A six-part series in which travel writers visit their favourite off-season holiday destinations.
It's not just that Calle Eschegary is said to have more bars than the whole of Norway that keeps veteran travel writer Perrott Phillips returning to Madrid in winter. The "velasquez" winds open up a whole new range of attractions - from the eating of roast sucking pig, to the wearing of dramatic "sesena" capes.
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Romance and intrigue in the dog world get the blockbusting treatment in Anita Burgh's new novel. She joins Jenni Murray to talk about canine capers and Crufts. Serial: Seesaw(7) For details see yesterday
Another sparky exchange between Miles Kington and Edward Enfield, with guests Harry Enfield (relation) and Sue Limb (journalist). Among the topics under consideration are
Irishness, housewifery and stout trousers.
A Tony Staveacre production
Fourth 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 Welsh tenor
Producer Gwen Hughes
Indian author Rohinton Mistry discusses his major new novel A Fine Balance with Paul Vaughan.
Plus a special investigation into whether the Riverdance phenomenon can be replicated in Scotland. Producer Beaty Rubens
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
By James Finn Gamer. A politically correct, tongue-in-cheek take on an old (though definitely not ageist) tale, as Puss in Boots turns political advisor. Read by Eric Meyers. Producer Nandita Ghose Repeated next Sunday
A four-part series in which GP Dr Gillian Rice explores human sexual behaviour in a totally new light.
This programme looks at sex itself and uncovers some startling theories. By studying the behaviour of animals from blue tits to gorillas, evolutionary biologists present us with a thought-provoking interpretation of our love life.
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A six-part series on offbeat travel and unusual experience. 2: Making Waves. Presented by Tim Grundy. Today's reports include the giant waves ofThurso and the Grand Canyon, and a hairdresser in Ghana. Producer Noah Richler Rpt
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