A four-part series looking at the world of the expatriate cafe from the inside. Small and unassuming they may appear, but these are the places where exiles come to eat, share news, remember the homeland, forget the pain of separation and defuse the need to go home. 2: Mauricio Bonnett returns to Columbia, just off a rainy London street. Producer Mary Price
Joanna Pinnock presents a celebration of one of the greatest wildlife events - the dawn chorus - with tits, finches and thrushes in the back garden.
Producer Julian Hector. Repeated Sunday at
8.00pm. WRITE TO: The Natural History Programme. BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Tim Marlow views the bumper William Morris exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum and, as a new series raises the issue from next Monday on Radio 3, he considers Picasso's relationships with women. Producer Hilary Dunn
By Michael Carson. "That morning the English had been the friendly opponents. There were several English players whose pictures
Cormac kept on his wall as heroes. But that night the English were the enemies." Read by Niamh Cusack. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon Rpt
John finds an outlet.
Written by Peter Keny. Director Peter Leslie Wild. Editor Vanessa Whitbum. Rptd Mon
1.40pm. ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to [address removed]
Jonathan Dimbleby presents a topical discussion from Littleover in Derbyshire with panellists Ann Leslie , special correspondent for the Daily Mail; Dr Gerald Malone MP, Minister of State at the Department of Health; Professor David Marquand , Principal-Elect of Mansfield College, Oxford; and Dawn Primarolo MP, Shadow
Treasury spokesperson. Producer Nadine Grieve
Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
As darkness falls and we begin to yawn, what happens if we try to think about why we are falling asleep? What would happen if sleep didn't come and dreams were banished forever? An exploration of the latest research from the world of sleep. Producer Paula McGrath
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