Claire Jenkins takes a three-part look at what furniture can reveal about People's lives and personalities. 2: The Bath. A place for quiet contemplation and self-indulgence, or a sanctuary to share with friends, family and lovers? Producer Julia Shaw
Breaking Up. In the final episode of Neil McKay 's comedy drama series, the best laid plans go astray as relationships crack under the strain of home improvements and bad decisions. with James McMartin , Judith Davis. Keith Clifford and Andrea Huell Director Kate Rowland
The first in the series of four new comedies for Radio 4 is written by Janet Paisley and Graham McKenzie. A run-down dating agency seeks dynamic new owners. with Rnlay McLean , Molly Innes , Simon Tait and Joanne Bett. Director Patrick Rayner
Paul Gambaccini reviews director
Beeban Kidron 's new film and sees
Keanu Reeves in A Walk in the Clouds.
Plus a production of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes - on the radio!
Producer Jackie Christie. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
A seven-part series in which six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. In this introductory programme, Michael Buerk examines why James Cameron 's writing is so highly regarded. With readings by Studs Terkel and John Tusa. Producer Julian Wilkinson
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The Road to Byzantium. In November 1095, Pope Urban II launched the first Crusade to establish a Christian Jerusalem. In the first of two programmes, Fazlun Khalid , a Muslim, and Martin Palmer , a Christian, follow part of the Crusaders' route to Jerusalem.
Producer Norman Winter
Dieter Helm continues his provocative six-part analysis of British economic life. 4: From Marx to Micros. If we lack skills, why hasn't someone grasped the nettle of education and training? Producer Colin Wilde. Rptd Sun 9.00pm
11.00 Late Edition The fourth of six adult, satirical discussions on the week's news. Chaired by Kevin Day with regular guests Francis Wheen , Mark Steel , Linda Smith and Pete Bradshaw. Producer Phil Clarke
The adventures and characters created between the wars by the humourist J B Morton. With Richard Ingrams , John Wells , Joan Sims , John Sessions , Patricia Routledge , Brian Bowles , Simon Greenall , Henrietta Garden , June Whitfield and the voice of Brian Perkins. Adapted by Mike Barfield with Richard Ingrams. Producer Harry Thompson Rpt
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