Six audio diaries in which people document how they attempted to change their lives.
2: Pat and Edward. Kindly grandparents decide to up sticks and move to Ireland with five cats, two dogs and Snowy the goat. Producer Jane Ray
In a special programme from Leasowes High School and Community College in the West Midlands, Jenni Murray discovers how far schools are benefiting from new technology. She is joined by Dr Sadie Plant , research fellow at Warwick University, Dr Jean Underwood , lecturer in education at Leicester University, and pupils, parents and teachers.
Serial: Delicate Matters (7) For details see Monday
Tim Marlow sees the first night of William Golding 's Lord of the Flies in Nigei Williams's new adaptation at Stratford. Plus an exhibition of 16 artists from Ireland: Poetic Land-
Producer Mohit Bakaya
Joe wants it on a plate.
Written by Mary Cutler. Director Peter Leslie Wild EditorVanessa Whitbum. Rptd Mon 1.40pm ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to [address removed]
Newsnight's Sue Cameron chairs the summer series of topical debates.
Tonight's edition from York examines the role of the church in modern society with special guest Dr John Habgood , Archbishop of York.
Producer Ian Gilvear. Rptd Saturday 1.10pm
Four travellers explore different parts of the world.
Queer Fish in Mullet Lake. Matthew Sweeney casts a poet's eye over the Great Lakes area of northern Michigan and meets some of the characters who populate this strange landscape. Producer Kate McAII
Comic Mark Steel returns for a new four-part series of alternative solutions to our everyday problems. This week, sexual politics. Written and performed by Mark Steel and Pete Sinclair , with Kim Wall and Maria McErlane.
Producer Phil Clarke. Rptd tomorrow 6.25pm
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