William Donaldson , author, impresario and wine bar philosopher is about to retire. Here he begins a four-part quest for a suitable haven. 1: Bournemouth. The tea dance, the fitness centre and the dapple-bottomed chorus girl. Producer Andrew Johnston
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Are you as old as you feel? Claudia Hammond investigates a theory that a person's real age isn't necessarily the same as the number of birthdays they have had. Short Story: the first of three readings from RoseTremain's Collected Short
Stories, abridged by Di Speirs.
Six ofW Somerset Maugham's short stories, dramatised by Neville Teller and narrated by Dirk Bogarde.
5: Facts of Life. Nicky is told not to gamble, lend money or see women. with Patience Tomlinson, Geoffrey Whitehead , David Collings , Stephen Critchlow , Denys Hawthorne. Roger May and Paul Jenkins Director Janet Whitaker
The final in a three-part series by Mark Davies Markham.
Beginning to See the Light. A threatening call tests Paula's integrity. with Tim Dantay. Jo-Anne Knowles , Roger May. Richard Tate and Caroline Strong. Director Michelle Matherson Frederick
Presented by Michael Rosen. At the Conference of the National Federation of Children's Book Groups, delegates debate issues affecting children's books and reading with publisher
David Lloyd and authors Gillian Cross and Bernard Ashley. Producer Jill Burridge
Paul Gambaccini reports on this week's cinema releases including
Small Faces - a tale of growing up in the shadow of gang violence in 1960s Glasgow. Plus a look back at the career of controversial director Pier Paolo
Pasolini whose films offended both Church and State in his native Italy. Producer Helen Garrison. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
A five-part series in which
Russell Stannard , Professor of Physics at the Open University and a Christian, explores where the worlds of science and faith meet, in conversation with scientists, philosophers and theologians.
1: God and the Cosmos. In the beginning, did God create the heavens and the earth? Producer Norman Winter
Last of the series of real-life dramas based on the casebook of American psychiatrist Irvin Yalom.
Dramatised by John Taylor.
Big Betty. Starring Henry Goodman as Dr Yalom and Julie Lawrence as Betty. A Fiction Factory production
11.00 Fab TV
Final part of the comedy series which pays homage to the cult action shows of the sixties and seventies.
I Am Not a Number. Written by and starring Neil Mullarkey and John Irwin , with Irina Brook , Chris England, Robert Harley and Lee Simpson.
Music by Richard Vranch. Producer Phil Clarke
A six-part comedy by Colin Swash. 5: The Oblivions learn foreplay. with Peter Serafinowicz , Carla Mendonca and Guy Witcher. Producer Richard Wilson Rpt
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