Four audio diaries, each told from several points of view.
3: Frank has multiple sclerosis and his wife Florence gives him the 24-hour care he needs. They both need a break from the emotional stress of this demanding relationship, but how will they cope away from each other? Producer Mary Ward Lowery
Agatha Christie 's novel, dramatised in five parts by Michael Bakewell. Starring June Whitfield as Miss Marple. 1: The peace of a beautiful tropical island is shattered by the photograph of a murderer. with Jenny Lee. David King , Alison Pettitt , David Thorpe. Amanda Gordon. Anthony Ofoegbu and Iwan Thomas. Director Enyd Williams
By Rose Tremain. Emily Davison has a small, tragic place in British history as the woman who threw herself in front of the King's horse, Anmer, during the running of the 1913 Epsom Derby. Why did she do it? with Doreen Hepburn , Tessa Worsley. Melanie Hudson , Stephen Critchlow and John Turner Director Gordon House Repeat
King George V:
By Ruth Thomas , read by Sarah Collier. Muriel feels a mixture of irritation and guilt when she takes her overweight mother to a swimming session for the over-50s. Producer Pam Wardell
Repeated Sunday 12.30am Repeat
Pete McCarthy chairs the last round in the current series of the panel game for impressionists. With team captains Alistair McGowan and Steve Nallon and their guests Phil Cornwell and Lewis Macleod.
Producer Chris Lang
Lawrence Westgaph was born 21 years ago in Liverpool - a city that would be nothing but a small fishing village were it not for the highly profitable slave trade. Curious about the fate of his ancestors, Westgaph sets off from Merseyside for the slave forts of Ghana. It proves to be a journey that challenges his views of the nature of the slave trade. Producer Tony Phillips Repeat
Teachers on Trial
If good teachers are the key to raising standards, how can the government's new policies help schools to attract the good, motivate the mediocre and sack the bad?
Bethan Marshall asks how much can be achieved within current spending constraints and what lessons can be learnt from the independent sector. Producer Sheila Cook
Repeated Sunday 4.15pm
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A British writer exchanges letters with a European about an experience.
5: My Neighbour's Rooster. Duncan McLean shares the pleasures of his remote lifestyle in the Orkney Islands with Katja Behrens , who lives in the hilly countryside south of Frankfurt. Producer Tessa Watt
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