The natural history game where, for the first time, the contestants explore the sex life of plants with one of Britain's most seductive orchids and a flirtatious upper-crust plant from the hedgerow. Presented by Lionel Kelleway. Producer Grant Sonnex
Jenni Murray talks to Lesley Joseph , (Dorien in Birds of a Feather). who stars in a new series of The Queen of Romance, starting on Thursday on Radio 2. Serial: Guppiesfor Tea (9)
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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Ahead of tomorrow's first combined Budget and Autumn Statement, Vincent Duggleby explains the background, and a Panel of experts provide an essential guide to the economic thinking behind decisions on taxes and Government expenditure. Producer Robert McKenzie
The last in a series based on the short stories of Stacy Aumonier.
FuneralMarch. MmeVieninoff is mysterious, alluring and, above all, rich. But where exactly does her money come from?
Dramatised by Martin Worth Director Matthew Walters
Another chance to hear Trevor Hoyle's play about Lancashire comedian Frank Randle, starring Keith Clifford who won this year's Sony Radio Award for Best Actor for his performance in the lead role. After an accident in his Lagonda, Randle was admitted to hospital for psychiatric observation.The piay follows sessions with his doctor which take Randle right back to his childhood in Wigan.
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Owen Dudley Edwards introduces his new edition of Sherlock Holmes , a clue to a competition and an interview with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's special projects leader.
Producer Razia Iqbal
by Peter Thomson.
A father and son make a pilgrimage to Stratford, obsessed with finding memorabilia of their beloved Shakespeare.
With Simon Carter , Francis Thomson , Graham Colclough. Joyce Gibbs , Graham Padden , Jonathan Wyatt and Patience Tomlinson Director Nigel Bryant
Second Thoughts by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. Starring James Bolam as Bill and Lynda Bellingham as Faith. 2: Match of the Day
With Celia Imrie , Belinda Lang , Kelda Holmes and Mark Denham.
Producer Pete Atkin
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