Five comic stories about London life by Charles Dickens, dramatised by Stephen Wyatt.
Mr Percy Noakes was a friend to all until the organisation of a river trip proved his undoing.
By Susan Stern. Amidst the chaos of a family weekend, Jayne stumbles upon a dark and little-known episode in York's rich history - the 12th-century massacre of the city's Jewish population. with Brigit Forsyth , Alison Darling , Terence Mann , Alan Brilly and Toby Andrews Director Toby Swift
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Peter Jeffrey. Additional readings by Denys Hawthorne. 136: The Death of George IV and the Start of Reform
Producer Pete Atkin Revised repeat
Nicholas Parsons is joined by Clement Freud , Fred MacAulay ,
Paul Merton and Graham Norton for radio's most devious panel game. Recorded at the King's Theatre, Glasgow.
Devised by Ian Messiter. Producer Chris Neill Repeated Sunday 12 noon
By Alessandro Baricco , translated by Guido Waldman and dramatised by Lavinia Murray in ten parts. A French silk merchant travels to Japan and falls in love with a woman whose voice he has never heard. Part 1. with David Burke , Togo Igawa , Megumi Shimanuki , Ioan Meredith .
Stephen Critchlow , Tracy Wiles and Ben Crowe. Music by the Fratelli Brothers. Director Marilyn Imrie Repeated from 10.45am
Tibbles, Rover and the Shaping of the British Countryside. Paul Evans argues that bird-eating pet cats and escaped beasts do not damage the countryside as much as lopsided views of nature which are encouraged by keeping pets. Producer Grant Sonnex
The last of four plays by Rob Gittens , set in Cardiff. The Taxi Driver's Tale. A new day is dawning in Cardiff, but events in Chris's life are less predictable. with Helen Griffin , Robert Harper , Eiry Thomas , Bill Bellamy and Erica Eirian Director Alison Hindell
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