Five reports on aspects of French life. 2: La Gastromonie. Will French cuisine survive the fast food onslaught? Ray Gosling visits a young caterer in Burgundy determined to preserve the old traditions... Producer Merilyn Harris
6: 1945. In the final episode, Gregory Dawson looks back on the summer before the First World War and tries to solve the mystery of Eva's death.
Music played by Les Brown. Tony Gamage and Laurence Rossi. Dramatised by Eric Pringle. Director Adrian Bean -
Lord Hamdean/Stanley Mervin:
Six classic mysteries by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
4: The Three Gables. Holmes calls upon the services of the tabloid press when a diplomat dies in Rome.
Violinist Leonard Friedman Dramatised by Peter Ling Director Enyd Williams
Senora Isadora Klein:
Michael Rosen presents Question Time - from the BBC Big Bash in Birmingham, where parents and children put questions about books and reading to Dr Barrie Wade , Reader in English in Education at the University of Birmingham and critic Wendy Cooling. Producer Jill Burridge
by Pat Cumper , read by Rudolph Walker. His eyes strayed to the bedside table, to where the keys lay gleaming. The urge to get them away from his wife and to be with "her" became overwhelming. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
Blue Genes. Jez Nelson escorts some very special tomatoes from the United States into Britain, in the course of finding out how much plant genetic engineers have achieved.
Producer Sue Broom. Rptd Sunday at 9.30pm
The first programme in a series which follows the careers and lives of young performers for four years after they each graduate from university. Gillian King's story begins in 1990 as she embarks on a post-graduate year at the Drama Studio in London. Her initial plan is to become an actress, perhaps with the RSC or in films. But acting work has been scarcer than usual in recent years and Gillian has found it difficult to get her big break. Producer Rosie Boulton
Two-and-a-Half Men in a Boat
From this year's Cheltenham Literary Festival, the novelist Nigel Williams reads from his tale of travel on the River Thames and tells what happened to the author, JP, and Badger the Lurcher.
The second of three programmes in which James McNeish looks back on his travels in the early 1960s.
An Atheist - but Not Quite. McNeish joins the crowds to hear the words of Cardinal Vyshinsky who, at the time, was banned from radio and television by the Communist authorities. For details see yesterday
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