The programme that deals with matters psychological and psychiatric. Professor Anthony Clare hears about a new psychometric instrument capable of identifying young people at risk from substance abuse.
Producer Bruce Whitney-Low Repeated Sunday 10.15pm
Six programmes in which
Russell Davies explores words and the way we speak.
3: Already, So Soon, My Life
This programme wraps up warm, takes a mouthful of chicken soup and explores the Jewish joke. And, a plague on both your houses: the art of obloquy.
Producer Emma Kingsley
The sixth of eight programmes.
John Walsh wonders at the British reluctance to read contemporary translations, and Alain de Botton explains how Proust can change your life.
Repeated from Sunday 11.45am
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa is one of the most famous singers of our time. In this last programme, she talks to June Knox-Mawer about the professional challenges and private rewards of growing older. She also speaks enthusiastically about her freedom to move from operatic arias right across to the best of Broadway, and recalls with special pleasure the electrifying Bernstein recording of his own West Side Story.
Producer Derek Drescher Repeat
Dame Kiri Te
A six-part drama by Simon Brett.
Starring Rosemary Leach as Anna, Nicola Pagett as Victoria, and Celia Imrie as Charlotte.
5: Not a Leg to Stand On. Anna's broken leg makes her the unwilling object of Victoria's bedside manner.
Eddie JAMES GREENE Producer Ann Jobson Repeat
A four-part series in which GP
Dr Gillian Rice explores human sexual behaviour in a new light.
3: Pink or Blue? In attempting to determine the sex of their babies, many people try diets or timing of intercourse, or even visit sex-selection clinics. But if technology does one day provide us with the opportunity to choose, what will the consequences be?
Producer Mary Colwell Repeat
The Ever-Decreasing Circle. The last of a three-part series.
The death of the king in 1952 was a watershed for the charmed circle in postwar Surrey. A life of khaki shorts and cricket teas was invaded by the modern world.
Producer Alastair Wilson Repeat
ByToni Cade Bambara , read by Lisa Bonet.
A young girl is repeatedly threatened by a boy at school. But when he is picked up by the police she suddenly realises who the real enemy is. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon Repeat
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