The fourth of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people. John Cockhill's diary is a striking portrait of the experiences of a young man in the Second World War. Extracts read by Christian Rodska.
Producers Susan Breen and Martin Weitz
Five programmes about popular radio detectives. 3: Sexton Blake , the Other Baker Street Detective. Blake was an instant hit when he was made resident of Baker Street in the very month
Sherlock Holmes was "killed off". His career, like that of his faithful assistant, Tinker, spans 100 years. Producer Jon Rolph
Barry Took presents a revised version of the popular radio parlour game Twenty Questions. Regular team member Geoffrey Durham is joined by Frances Edmonds and Nigel Dempster. Written by Michael Dines. Producer Andy Aliffe
Samantha Bond stars as Alice Todd in Julia Stoneham 's three-part series. continuing the story of a group of Land Army girls during the Second World War. Part 2. with Elaine Claxton , Becky Hindley , Deborah McAndrew , Tilly Vosburgh , Rachel Lewis. Cathy Murphy , Bill Wallis , loan Meredith.
Sam Collings , David Jarvis , Dominic Taylor , Tessa Worsley , Janet Maw , Elaine Pyke and Joanna Monro. Producer Tracey Neale Repeat
By David Benedictus , read by Emma Fielding. When Deborah makes her recital debut, her sister Cecile is asked to turn the pages of the score - but she believes she should be the star. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon Repeated Sunday 12.30am
Most people think that global warming is due to the weather, but it is actually the oceans that hold the key to changes in our environment. Computer modelling has been used to investigate the past, monitor the present and predict future changes in our oceans. This programme looks at the science behind the models, how they work and who uses them. Presented by Guy Linley Adams. Producer Hugh O'Donnell
The Butter Factor The third of six new programmes from the comedy team of Gerard Foster , Dave Lamb , Gordon Southern, Tim Verrinder , Ben Ward and Richard Webb. On tonight's show, the Tiny Little Gay Man from New Zealand. Repeated from yesterday 6.30pm
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