Campaigningjournalist Marjorie Wallace is head of SANE, the organisation for the support of schizophrenics and their carers. She chooses her favourite pieces of writing, which are read by Anna Massey and Tim Pigott-Smith . Producer Sara Davies
To mark the BBC's 75th anniversary, the first of five programmes looking back at life in 1922. John Reith applies for the post of general manager with a new radio company. It is a time of rising hemlines and rising unemployment, cinema is booming and it is the beginning of the Jazz Age. Producers Susan Greenhalgh and Bob Dickinson. Series editor Lindsay Leonard
Introduced by Jenni Murray. The homemaking skills of Karin Larsson , captured at the turn of the century in the paintings of her husband Carl, earned the couple the reputation of being the creators of Swedish style.
This programme looks at their lasting impact on modern interior design in Scandinavia and Europe.
Serial: Angel by Anita Mason , read by Barbara Flynn , abridged in 12 parts by Jane Marshall. Part 11. Managing editor Nadine Grieve
Beatrice Colin's play is set in the late 1960s at the height of flower power and the Apollo space missions. A young man from Oban comes to the big city for a job and meets a girl who sends his passions into orbit.
Director Patrick Rayner Repeat
Lynne Walker talks to David Haig about his new play about Kipling, and considers what happens to a piece of classical music after the premiere - is it ever heard again?
Producer Mohit Bakaya. Rvsd repeat at 9.30pm
By Patrick Skene Catling , read by David Kelly. Kevin and Brigitta decide to leave the United States and retire to Ireland, but things do not turn out quite as they had planned. Producer Myrtle Johnston
By Geoffrey Beevers. Jude gives up all his possessions to work with the homeless. In an uncertain world he wants moral certainty. His wife suspects there is another woman. with Gerard McDermott , Rachel Atkins , Alastair Danson and Sarah Rice Director Claire Grove
The series which explores the world of colour. Greens Are Good for You
Narrated by Fenella Fielding and Michael Fenton-Stevens .
Written by Annette Kobak. Music by Will Gregory Producer Kate McAII Repeat
Christopher Fitz-Simon 's four-part comedy drama series set in Ballylenon, Co Donegal. 1: Conditions should be fine for the tidy villages competition, but opinions differ as to how the funds should be raised. with TP McKenna, Gerard McScorley , Charlie Bonner
, Aine McCartney and John Hewitt Director Eoin O'Callaghan Repeat
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