Dr Charlie Clarke 's three-part account of an expedition earlier this year to remote Tibet - and the world's last great unexplored mountain range. Part 1. Readings by John Shrapnel. Producer Susan Marling. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Professor Anthony Clare returns with the magazine programme which investigates matters psychological and psychiatric. This edition looks at the role of cognitive therapy in mental health.
Producer Constance St Louis
Repeated Sunday 10.15pm
Paul Vaughan hears reviews of two literary thrillers - PD James 's new novel, in which Inspector Dalgliesh and his team investigate the murder of a QC, and Martin Amis 's
Night Train, which examines the world of American cops. Revised repeat at 9.30pm
By Eilis Ni Dhuibhne , read by Stella McCusker.
A sophisticated and intellectual woman begins to have feelings of guilt and embarrassment about neglecting her mentally retarded aunt. Producer Myrtle Johnston
By Graham Greene , dramatised in five parts by Rene Basilico. Starring and 1: A London crematorium ... and a meeting that will transform the life of a retired suburban bank manager. with Alex Lowe. Music by Jim Parker Producer John Fawcett Wilson Repeat
Det Sgt Sparrow:
Dylan Winter takes his ageing horse Molly for a final, nostalgic ride and reflects on previous hacks along Offa's Dyke and the Oregon Trail, and on dragging a 70-foot cargo boat along the English canal system. Producer Brian King
David Neil Lodge presents the last of the series in which British residents of six European cities share their views of life. Reykjavik
Icelanders are having to share their little oasis with increasing numbers of foreigners. Reykjavik now sports a one-street Chinatown, as well as a sizeable British population who lost their hearts to the island and its strong-minded inhabitants. Producer Vibeke Venema Repeat
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