Paul Vaughan reads Babel Tower - A S Byatt's novel set in the sixties, sees Simon Gray 's play Simply
Disconnected and talks to the new
British tenor Ian Bostridge. Producer John Boundy Revised repeat 9.30pm
Elizabeth Proud's six-part dramatisation of Barbara Pym 's novel. 4: Mr Mold has a surprising proposition for Harriet. Belinda's dreams nearly come true. But Agatha will soon be back, and what then?
Singers Harvey Brough. Phyllida Hancock and Mary Lincoln
Director of music by Malcolm McKee Producer Sioned William Rpt
The future of the mass media is in narrowcasting: specialist broadcasting for special interest groups. But advertisers want their message to reach as many people as possible. Alun Lewis asks whether these two conflicting interests can be reconciled. Producer Toby Murcott
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2: Caro travels to England and a chance meeting with Robin Meredith , who offers her the safe place under "an unbreathing English sky" she believes she is searching for. For details see yesterday
Russell Davies presents six programmes about words and the way we speak.
5: Blootered. This week, he samples the language of drunkenness North and South, and Loyd Grossman reveals the winners of the menu competition. Producer Cathy Drysdale Rpt
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