BBC's Radio 4 airs Our Lives in our Hands tomorrow night (Wednesday) in which a mother whose son suffers from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy talks to scientists about progress towards a cure. It's on at 21.00. If you miss the original broadcast, you can 'listen again' through the BBC's website.
Radio 4's comedy, Rigor Mortis, is on Thursdays at 23.00. It's a farce set in a pathology lab with fairly predictable black humour, but makes more-than-tolerable bedtime listening.