by Helen Harris. Concluding the ironic look at the lives of two women from totally different backgrounds who develop an uneasy friendship.
With Rose Hill and Elaine Claxton.
Abndged by Shelagh Stephenson Producer Eoin O'Callaghan
From the chapel of King's College, Aberdeen, with the Total Aberdeen
Youth Choir, led by the Rev Johnston McKay. Psalm 148; Praise to the Lord. the Almighty; Most Glorious Lord of life; Praise ye the Lord (Rutter). Director of Music Christopher Bell.
John Milton 's epic poem ofthe Fall of Man, abridged in 41 episodes.
1: The Fallen Angel Satan, exasperated in Hell. tries to gather support for war against God in Heaven.
Abndged by Adrian Mitchell. Music by Elizabeth Parker Director John Theocharis Rpt
Today the TUC unveils its proposals for maternity rights, but how realistic are such demands? With Emma Udwin.
Serial: Palladian. Part 5 of Elizabeth
Taylor's story, read by Sarah Badel. Abndged by Ann Rees Jones Editor Sally Feldman
The resident London team of Irene Thomas
and Eric Korn take on the team from Wales and the West, Jack Jones and Peter Stead , with Gordon Clough and Tony Quinton asking the questions. Producer Amanda Mares
by David Zane Mairowitz.
This story of an obsessive man was recorded on location in Avignon and Provence in France and Islington,
London. With his marriage on the rocks, he becomes obsessed with Petrarch, a medieval scholar and poet who fantasised about a girl called Laura.
With Luciana Castelucci
Director Richard Wortley Rpt
Natalie Wheen has news of this year's Booker Prize shortlist; her guest is the author Michele Roberts and there is a visit to a new sculpture park in Sussex.
Producer Abigail Appleton (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
The second of four programmes on the history of advice.
How to Find the Perfect Partner
Rosalind Miles discovers how to make the course of true love run smooth: how to flirt, how to choose the right kiss for the right occasion and how to be the perfect lover. Producer Miriam Akhtar
by Ariel Dorfman.
When Dr Roberto Miranda is invited to stay in a remote coastal cottage in Latin America, his presence reminds
Paulina Salas of her past - a past in which she was imprisoned and brutally tortured by a doctor who listened to Schubert. She seeks revenge as her husband Gerardo stands by, unsure of the truth of her memories, yet paralysed by the violence of her emotions.
Director Hilary Norrish
Previously broadcast on BBC World Service
Famous historical figures offer some surprising insights into their lives.
Cyrano de Bergarac, played by Andre Maranne refuses to talk about his nose but forsees the personal stereo. A Testbed production
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