Karl Chapman , Chief Executive of CRT
Group, argues that if we rethink our outdated education system, Britain could become the "teleworkshop of the world" in the 21st century.
Producer Jane Beresford. Rptd Sunday 7.30pm A transcript of this programme is available.
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The last of six episodes by A P Herbert. Queenery at Last. Jane and Ernest are back from their honeymoon.
With Neville Jason. Elaine Claxton and Don McCorkindale. Music by Elizabeth Parker Cellist Peter Esswood. Dramatised by Nick McCarty. Director Janet Whitaker
Mr Bryan ':
Sophie Grigson and panellists bookseller Clarissa Dickson-Wright and Nigel Slater of the Observer, join forces with special guest cheese expert Major Patrick Ranee to field food and cookery questions. A Partners in Sound production
Peter Sallis plays suburban wimp Alan Stamp in Sheila Goff 's new comedy.
Director David Hunter
P C Clyde:
D I Macinally:
Sarah Maguire with Valerie Bloom Tom Paulin and Don Paterson
Talk function, variety
All the forms of poetry.
And with his band Lemn Sissay -
Special commission - will have his say. Producer Julian May. Revised repeat 9.30pm
The much-acclaimed comedy series returns with a six programmes which stride purposefully through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues.
Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production
Six programmes using documentary evidence to review past events. 4: The Mandelstam File. Osip
Mandelstam, regarded as the greatest Russian poet of the 20th century, is believed to have died in the Siberian Gulag, but nobody is sure of the details. Oliver Walston goes to Siberia in an attempt to discover the truth. Producer Daniel Snowman
Whoever wins this month's German elections will lead Europe's most populous, richest, and, increasingly, its most self-confident state. David Sells asks what defines Germany's identity. Producer Ingrid Hassler. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
A six-part series by Steve Walker. 4: Venusian Sex Survey.
Donald Pleasence is Chaff, who, in the next millenium, finds humanity imperilled by the landing of Venusian octopus frogs.
Music arranged and performed by Neil Brand Director Eoin O'Callaghan
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In the late 40s. pianist Art Tatum was in danger of becoming a forgotten genius. The turning point was a concert put on in Los Angeles in 1949. Alun Morgan reports.
Producer Derek Drescher. First Broadcast Radio 3
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