The first of six audio letters aimed at increasing understanding between different groups. The community of Holtsfield attempt to resolve a land dispute with solicitor and land owner Tim Jones. Producer Ronni Davis
The second of a six-part drama series by Meera Syal. Maz Mazoo gets an offer from a rival station and Madoona, the Asian Madonna , is intent on making her mark. Starring Meera Syal , Nina Wadia , Nitin Sawheny and Sanjeev Bhaskar. Music by Nitin Sawhney. Producer Liz Anstee
By Julia Stoneham. Samantha Bond stars as Alice Todd in the final part of the series. 3: Late summer, 1943.
Six months have passed and Alice and her son, Edward-John, have settled into their life at the Land Army hostel. But now Alice has arranged to meet her estranged husband to talk about the future. with David Jarvis. Eva Stuart. David Antrobus and Ian Masters. Director Tracey Neale Repeat
John Waite returns with a new series in which he and his team of investigators follow up listeners' complaints, from individual allegations of injustice to wider issues affecting the lives of ordinary people.
Editor Graham Ellis. Repeated tomorrow at
9.05am. WRITE TO: Face the Facts. BBC Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA
John Gribbin traverses the universe and explores some intriguing scientific conundrums in this five-part series.
3: The Mystery of the First Split Second Ideas about the first billion-billionth of a second after our universe was born. Music by Geoff Proudley. Producer Louise Dalziel. Repeated Sunday at 9.30pm
11.00 My Life as a Car
Phil Daniels stars in a six-part comedy series by Mark Wallington.
4: Grandma's receiving strange messages through the fillings of her teeth, and Barry's wife has some very special news. With Chris Jury, Chris Emmett, Sally Grace, Sarah Parkinson, Joanna Brookes, Melanie Hudson and Kim Wall.
Producer Jon Rolph
11.30 Desmond Olivier Dingle's Compleat Life and Works of William Shakespeare by Desmond Olivier Dingle
Desmond Olivier Dingle presents a six-part comedy series about the wonderful world of Shakespeare.
3: Brian Cox is invited by Desmond Oliver Dingle to run a masterclass on Shakespearean tragedy, with disastrous consequences. with Kevin Allen. Written by Patrick Barlow Producer Liz Anstee (Repeat)
Desmond Olivier Dingle:
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