To mark the International Year of the Family, Woman's Hour is profiling eight families from around the world, and today's programme features the second family visit.
To complement the interviews, Woman's Hour and Radio Times would like a photographic record of the families and photographer Sally Soames joins Jenni Murray to launch the Woman's Hour/Radio Times "Capture the World" photography competition - your chance to win a trip round the globe. Serial: Limestone and Clay (2)
COMPETITION: for information on how to enter, see next week's issue of Radio Times.
Frank Delaney is back with the programme about language that is what it says.
1: Talk Back in Anger. Abuse, invective and put-downs, this week's programme bares its teeth for a bit of bad-mouthing. Plus dotting the i's and crossing the t's - how you can join the first British National Dictation. Producer Simon Elmes
by David Self.
Public-school boarder Eddie goes missing in a stolen car. His poems give the school a clue to his state of mind.
Director Michael Fox
Det Sgt Latham:
by Herman Charles Bosman
Willem Prinsloo holds a homecoming party for his beautiful daughter. All the young men compete for her attention - but which of them will be lucky enough to receive her favour?
Read by Stratford Johns . Producer Rosemary Watts
The final episode of the political drama series written by Christopher Lee.
Producer Neil Cargill
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. With Peter White. QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS: phone [number removed] between 9.15pm and 10.15pm. FACTSHEET: send a large sae to [address removed]
On our 1 February page we mistakenly captioned a picture of Kingsley Amis, used to illustrate Radio 4's Mustn't Grumble, as the programme's presenter, Phillip Hodson. We apologlse to both parties and for any confusion caused.
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