Peterborough - one-time anonymous new town - has provided a new life for hundreds of thousands of Ugandan, Asian, Italian and Welsh people. Pat Beasley , having seen it all develop, guides us through his cosmopolitan home.
Producer Les Woodland. Rptd Sunday 5.00pm
Imagine what it would be like to win the National Lottery or to discuss symphonies with Mozart, to be psychoanalysed by Freud or painted by Van Gogh. Professor Anthony Clare investigates dream research in Britain and the US to find out how "creative sleeping" could revolutionise our future.
Producer Clare McGinn. Rptd tomorrow 7.45pm RADIO 4 HELPLINE: for free and confidential information and advice, call [number removed]
In Gillian Plowman 's haunting story set in Cornwall, Peter and Marie are on holiday when an accident plunges Marie into a nightmare.
Music composed and played by Anthea Gomez Director Sue Wilson
Robert Dawson Scott reads
David Lodge 's new novel Therapy about a TV sitcom writer in a mid-life crisis and reviews Video Positive at the Tate, Liverpool.
Producer Edwina Wolstencroft Revised repeat at 9.30pm
by Judith Cutler. "It was a longtime since I'd negotiated the perilous waters of a new relationship. My divorce from Tim wasn't absolute, and I still hurt after all his years of philandering." Read by Brigit Forsyth. Producer Gillian Hush
A six-part drama series about parliamentarians in and away from the corridors of power. 3: "There are days, Mary, when I really believe I've had enough. Perhaps it's time I resigned."
Written by Christopher Lee Producer Neil Cargill Rpt
A montage of stories and actuality in which people talk about why they left home and what they found. Whatever the reason for going, leaving home is one of life's most important steps, and we all do it. Happy, funny, poignant and sad, these human stories reflect the life of a nation.
Producer Lyn Champion. Rptd Sat 5.00pm
Instant global access to a vast range of services via the Internet is great until you try to pay. So this week
Alun Lewis looks at electronic money and asks if our cash is safe in cyberspace.
Producer Peter Croasdale
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