1: Hispanidad. Spain is a serious player in international affairs, and its people pride themselves on their modem outlook. But it wasn't always so. Ray Gosling asks what it means to be Spanish today and whether Spain looks towards Europe or Latin America. Producer Merilyn Harris Repeated Sunday at 5.00pm
50th Anniversary Week. Jenni Murray meets the novelist Margaret Drabble , whose new book, The Witch of Exmoor, is her first novel in five years. And listeners describe how Woman's
Hourchanged their lives.
Serial: Broadcasting a Life: the Autobiography of Olive Shapley(2) For details see yesterday
Daire Brehan with guests, topical discussion, and part one of Simon Calder 's Hitch-Hiker's Guide to
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Paul Vaughan meets
Jonathan Raban , who has been searching for the soul of modern America in his new book Bad Land. And what does
Thursday's National Poetry Day really hope to achieve?
Producer Adrian Washboume
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
A comedy in six parts by Janey Preger. 5: Morgan's attempts to turn the local radio station into nostalgic wireless with added crackle hits a snag when a soft-porn baron takes an interest.
Producer Richard Wilson Repeat
Alun Lewis presents the series about the information revolution.
Information is everything we see, hear, feel, touch or even taste.
Appearance can be just as important as content as Alun Lewis discovers how to make a bigger splash. Producer Toby Murcott
Last in the series in which well-known people talk about turbulent times in their careers.
Sir Edward du Cann. The once rich businessman and Tory grandee now can't afford to mend his car. John Humphrys
explores his fall from grace.
Producer Malcolm Love Repeat
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