A seven-part series following life on campus during nine eventful months at the University of Warwick.
4: Water fights, revision and strange aromatic smells in the student halls of residence. Today's episode captures the tension of both the staff and the students as they gear up for the impending end-of-year examinations. Senior tutor Tom Stone is heading a team of counsellors that helps students combat their examination nerves.
Producer Brian King
The conclusion of Agatha Christie 's celebrated mystery dramatised by Michael Bakewell. Poirot's holiday has become a hideous nightmare. with Shirley Dixon , Teresa Gallagher , Robert Portal , Irene Sutcliffe , Roger May , Emma Woodvine and Keith Drinkel Director Enyd Williams
Jacqueline de Bellefort:
Paul Young plays Dr John Rae in Tom Pow 's new play for radio.
The foremost Arctic explorer of his day, Rae was involved in the search for Sir John Franklin , who was lost 150 years ago with 129 men while searching for the Northwest Passage. Yet Rae was the only significant person involved who was not honoured with a knighthood. The drama is set in Berstane House, where Rae has retired. Director Hamish Wilson
Last instalment of the comedy sketch series written and performed by Nick Golson and Tim de Jongh , with Peter Bradshaw and Sally Phillips. Patrick Allen once more essays the role of announcer, and the special guest is TV's very own Phillip Schofield. Producer Jon Naismith
A Little Aid from Their Friends
Britain spends about two billion pounds a year on foreign aid. But who does it help? Ngaire Woods asks whether aid does more harm than good, and whether countries should try harder to resolve their own problems.
Producer Jane Beresford Repeated Sunday 4.15pm
Sixteen years after independence, six residents of Zimbabwe reflect on their home and their history.
4: In a full life, Ganny has run a farm and owned a gold mine. From the veranda of her Mutare bungalow, she compares past and present. Producer Paul Dodgson
New plays by American writers.
1: Crazy Luck. In her first play for radio, Diana Amsterdam paints a graphic picture of a New York graffiti artist bedevilled by a death wish.
Director Martin Jenkins
A BBC/CBC co-production recorded in Toronto
Five travellers reflect on a journey, in conversation with Annette Kobak.
5: American writer Paul Bowles , who has lived in Tangier since the 1940s, remembers a key journey around North Africa which inspired his novel The Sheltering Sky Producer Kate McAII Repeat
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