The Peak District is this week's destination for a Breakaway special.
From stately homes to the Opera House at
Buxton, Bernard Falk goes on to uncover the secret of Bakewell puddings; Alex Lester tries the rugged outdoor activities in the National Park; and Martin Roberts looks at the range of accommodation on offer. Producer MOLLY PRICE-OWEN
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Patricia Routiedge and John Sessions as a host of other characters.
The last in the current series of reflections on the world of the great J. B. MORTON. Adapted by MICHAEL BARFIELD with RICHARD INGRAMS.
Announcer BRIAN PERKINS Producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
Barbara Amiel Paul Foot
Peter Bottomley , mp and Jonathon Porritt tackle the issues raised by an audience in Ryde on the Isle of Wight. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
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Call Jonathan Dimbleby with views on the issues raised in this week's edition of Any Questions? Producers JOHN HOLMES and CHRIS BURNS. BBC Bristol
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by JOHN FLETCHER. With and November 1933: Gregory is a young British spy on his first assignment. Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol. Stereo
Harold St John:
Derek Jones treads gently between the bluebells, wood anemones and yellow archangels in a fine example of an oak and hornbeam woodland which has survived from the primeval wildwood in Hertfordshire.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
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4.30 When in Italy A five-part series with DENISE DE ROME. 4: Practicalities
5.00 Spring Into Summer Fourth of six programmes. DR ALAN MARYON DAVIS visits GILLIAN REYNOLDS at her local health club. BBC Pebble Mill
5.30 A Woman's Work Five programmes which explore the influences and pressures on women over the past 50 years. 4: Go for It Women in their late teens describe their working lives. Interviews by SARAH CURTIS
Dr Alan Maryon
Journeys to the Frontier by MATTHEW SOLON. With and Philip discovers that his great-grandfather, Major James Pearson , kept a journal of his journey to Tibet in 1903. As Philip's own life plunges into crisis, he realises that something similar happened to his great-grandfather.
Directed by JANET WHTTAKER Stereo
Major James Pearson:
After I'm Gone
Last week HRH Princess Alexandra presented the Times/PM Environment award which acknowledges the effort thousands of people make to improve the environment.
But is what they're doing worthwhile? Does their green activism confine itself to their own backyards, rather than to the crucial issues of the ozone layer and acid rain? Rory MacLean travels across Britain to find some of the answers.
Producer VERONICA MULLEY (A PM special)
Last of four adventures, starring Alexei Sayle. The Final Solution
Written by MARCUS BERKMANN and the producer
HARRY THOMPSON. Stereo
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