A series marking the 60th anniversary of the wartime evacuation of Britain's cities. 4: Scarecrows in the Rubble
After five years of separation from their parents, Britain's evacuees returned home. Presented by Charles Wheeler. Producer David Prest. Repeated at 9.30pm
Novelist John Bly joins Sheila McClennon to explain why we need to reunite masculine and feminine. Drama: Fire in the Heart- work by John Keats , adapted by Robin Brooks. Part 11 of 15. Editor Ruth Gardiner
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By Simone de Beauvoir , dramatised by and starring Diana Quick. Monica believes she has a happy marriage, until she discovers by chance that her husband is having an affair. with Juliet Praw. Director Sara Davies
The unique history of Britain tackles the story of our present century. Narrated by Anna Massey. Additional readings by Robert Powell. 6: 1906 - Corn Rakes, Traffic and the Moroccan Question Producer Pete Atkin
* Volumes One and Two of This Sceptred Isle 20th Century are available now on BBC Radio Collection cassettes and CDs. A complete boxed set of cassettes or CDs will be available from 4 October. The hardback book This Sceptred Isle 20th Century is published on 30 September by BBC Worldwide.
John Keats 's poems and letters, adapted and reconstructed by Robin Brooks , provide a fascinating and moving insight into the heart and mind of a great poet. Part 11 of 15. with Damian Lewis , Kelly Hunter.
Nicholas Murchie , John Webb , Lucy Robinson , Andrew Alston and Nigel Cooke. Director Clive Brill Repeated from 10.45am
A series in which Philip Short reports from China on the Long March of the thirties as history and as metaphor.
2: Marching for the People. He reaches Hunan Province and explores how Mao Tse-tung 's childhood and education helped shape 20th-century China. Producer Mary Price
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