The last of Collin Johnson 's drama series based on characters from his original Radio 4 play, broadcast last year. Capital Return. Home at last, how will Julius Hutch come to terms with the bank that made him rich? With Collin Jackson. Director Andy Jordan
Mrs Pauline Tone:
Introduced by Jenni Murray. When The Journals ofAnais Nin were first published, they were hailed both as a breakthrough in women's erotic writing, and derided as pornography. Kathleen Griffin reconsiders the author and her impact.
Serial: An Awfully Big Adventure (4) For details see Monday
This week, a half-baked flavourof the month of November 1948, cooked-up from a few old Radio Times back-issues and a slice off the BBC sound archives. Hosted by Rory McGrath with added flavourings from Jon Glover , Sally Grace and Peter Goodwright. Producer Kathy Smith
27 April 1995. South Africa is enjoying Constitution Day to celebrate the anniversary of the country's first democratic elections. A few days earlier, the exiled Ruth Mabuza -
McCleod and her youngest son, Chris, arrived in Johannesburg to prepare for the family's eventual return.
Recorded on location in and around
Johannesburg, Matthew Solon's story will be completed moments before going on air and will be broadcast from SAfm to Radio 4 via satellite.
Director John Dryden. A co-production with SAfm
by Sian James. "Sixteen and pregnant. Then I got pregnant again -this time twins. Rob's in prison fortheft, so now I have to live by shoplifting 'cos my giro won't stretch." Read by Erica Eirian. Producer Caroline Sarll
A four-part comedy series written by and starring Nick Ball as the unemployed son of a high-flying mother. With Louisa Rix as Mum,
Toby Longworth , Robert Harley and Julie Gibbs.
2:Families and How to Conceive ThemProducer Gareth Edwards
Anthony Howard looks at the reputations of five politicians whose ideas are at the heart of current political thinking. 3: Rab Butler : Artist of the Possible. His impact on the Conservative Party was profound and yet he missed out on being party leader not once, but twice.
Producer Mark Savage. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
Part 4 of the dramatisation of Patrick O'Brian 's best-selling
Napoleonic seafaring adventure.
With Peter Whitman , Russell Floyd , Margaret John. Danny Kanaber , Dominic Letts and Don McCorkindale. Dramatised by Roger Danes Music by Roger Danes and Trevor Allan Davies. Director Adrian Bean
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