Writer Linda Grant talks about Remind
Me Who I Am, Again, her account of her mother's mental deterioration as a victim of multi-infarct dementia.
With Jenni Murray. Postcards:
The Real Dennis Truelove. Part 4. Postcards repeated at 7.45pm
A six-part series of Lucy Rannery 's award-winning comedy. 3: Maria and Richard are getting to grips with a welcome new arrival - the nanny.
With Barbara Flynn , Patrick Barlow , Vivienne Rochester, Dave Lamb ,
Sarah Parkinson and Toby Longworth. Producer Liz Anstee
Repeated Sunday 8pm
Enigmatologist Chris Masianka invites fellow puzzlers to try to outwit each other with their best brain-teasers, riddles and logic problems. Producer Harry Parker. Send conundrums to: Puzzle Panel. Room 7058. BBC Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA Repeated Sunday llpm
Adapted and written by Kate Withers. The journals of John Skinner , who lived in the mining community of Camerton in Somerset between 1800 and 1839, are the basis for a dramatised feature about the village, past and present. with Cornelius Garrett and Jonathan Bonner Producer Sara Davies
We all experience pleasure and pain, but what can science tell us about the biological and psychological mechanisms they trigger?
Trevor Phillips and guests assess the latest research into these vital questions. Producer John Watkins
The last of three programmes in which Martin Wainwright investigates occasions when British people, driven beyond endurance, made their presence felt on the streets. 3: The Means-Test Protest Producer Anne Marie Cole
A four-part series of Paul Shearer and Richard Turner 's comedy drama about three not-so-young things sharing a flat. Starring Tony Slattery , Amanda Root and Paul Bigley.
3: Rain. David is terrified that the landlord will find out that he does not live alone.
With Janet Ellis , Debra Stephenson and Sue Elliot Nichols. Music by Pete Baikie Producer Claire Jones
Mouth Music and Big Song The second of two impressionistic portraits. In the past, Gaelic Islanders were exiled through war or clearance. On their return, they would celebrate the beautiful landscapes in the highly emotional Big Song. Music composed by Karen Wimhurst. Producer Helen Weinstein
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