John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew and Geoffrey Smith answer questions posed by gardeners from Belfast. With chairman Eric Robson. Repeated from Sunday 2pm
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Five Victorian mysteries by Wilkie Collins , dramatised by John Arden. 4: Miss Bertha and the Yankee. An
Englishman and an American are rivals for the affections of a beautiful heiress. with Jenny Lee. David Timison , David Jaris and loan Meredith. Pianist Colin Guthrie Director David Blount
A three-part series by award-winning writer Mark Davies Markham.
Paula Young has been shot at in a bank raid and suspects that her ex-boyfriend Tony is involved. with Vincent Davies , Ian Dunn ,
Becky Hindley , Stephen Thorne. Natasha Pyne , Gerard McDermott , Alison Pettitt , Iwan Thomas and Carolyn Jones
Written by Vince Foxall. Director Claire Grove
Six teachers nominated by BBC Radio 4 listeners have allowed microphones into their classrooms. 3: Biology teacher Elizabeth Pollack and her GCSE class from Whitley Bay High School, Newcastle, look at the workings of the eye.
Producer John Dryden Revised repeat
The second of two programmes in which Anthony Howard draws on the secret tapes made by President
Kennedy to tell the inside story of what went on in the White House during the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. Actors Ed Bishop, John Guerrasio , Bill Roberts , Kerry Shale , Bob Sherman , Colin Stinton and John Turner re-create the dramas in the Oval office. Producer Mark Savage
A series of documentary dramas revealing the inside stories of four eminent Victorian partnerships.
3: Carlyle's Silent Room. The life of the great historian Thomas Carlyle was utterly changed by the discovery of his wife's diary. Written by Michael Butt. with Kim Wall , Stephen Critchlow and Joseph Swash. Director Penny Gold Repeat
Jane Welsh Carlyle:
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