Michael Collie concludes his journey with Dr George Dodd to discover the delights of the olfactory system. They brave a Birmingham nightclub to observe the effect of scent on the opposite sex. Producer Lucy Lunt
Live from Pimlico School in London, Jenni Murray invites listeners to exercise parent power. The studio audience will be putting their questions to a panel of educationalists and decision-makers including Minister for Education, Baroness Blatch.
Serial: Fatlands (3)
John Le Carre 's story adapted in eight parts.
Starring James Fox as Magnus Pym , James Grout as Jack Brotherhood and Brenda Bruce as Miss Dubber.
3: Magnus Pym was very much Jack Brotherhood 's man. Like a son to him, according to Bo Brammel. So who better to search for the missing spy than the man who recruited him into the service?
Music: Max Harris
Adapted by Rene Basilico
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Sir Kenneth Sefton Boyd:
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.
4: 1982-1989: TheHealth You Can Afford
Director Patrick Rayner
A six-part series in which Matthew Parris investigates intriguing letters which have no known reply.
3:"Nobody has suffered more from low spirits than I have done", wrote Sydney Smith to a friend, yet today he is remembered as a bon viveur and wit. Producer Julia Gillett
Quentin Cooper braves Steven Spielberg 's much-hyped new film Jurassic Park, and visits Marvin's 's Room, the latest stage vehicle for actress
Producer Beaty Rubens
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
4: Professionals and Amateurs. The possibility of amateur intellectuals - thinking and concerned individuals - still being able to influence society in the age of professionals backed by institutions is examined by Edward Said , Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. Producer Anne Winder
Last year Christina Dodwell spent three months travelling through Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula, recording her adventures and the stories of the people she met.
3: Geysers, Volcanoes and Woolly Mammoths
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