Professor Chris Baines visits Chaddesley Woods ,
Worcestershire, in the company of a naturalist, an entomologist, a fungi lover and a forester, to find out what makes a good wood and whether the ideal can exist in an increasingly urban landscape.
Producer Kathryn Morrison Repeat
Peter Tinniswood 's six-part gentle comedy-drama series. 1: Next Time I'll Kiss Her. Roger is a writer of children's books. His wife, Julia, is in hospital. Life is not without its complications. with Shirley Dixon , Stephen Thome , Kate Binchy and Frances Jeater
Producer John Tydeman Repeat
Nigel Rees chairs a new series of the popular quiz involving the exchange of quotations and anecdotes. This week's guests are Michael Barratt , John Bird , Angela Huth and Richard Sisson. Reader Patricia Hughes. Producer Jo Clegg
By Jane Beeson. Three female friends are lent an idyllic cottage in rural France - no men, no children, no phones. All is perfect until Madge forgets the "no men" part of the arrangement. with Tessa Wojtczak and Olivier Pierre Director Janet Whitaker
Susan Greenfield presents a four-part series exploring the science behind some of the most important drugs ever created. Mood Makers. The last of the series examines anti-depressant drugs. Producer Rami Tzabar
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