Jenni Murray speaks to Tenzin Palmo about Diane Perry , the daughter of a fishmonger from London's East End, who has become a Buddhist legend and a champion of the right of women to attain spiritual enlightenment.
Drama: The Jury by Matthew Solon. Drama repeated at 7.45pm For details see Monday
Leslie Forbes investigates six crime writers and explores the landscapes of their novels. 4: William Mcllvanney Mcllvanney's brooding Glasgow detective, Jack Laidlaw sets out to investigate the death of his brother and uncovers serious crimes of compromise.
Producer Nigel Acheson Repeat
A six-part radio version of the novel by Sue Limb , starring Imelda Staunton as Izzy. 2: Tangled Webs with Sarah Doyle , Kerryann White.
Mark Monero , Sam Smart and members of the Anna Scher Theatre. Producer Richard Edith Repeat
Inventions and discoveries are subjected to quizzical investigation as chairman Chris Stuart is joined at the Science Museum by Professor Lewis Wolpert , Adam Hart-Davis and guests including Dr Len Fisher. Producer Aled Evans Repeat
Nigel Colborn , Pippa Greenwood and Roy Lancaster celebrate the 80th anniversary of the RAF as guests of RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire and an overseas air base. With chairman
Repeated from Sunday 2pm
Professor Anthony Clare presents the series on matters psychological and psychiatric. In this edition, he explores the family photo album and asks if such mementos really tell us the truth about our lives.
Producer Neil Trevithick
Rituals, traditions and conventions are under threat as Laurie Taylor invites his guests to think the unthinkable about society and the ideas that shape it. Producer Tom Alban
Simon Brett introduces the first of three programmes celebrating the life and career of Frank Muir , who died in January. With contributions from
Denis Norden , June Whitfield , Charles Maxwell and Bill Cotton. Producer Richard Edis Repeat
Michael Buerk chairs an investigation of the moral questions behind the news. Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley , Ian Hargreaves , David Starkey and David Cook. Producer David Coomes
Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
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