Warren Mitchell , Alf Garnett 's alter ego, tours his native North London and reveals why Karl Marx 's grave, the Kenwood estate and White Hart
Lane are close to his heart.
Producer John Byme. Rptd Sun 5.00pm
Jenny Murray 's guest is Kay Davies , Oxford University's first woman
Professor of Genetics. Short story: Maureen Beattie reads Fish out of Waterby Lynne Bryan -the second of two Scottish short stories from the collection, Looking for the Spark.
Joan of Arc turns Bond girl and Kipling's poem If gets an overhaul, in the latest round of the irreverent literary game. Ian McMillan asks for parody, wit and original handwriting from Dillie Keane , Mark Thomas ,
Roger McGough and Miles Kington. Producer Rob Ketteridge
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By Sean Gilbert.
An ornithological romance without the kisses. It's three in the morning.
James's car has broken down, and there is a Great Bustard he has to see in East Anglia.
Director David Hunter Rpt
Richard Baker talks to Philip McCann and Richard Evans about the current state of brass bands in the light of the changing climate of British industry that has supported the movement for so long.
Producer Andrew Mussett. Repeated Saturday at 11.00pm
With Daire Brehan.
Boom and bust in the oil industry has had a volatile effect on community relations on the Orkney island of Flotta. Editor Sharon Banoff
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By Beryl Eileen Roberts.
A husband and father makes his long-awaited homecoming from the war. But when he arrives, all illusions of renewed peace within the family are shattered.
Read by Menna Trussier.
Producer Caroline Sarll. Rptd next Sunday
Linda Mitchell discusses current issues affecting the lives of Black and Asian people in Britain and the diaspora. Producer Peter Griffiths
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News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Producer Dave Harvey
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Views of life in a European city through the eyes of one of its British residents. 2: Marseilles. Known for its violence, racism and local mafia, Marseilles is also passionate for football.
Julian Biggs tells David Lodge how he is now credited with introducing the locals to the noble sport of cricket. Producer Miriam Akhtar Rpt
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