Jenni Murray is joined by Oscar-winning actor Jack Nicholson who talks about As Good as It Gets, the Oscar-nominated romantic comedy.
Serial: Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, abridged in 20 parts by Doreen Estall, read by Juliet Stevenson. Part 1
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By Janet George. Theatre-mad supermarket assistant Janice finds that the stars in her eyes lose their twinkle when she gets a work placement in her local theatre. with Dave Hill , Sandra Maitland , Bernard Padden , Terrance Mann , John Jardine and Holly Grainger. Music composed by Tim Browne , performed by the Composer, Colin Beckett and Christian Loyal. Director Nandita Ghose
Lynne Walker reads
Stephen Johnson 's biography of Anton Bruckner and talks to Bryn Terfel about the National Film Theatre's season of Rodgers and Hammerstein films. Producer Chris Eldon Lee Revised repeat at 9.30pm
By Richard Cameron. Sal is dying in hospital, George is a retired teacher trying to recover his past, and Billy is finding his first love. Heaven's Walk is where they all find paradise. with Jo Kendall , Jenny Lee , Anthony Lewis ,
Jenny Popplewell , Leigh Harris , Oliver Pearce. Samantha Morris , Nicola Cannon, Patrick Clibbens , Susan Cookson , Seamus O'Neil. Olwen May, Carolyn Jones , Rachei Atkins , John Rowe. Gerard McDermott and Alison Pettitt. Director Janet Whitaker
The second of two documentaries following Mukti Jain Campion as she takes her children to the homes of their two grandmothers - one a rural village in India, the other a crofting community in the Scottish Highlands. Music Nick Sargent. Producers Mukti Jain Campion and Chris Eldon Lee Repeat
Prosper Merimee's story about love and revenge in the Corsican mountains. Translated by Nicholas Jotcham , abridged by Ruth Petrie , read in seven episodes by Mark Straker. Part 1. Producer Duncan Minshull
The last episode of Elizabeth Baines 's moody, evocative drama in three parts. Sugar Baby. Pregnant Ellie is "rescued" by Zol from the clutches of the medical profession. with Jane Hollowood , Paul Oldham , Melissa Sinden , Christine Parle. Vincent Davies , Ben Frain and Christian Newton. Music composed by Paul Cargill. Director Diane Whitley
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