Four haunting plays based on Joseph Conrad 's stories of the Malay Archipelago.
2: The Planter of Malata. In helping the woman he secretly loves to search for her lost betrothed, the mysterious Renouard leads her to the ghostly island of Malata. Dramatised by Sally Hedges. with Sandra Berkin , Peter Jeffrey. Tina Gray. Michael Tudor Barnes and Tim Potter. Music by Martin Allcock Director Nigel Bryant
By Leonora Brito. Grace sang in a trio in 1950s Cardiff. But while she stayed working in the cigar factory, it was Evelyn - who could not sing - who became a star. with Don Warrington. Lee Farley , Manon Edwards. Helen Griffin and Chris Griffiths Pianist Matthew Bailey
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Paul Allen checks out the first week of the Dublin Theatre Festival and, to mark National Poetry Day, he reviews 101 enduring poems and reflects on this year's Forward Prize for poetry. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Jon Ronson makes a highly personal journey to the sites of the Holocaust in Poland. He discovers a tourist industry in a society that is compelled - both by economics and by circumstances - to market its past tragedies. But where does remembrance end and exploitation begin?
Producer Cathie Mahoney Repeat
Do we own our privacy? If so, can it be bought and sold? Invasions of privacy by paparazzi have captured headlines, but privacy matters to everyone in one way or another.
Frances Cairncross asks what it is, why we value it, and whether there are new ways of protecting it. Producer Michael Blastland
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Radio 4: 8pm
The death of Diana, Princess of Wales, has reopened the debate about the need for new laws on privacy and how far such laws should go to protect individuals from unwanted prying. But while it's the activities of the paparazzi which have captured the headlines, more common-place threats to our privacy lie closer to home. By sifting the wealth of computerised data available to them. companies can build up a detailed profile of our lives. Such information is, they say, a valuable asset. Tonight, Frances Cairncross asks whether we should view our privacy in different ways and whether there is, in some cases, an argument for placing a financial price on it.
Six programmes in which a British writer exchanges letters about a shared obsession or experience with a "pen friend" elsewhere in Europe. 2: A Need for Speed. Novelist Hwee Hwee Tan exchanges e-mails with Marcel Moring in Rotterdam about their obsession with computers. Producer Tessa Watt
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