Simon Fanshawe surfs the airwaves of other countries.
3: Love Is in the Air. Desperate and dateless, lonely hearts, emotional counsellors and sex therapists. Plus the station that refuses to play songs with love or sex in the lyrics.
Producer Miriam Akhtar. Rptd Sun at 6.15pm
Puffins, chimps, woodlice and lizards - who would you kick out of the basket of a sinking balloon? In this wildlife debate, the birds, mammals, insects and reptiles argue for the right to survive.
Presented by Joanna Pinnock.
Producer Grant Sonnex. Rptd Sunday 8.00pm
Dramatised in six episodes by Neville Smith. Pepys's Diary gives a very personal insight into the life of a young man full of ambition and virility.
Repeated from New Year's Day 2.30pm
James, Duke of York:
Sir George Carteret:
Sir William Batten:
Sir William Penn:
Reviews the Taboos
5: Sex. Last but not least, Tim Marlow and guests discuss how sex has been covered by the arts in the last 21 years, from Tippett's Knot Garden to Robert Mapplethorpe 's photographs. Producer John Boundy
by Ilona van Mil. Freewheeling Frank Adams - ex member of the Hell's
Angels - has chosen a different sphere of orbit. But as Reverend Adams , he yearns to bring the other Angels back into the fold. Read by Andy Hockley. Producer Rosemary Watts Rpt
Debbie's got her hands full.
Written by Simon Frith. Director Vanessa Whitburn. Rptd tomorrow 1.40pm
ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to
Kamlesh Bahl , chair of the Equal
Opportunities Commission, Tony Banks MP, Gerald Malone MP, Health Minister, and Charles Moore , editor of the Sunday Telegraph tackie the isues raised in Leicester. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Nick Utechtn. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
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