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7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
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By Madeleine Wickham , read by Patience Tomlinson. Amelia is a legal secretary ... or that's what her family think, until the tabloids publish photos of her, emerging naked from a lake with a famous pop star. Producer Christine Boar Repeat
Edi Stark returns with the magazine which delights in the glory of the garden. New regular contributor
Stephen Anderton exercises poetic licence with the daffodil; writer Anna Pavord reveals her spring passions; and Charles Stirton , director of the millennial National Botanic Garden of Wales, describes their progress. Producer Annie Malcolm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Barnack, Stamford, with Charles Kennedy , Liberal Democrat spokesman on European Union affairs; Dr Marjorie Mowlam , shadow Northern Ireland Secretary; Peter Lilley , Secretary of State for Social Security; and author Frederic Raphael. Producer Nadine Grieve
Repeated tomorrow 1.10pm
Five programmes which explore the way art and technology have intertwined over the past century of film.
4: Snakes, Funerals and 1.33-to-l
Director Fritz Lang once protested that widescreen was fit only for snakes and funerals, but Christopher Cook finds that film-makers have always sought to immerse their audiences in the total experience of cinema with new and improved screen processes. First broadcast on Radio 3
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