Four writers celebrate an experience that brings them intense pleasure. 2: Secret River Bathing by Adam Thorpe. It is one thing to share one's passion for swimming naked in the hidden rivers of France, quite another to divulge the location. Producer Beaty Rubens
Introduced by Jenni Murray. In the fifties an ample bosom was the ultimate fashion accessory, but by the nineties the superwaif look had become the vogue. Kathleen Griffin looks at how breasts have fared in the 20th century.
Serial: Delicate Matters. Part 3. For details see Monday
Peter Kerry 's six-part comedy.
4: The annual festival of St Marcus brings a convoy of tourists to Paradise Island. However, the celebrations are marred by a mysterious illness, and the torchlit parade is threatened. with Jean Southern. Stephen Thirkeld and Niall Ashdown. Producer Kathy Smith
Final part of Tony Mulholland 's drama. 4: Crunch. The general election is but a few days away. with Hugh Ross. Michael Lumsden. Chris Quinn , Marian Kemmer and Kim Durham Director Brian Lighthill
Ten views of life in this century. 2: Kitchen Gods. Iva Chin Shue divides her time between three countries, her wonderful cooking and a career as a hypnotherapist.
Producers Sara Lloyd and Piers Plowright
Paul Gambaccini talks to the musician Herb Alpert as he begins a new tour. Plus reviews of the Kirov
Ballet in Don Quixote and the Spike Lee film Get on the Bus. Producer Jerome Weatherald Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Benjamin Britten 's War Requiem was given its world premiere as part of a festival celebrating Coventry's new cathedral. John Florance talks to conductor Meredith Davies , soprano Heather Harper , critic Donald Mitchell and others who witnessed this event.
Producer Rosie Boulton Repeat
Portrait of a Play
The theatre is booked, but the play has yet to be written. In just 12 sessions playwright Peter Mortimer works with a group of ten-year-olds from Allendale Middle School in the North Pennines to create, produce and perform a play. Producer Julia Shaw
A five-part series which explores the way scientific disciplines work together to illuminate fundamental questions. 4: Quentin Cooper talks to pioneers of nanotechnology about how the manipulation of materials, atom by atom, could transform the world.
Producer Julian Brown
Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
The last of a five-part comedy series by Bill Dare , starring Robert Duncan and Julia Hills. In a recent survey, sex was voted Britain's favourite activity-after eating, sleeping, ironing and emptying the bin. with Roger Blake , Mark Kilmurry , Sally Phillips and Dan Strauss. Music by Mark Burton Producer Pete Sinclair Repeat
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