called back from retirement, is trying to piece together the events of the past to find the "mole" he believes is tearing apart the British Secret Intelligence Service. By John le Carre , dramatised by Shaun McKenna.
Repeated from Sunday
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9/9. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Michael Portillo , Claire Fox , Clifford Longley and Kenan Malik cross-examine expert witnesses on the ethical issues behind the week's news. Repeated from Wednesday
5/6. My Last Duchess. Robert Browning 's My Last Duchess tells of an aristocrat apparently admitting to having done away with his wife. Peggy Reynolds teases out the poem's many layers. Repeated from Sunday
1/5. Ghost Train. Haunted by a devastating experience on a school trip to Brighton Pier as a girl, a Muslim woman is mysteriously drawn to return 20 years later. Nina Wadia reads
Ambreen Hameed 's story, the first of five inspired by Brighton Pier. Producer/Director Celia de Wolff
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