Roy Wood , the shock-haired singer of 70s glam rock band Wizzard, proudly presents his own personal journey around Birmingham. He shares his enthusiasm for football, his memories of past glories in the Belfry, a little known rock venue, and his hopes for the future during recording sessions of his latest material. Producer John Byrne. Rptd Sunday 5pm
What happens when the mind can't accept the body it is in? Professor Anthony Clare examines the obstacles transsexuals face when changing their sex. And, on the day the world's health professionals focus on the wellbeing of the young, he asks whether children are seen but not heard by mental health experts. Producer Bruce Whitney Low Repeated Sunday at 10.15pm
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Russell Davies presents a six-part series exploring language, words and what lies between them.
4: TerminalSpeak. As our mouse clicks its way through the icons, we surf our way across the interface between the images on our computer screens and the language we see, speak and hear.
Producer Daniel Snowman
With Daire Brehan.
Both over 80, Babs and Evelyn Atkins still enjoy their lives on an isolated island off the Cornish coast.
Editor Sharon Banoff
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Paul Vaughan reads the long-suppressed last novel by French writer, philosopher and goalkeeper Albert Camus , and the tenor
Philip Langridge sings a selection of newly published folk songs arranged by Benjamin Britten.
Producer Robyn Read. Revisd rpt at 9.30pm
By Chris Banerji. "As a girl, I was called a Paki. Our father was Anglo-Indian, dark-skinned, like me. My brother was called a Nazi. Like our German mother, he had golden hair and the whitest skin." Read by Lesley Rooney. Producer Caroline Sarll
By Simon Brett. Starring Rosemary Leach as Anna, Nicola Pagett as Victoria and Celia Imrie as Charlotte.
2: Material Values. When Roger unexpectedly loses his job, he and Victoria are devastated while Emily and Charlotte are less than sympathetic.
Emily......LISA COLEMAN Producer Ann Jobson Rpt
Humans are emotional, unpredictable and vague. Technology is insensitive, single track and will respond to vague commands with a clear "Error".
Alun Lewis explores the latest research in how to get these two very different systems to communicate. Producer Toby Murcott
Six European travel writers make a personal exploration of our culture.
3: For the Love of It. The British spend large amounts of time on ostensibly frivolous activities. So thinks Polish-born writer Eva Hoffman.
Producer Kerry McGeever Rpt
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