Over the next five days. Sir Julian Critchley reads from his political memoirs, including his autobiography, A Bag of Boiled Sweets, and Collapse of Stout Party. 1: Having It So Good Producer Jonathan James Moore
Lorna Luft , daughter of Judy Garland , talks to Martha Kearney about growing up in one of Hollywood's most famous families. Postcards: Sunblock by GinnieHole. Part 1 of 5. Managing editor Nadine Grieve
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Broadway Lodge is a pioneer in the treatment of addictions, In this programme, counsellors, nurses, doctors and ex-patients talk openly of the strategies they employ. Presented by Chris M , himself a successful "graduate" of Broadway Lodge. Producer Ian Willox
Michael Bakewell's five-part dramatisation of the novel by Agatha Christie.
Hercule Poirot and Colonel Weston discover some possible reasons for the brutal murder of Arlena Marshall.
With Lindsey Fawcett, Sabina Franklyn, Iwan Thomas, John Hartley, Nicole Forbes, Susannah Corbett, Iain Glen and Gerard McDermott.
Rev Stephen Lane:
A new series of radio's award-winning antidote to panel games comes from the Theatre Royal in Windsor. Humphrey Lyttelton presides over regular panellists Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor , and special guest
Jeremy Hardy. Colin Sell is on the piano. Producer Jon Naismith. Repeated Sunday
By Ginnie Hole. Chalk-and-cheese sisters Kirstie and Zo spend a week tracing their family roots and reconciling their considerable differences. with Russell Boulter , Carl Grose. Sean Arnold. Gerard McDermott. Diana Berriman. Brian Parr and Jenny Lee. Director Marilyn Imrie Repeated from 10.45am
David McKittrick of The Independent talks to the politicians, journalists, staff and punters who have made Belfast's Europa Hotel, dubbed the most bombed hotel in Europe, a symbol of defiance reflecting more than just the political maelstrom of life in Northern Ireland. Producer Lynne McCadden
Charles Frazier 's bestselling novel, soon to be Anthony Minghella 's next film, is abridged in ten parts by Kati Nicholl and read by William Hootkins. 1: Inman, badly wounded in the American Civil War, begins the long journey home.
Producer Jill Waters
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