Commentary from Old Trafford on the fifth and final day's play of the Third Test by Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin -Jenkins and Bryan Waddle. Including at
1.00 The World at One as FM
Producer Peter Baxter
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by Antony Keary , based on a story by W J Locke. When his unusual teaching methods get him thrown out of his job as French master at a girls' school, Aristide Pujol seems to be down on his luck. But, for someone with a sense of romance like Monsieur Pujol , the bleakest situation can turn into an adventure. Director Lucy Hackney
Paul Vaughan talks to Guyanese poet Fred D'Aguiar , whose first novel, The Longest Memory, is published this week, and he meets one of Britain's most influential potters, Elizabeth Fritsch. Producer Adrian Washboume (Revised repeat 9.30pm)
by Barbara Pym , dramatised in six parts by Elizabeth Proud , the sequel to Crampton Hodnet.
1: A Casserole of Hearts. The year is 1947. The fearsome Miss Doggett and her mousy companion Jessie Morrow are now settled in the country. There they meet Jane Cleveland , the daffy wife of the local vicar. Producer Sioned Wiliam
The BBC broadcasts news 24 hours a day. But where does all this news come from?
Alun Lewis looks at the complex web of news services that cover the globe and discovers how the increasing speed with which news is transmitted affects those who make it and those who are in it.
Producer Peter Croasdale
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