Second episode in Christopher Lee 's six-part political drama. Producer Neil Cargill
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Serial: The Diaries of Sylvia Townsend Warner. Irene Sutcliffe reads the first of five episodes from the diary kept by the novelist from 1927 to her death in 1978. Editor Claire Harman. Abridged by Pat McLoughlin
by Barbara-Ann Villiers. After 40 years in a cold and silent marriage, Eleanor and Douglas feel they are waiting for somethingto allow them to speak about the past. With Lyndam Gregory and Nikki Jutti Director Lucy Hackney
A black comedy by Martin Davies.
4: Tactics. Father Benedict's tactics manual falls into enemy hands. Producer Richard Wilson
2: Hermione Gingold. "Ah yes, I remember it well." She had a voice of powdered glass in syrup, a lover 53 years her junior, and demonic wit. She was as bizarre in private as in public, but what was the true price of all that laughter? Producer Matt Thompson
The UK invests less than it used to, and less than many of its competitors.
Andrew Dilnot examines the implications for economic recovery, and asks whether the tax system and financial institutions should be changed to encourage investment.
Producer Nicola Meyrick (RepeatedSundayat4.15pm)
Final episode of William Boyd 's Booker Prize-winning novel. In East Africa the ludicrous campaign rages on. With Vivienne Rochester, Lyndam Gregory , Colin Pinney and Gareth Armstrong
Dramatised by John Peacock. Director Eoin O'Callaghan
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