2: Aged 62 and retired, Mary Stewart is travelling alone from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. On her way to El Paso, Mexico, she dips her big toe in the Rio Grande, but she is still far from her foster child in Ecuador. Producer Gwyn Richards
Richard Baker talks to Humphrey Carpenter and Carole Rosen , authors of books on Benjamin Britten and the Goossens family respectively, to find out how much you can learn about a composer's music by writing a biography. Producer Ray Abbott
West indies v England
Commentary on the fourth day's play in the Fourth Test from the Kensington Oval, Barbados, by Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin-Jenkins , Peter Baxter and Vic Marks. With expert comment from Trevor Bailey and Everton Weekes. Including at 5.00 PM as FM
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John Godber 's Passion Killers opens at the new Hull Truck Theatre. And Quentin Cooper investigates why fear is such a potent force for writers - and readers. Producer Lore Windemuth (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
When were you last involved in fraud? In a four-part series Margaret Percy explores the world of deception and detection. 1: Credit card and cheque book fraud are controlled by major criminal networks. The police watch, chase and swoop. Producer Brian King
3: Altered States. When Aldous Huxley wrote about his mescalin experiences in The Doors of Perception, he raised the curtain on the modern drugs age. Altered states have since been explored by a wide range of cult authors. Producer Martin Buckley
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