Diana Madill presents a seven-part series that focuses on people facing personal and professional challenges. 4: Malcolm MacClean and Theo Dorgan, who are working on a contemporary version of The Book of Kells.
Producers Dymphna Flynn and Joy Hatwood Repeated at 9.30pm
Jonathan Glancey tells five stories of extraordinary architectural relationships - and the fruits of that collaboration. 3: Vanbrugh and Hawksmoor: Castle Howard. A tale of a flamboyant well-born playwright whose unlikely partnership with a humble architect produced a masterpiece. Producer Rebecca Nicholson
England v New Zealand
The Fourth Cornhill Test from the Oval.
Commentary on the first day's play from Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Christopher Martin-Jenkins . Scorer Bill Frindell. Including at 1.00* News 'Approximate times
Kenneth Baker , Lord Baker of Dorking, takes a tour of the best-loved Gilbert and Sullivan operas and discovers that WS Gilbert was a sharp satirist of contemporary Victorian life and politics. The Ruler of the Queen's
Navee who had never been to sea and the Modern Major General were based on real people.
Producer Dave Batchelor
Tanika Gupta 's drama for all the family. A year after her mother's death, 14-year-old Sharmila prefers to escape into a world of Hindu myth and legend rather than confront her guilt and pain. with Lyndam Gregory. Amanda Gordon and Akbar Kurtha
Director Pam Fraser Solomon Repeat
4: A Shocking Accident by Graham Greene. Bad news is hard to cope with. But, as Jerome discovers when called to his housemaster's study, it is even harder when the news is ridiculous as well. Read by Crawford Logan. Producer David Jackson Young
Michael Rosen presents the programme about English and the way we speak. 5: Backpackers GOOD, Tourists BAD. A rough guide to the cultural baggage of the holidaymaker. And, can language really make a dull plant sound interesting?
Producer Emma-Louise Williams
Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
A four-part comedy by Julie Balloo and Jenny Eclair.
2: Ron announces a change of direction in his professional life, but Corinne becomes convinced that he is being unfaithful. with Anthony Best and Julie Balloo Producer Helen Williams
Over the last 5,000 years farmers have ploughed the British landscape. In the last 50 years they have been blamed for destroying it. Jules Petty looks back over the transformations in agriculture this century to see how we have arrived at our current state of crisis.
In a four-part series, Anna Ford tells the story of 20th-century women.
2: Clever. How education did not in itself bring women glittering prizes, and the obstacles that stood in the way. Editor Gwyneth Williams
Hothouse Flowers. Alun Lewis discovers how high technology is the secret of creating the perfect bouquet of flowers at whatever time it is needed, anywhere in the world.
Producers Paul Arnold and Helen Sharp E-MAIL: [address removed]
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