A six-part series in which travel journalists visit their favourite off-season holiday destinations. 3: Shetland. Britain's last outpost. the Shetland islands, were the "out of season" destination of Joe Little Tibbetts, who made the journey from Lerwick to Muckle Flugga - together with a lost albatross. Producer Sara Jane Hall. Rptd Sun 5.00pm
By Martyn Wade. A personal view of Anthony Trollope 's life and work - and the world he created in his novel series The Barsetshire Chronicles - through the novelist's own words. With Martin Jarvis as Anthony Trollope.
Director David Hitchinson Rpt
Second of a six-part series in which international musicians choose and discuss music describing the character and spirit of their native countries. This week, the pianist
Emanuel Ax , who has lived in the USA since childhood.
Producer Gwen Hughes
With Daire Brehan. Steve Nallon 's just bought his first hat- but he's a worried man. Does it automatically qualify him for middle age? Editor Sharon Banoff
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It's back - Britain's number one cause of office rage - the fully re-engineered, benchmarked, delayered, rightsized, hot-desked, total quality managed business quiz for the 90s. With chairman Nigel Cassidy and panel Paul Burden , Greg Dyke ,
Howard Hodgson and Alastair Ross Goobey. Producer Neil Koenig
A Web of Words. How do adult English speakers remember a vocabulary of around 50,000 words? In the fourth of herfive lectures,
Professor Jean Aitchison unravels the vast interconnected web of vocabulary and explores how words are stored. Producer Tessa Watt
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