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WHY do we pay good money to watch hor­ror movies, or queue for ter­ri­fy­ing fair­ground rides? THE CU­RI­OUS CASES OF RUTHER­FORD & FRY (RA­DIO 4, 9.30AM, 8.45PM), hears from ex­perts about our ap­petite for thrills.

AS PART of UK Fer­til­ity Week, JEREMY VINE (RA­DIO 2, 12 NOON) hears from those com­ing to terms with the prospect of not hav­ing children. To­day, he talks to Kat Brown, who was full of hope that IVF would work, but af­ter the sec­ond round of treat­ment failed, is now learn­ing to live with the fact that she is not likely to be­come preg­nant.

TESSA LARK (pic­tured) grew up in Ken­tucky and played in her fa­ther’s blue­grass band while also study­ing classical vi­o­lin. Tessa is now an in­ter­na­tional artiste with many awards to her name,

but has never lost her love for blue­grass, and joins Katie Der­ham on to­day’s IN

TUNE (RA­DIO 3, 5PM) for a live ses­sion of blue­grass and classical vi­o­lin mu­sic.

n THE M1 mo­tor­way opened 60 years ago. Driv­ers and pas­sen­gers thrilled to the sen­sa­tion of speed and the sight of the coun­try­side whizzing by — but quickly got used to it. In tonight’s FREE THINK­ING

(RA­DIO 3, 10PM), Anne McElvoy re­flects on the open­ing of the mo­tor­way, and in­tro­duces a new work — the M1 Sym­phony — mark­ing this break­through mo­ment in Bri­tish mo­tor­ing.

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