Janice Long looks at some of the science and engineering that helps to keep you upright on two wheels.
1: Why are bikes the shape they are, does cycling in cities damage your health and will anything top the success of the mountain bike?
with Tony Adamson.
Live commentary from Muirfield on the 121st
Open Championship. Experts Ken Brown , Tommy Horton and Andrew Murray join
George Bayley , Alan Green and Julian Tutt at the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers for the first round.
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starring Andrew Livingstone and Fine Time Fontayne.
Our intrepid explorers of topicality forage through the week's news in search of a funny radio programme. With Robert Harley and Joanna Brooks. Written by Martin Jameson and Joe Turner
First of a two-part drama of family loyalty, aspiration, fear and friendship.
Jenny is 18 and desperate to go to university. She is waiting for her exam results. But her grandmother, with whom she lives, seems to be ill, and Jenny feels under increasing pressure to stay and care for her.
Written by Angela Turvey , who was part of last year's Young
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