A sitcom by award-winning writer Joe Turner.
Jack and Nicola are struggling to re-establish their father-daughter bond. When she breaks his favourite bowl, she worries that she might have broken something else.
The antiques quiz visits the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Presented by Lars Tharp. With expert help from Hugo Morley-Fletcher and Victoria Leatham.
Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Anne Bristow. Repeated Sunday 11pm
By George Brandt. Benvenuto Cellini 's Perseus Holding the Head of Medusa is one of the masterpieces of Renaissance sculpture. Drawing on Cellini's colourful autobiography, the play reveals the story of its creation. with Nick Moore , Paul B Davies. Sheila Hannon , Andrew Hitton , John Talfer and Professor Marcello Bellini. Director Sara Davies
Michael Rosen presents the programme about words and language. Morsels of Execration. A cornucopia of old
English words and phrases which may be best left forgotten or richly deserve a renaissance. Also a challenge to the assumption that our speech is drifting further into the mid- Atlantic. Producer Jane Ray
Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
The comedy series about a business set up to ban stress from people's lives by doing the worrying for them. This week, Toby Longworth and Niall Ashdown worry about setting up a business. With Joanna Brookes , Debra Stephenson , Simon Greenall and Lewis MacLeod. Producer Kathy Smith
Professor Roy Porter reconsiders the performance of some of the leading political figures of the 20th century by looking at their health. How dangerous was the world when
Reagan and Brezhnev held the reins of power in the 1980s? Producer Ian Bell Repeat
The European single currency has been launched this week. But it's not just about money. It is a major political step towards European integration. Gordon Brewer assesses the implications.
Producer Chris Bowlby
Geoffrey Hill 's epic poem is a hymn celebrating the English Midlands, from King Offa to Spaghetti Junction, adapted for radio by Jonathan Davidson. With Simon Russell-Beale , David Bradley , Sonia Ritter and the children of Counden Primary School, Coventry. Producer Tim Dee
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