Michael Collie continues his journey with Dr George Dodd to discover the delights of the olfactory system - and learns that a well-developed sense of smell can mean a stress-free, flavourful life. Producer Lucy Lunt
The Church of God the Kingdom Is (Cornwall, BBC HB 183); Matthew 5, w 17-20; If Ye Love Me, Keep My Commandments (Thomas Tallis ); Teach Me, 0 Lord, the Perfect Way (York, BBC HB473).
BBC Singers directed by Barry Rose.
John Le Carre 's story adapted in eight parts. Starring James Fox as Magnus Pym.
2: A distraught Mary Pym is under pressure to provide some clue as to the whereabouts of her missing husband.
Music: Max Harris
Adapted by René Sasilico
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Colin Douglas 's four-part drama serial on the history of the National Health Service as seen through the lives of two generations of Edinburgh doctors. 3: 1969-1979: The Long Surprise
Director Patrick Rayner
Matthew Parris investigates intriguing letters that have no known reply.
2: A letter from Friedrich Nietzsche to his sister Elisabeth berates her for portraying him to be anti-semitic. However, he wasn't absolved of this imputation until decades after his death. Producer Julia Gillett
Brian Sibley with reviews of the week s new film releases, including Matthew Modine in Equinox, and an assessment of the career of the Italian director Roberto Rossellini. In the studio live music from Ethiopia. Producer Tim Dee
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
As British miners struggle to preserve their industry in the face of the government's determination to close pits, Christopher Cook visits the North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish in County Durham. Beamish vividly displays every aspect of a mining community in the North East in the years immediately before the First World War. Here, he explores what Peter Lewis , Beamish's Director, describes as "the pitmatic society" of 80 years ago.
3: Intellectual Exiles.
Professor Edward Said looks at intellectuals both as expatriates and as people on the margin of their own society and considers how exile inspires their thinking. Producer Anne Winder
Last year Christina Dodwell spent three months travelling through Russia's remote Kamchatka Peninsula, recording her adventures and the stories and songs of the people she met.
2: From the Lower to the Upper World
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