The second of a three-part series in which Debbie Thrower meets people who work in a partnership almost as close as a marriage. 2: Her Master's Voice Billy Lambert is Regional Officer for the Royal National Institute for the Deaf. He is profoundly deaf and only uses sign language. But his job involves going into and working in the hearing community, so he has to work with an interpreter, Doris Moreton , who is literally "his voice". Producer Emma Kingsley Stereo
Eight leading women from the arts and literature, science and public life have just been awarded degrees by St Andrews
University. Jenni Murray invites them to a celebratory breakfast to compare notes on their varied lives.
Serial: Bucket Nut (8).
Last in the series of the adaptation of the 60s novel by Margaret Forster.
6: Fairytales Can Come True
Georgy thought that adopting baby Sara would turn the Plaingirl into the beautiful Princess. But Jos can only see a miserable mess. Is there any hope for Georgy after all? Perhaps a villain might turn into a hero?
Adapted by Joe Dunlop
Music played by David Chilton and Dave Swift.
Director Adrian Bean
The second and last episode of Robin Miller's drama. Tyler, an American pilot, excitedly prepares for the air display celebrations which mark the 50th anniversary of the Americans joining the war. But Debra, his wife, is terrified by premonitions she experiences and by the warnings of a strange woman who haunts their Suffolk cottage.
Brian Sibley puts on his leathers for two exhibitions of motorbike designs as well as meeting the official Olympic artist David Hiscock and reviewing the new film My Cousin Vinny.
Producer Alasdair Cross
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Joanna Buchan presents the last in the series of collections of remarkable personal stories, first heard on Tuesday Lives. 4: Another Country
Glimpses of life at the Tsar's court by former
Princess Sofka Dolgoruky and how the British lived the high life in Morocco before the war.
Producer Simon Elmes
Ray Gosling takes a personal look at famous High Street traders who combine profits with principles.
1: Taking the Measure to Sir Montague Burton who believed every man should wear a suit, so that you wouldn't be able to tell a man's social class just by looking.
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