4: Le Cafe. Over 3,000 French cafes close every year. Ray Gosling investigates this phenomenon and asks if the French intellectual, so closely associated with cafe society. is in danger of becoming extinct. Producer Merilyn Hams
Sighs and yearnings, handsome strangers and dashing young heroines. Mary Cadogan explains to Jenni Murray why romantic fiction still makes hearts flutter and bosoms heave.
Serial: The Evening of Adam (2) For details see yesterday
Eight plays based on short stories by Rudyard Kipling , dramatised for radio by EdThomason.
2: Lispeth. India. 1886. While waiting for a delayed train, an English woman befriends an old Indian woman who tells her a tale of love and loss that has a terrible outcome.
Music Trevor Allan Davies Producer Adrian Bean
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The last of six classic mysteries starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
6: The Three Garridebs. Featuring Lou Hersch as John Garrideb and James Taylor as Nathan Garrideb.
Two men stand to inherit a fortune - but only if they can find a third person who shares their unusual surname.
Violinist Leonard Friedman Dramatised by David Ashton Director Patrick Rayner
Sir Arthur Conan
Brian Sibley on the latest from British director Mike Figgis : The Browning Version is his film adaptation of the Rattigan play starring Albert Finney and Greta Scacchi. Producer Sarah Barnett
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
The North, represented by Paul Barker and Margaret Lesser , face
Irene Thomas and Eric Korn - the London team - in a return match.
Gordon Clough and Tony Quinton ask the questions.
Repeated from Monday 12.25pm
The last programme in the series which follows the careers and lives of young performers for four years after they each graduate from university. Baritone Ashley Holland 's story begins in 1990 as he accepts his first job as an extra chorister with Scottish Opera. In the years that follow, he sets his sights on becoming a solo opera singer. The programme traces Ashley's journey towards his dream. Producer Rosie Boulton
with Magnus Magnusson.
2: Proletarian Palaces. "You have a bathroom, something that you never had before, you have a living room, bedroom, and with a little taste and a little money they can become ..." Repeated from Friday
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