Evelyn Waugh 's novel dramatised in six parts. 6: The wheel turns full circle and Paul Pennyfeather starts all over again.
Adapted by Jeremy Front
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
When Fagan , "just Fagan", finishes his night's work as a club entertainer and goes home with two women, the results are hardly what he expects.
Written by Maurice Leitch.
Musician Mia Soteriou
Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo
Mark Steyn moves to the rhythm of The Mambo Kings, the film adapted from Oscar Hijuelos ' prize-winning novel; film reviews also include Sean Connery in Medicine Man; guitarist John Williams is in the studio; and Kate Figes reports on the success of the classic book. Producer Julian May Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Pleasures of the Flesh by Peter Regent.
Henry's interest in young women was purely carnal. Not as objects of sexual desire but as potential roast joints.
Read by Richard Owens. Producer Matthew Walters
A series of four programmes looking at the pleasures, pitfalls and personalities of four musical instruments through the eyes of the people who play, carry, make or mend them. 1: The Harp"We couldn't carry it ourselves, we had to have transport. A man arrived, put a big strap around it and slung it on his shoulder - they call it humping the harp...." Producer Emma Kingsley
Conversations with people who, when younger, were radical thinkers. Now they are older, have they changed their spots? Using their personal archives David Walker explores how views change over time.
1: Professor Brian Cox , who co-edited the controversial "Black Papers" on education. Producer Mary Price
A series of fourprogrammes.
Jenni Mills reveals the personal stories behind some of the headlines of the last few years.
2: In July 1990, Eric and Marilyn Smith had a knock on their front door from two policemen.
Their teenage daughter, Karyn, had been arrested at Bangkok airport and charged with attempting to smuggle £4million worth of heroin.
Producer Sarah Rowlands
A panorama of British
India recalled by some of those who lived in it.
4: Lives of a Bengal Pilot "The river was vast, almost a sea at certain places, it could be very cruel, very dangerous, or it could be very calm and beautiful...."
Presented by Evan Charlton.
Producer Michael Mason (Revised repeat)
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