Philip Franks reads the final extract from the autobiography of H E Bates. The World in Ripeness. Bates faces the challenge of writing a new novel based on his home county of Kent - With "perfick" success. For details see Monday
Last in a four-part series exploring the character of British birdsong over the course of a year as a backdrop to the life of field naturalist and Britain's longest-serving foreign secretary Edward Grey.
The Coming of Winter. As Grey retires to the Lords he is beset byfurthertragedy-two homes are destroyed by fire, his second wife dies and he loses his eyesight. Narrated by Anthony Hyde. Reader Julian Glover. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Last in a four-part comedy by Barry Grossman about the collision between the old and the new in the Jewish community of Hillfield.
The Rabbinical rivals are faced with the prospect of a closer relationship.
Rabbi Su Jacobs:
Rabbi Abraham Fine:
Roger Bolton airs your views on BBC radio programmes.
Producer Nick Utechin. WRITE TO: Feedback. PO Box 2100. London, W1A 1QT. FAX: [number removed]. PHONE: [number removed]. E-MAIL: [address removed] Repeated Sunday 8pm
Mike Walker , adapted from the correspondence of Henry and William James. "Dear Willy, we have been so long apartthat somehow it is difficult to recognise how much togetherwe are...."
Throughout their lives, often as not separated by the Atlantic ocean, the brothers James -one, a great novelist, the other, a great philosopher-wrote almost daily, intimate letters to one another. Here are the bowel movements, back pains, the death of their father and sister, impressions of Europe, news from America, books well received, books damned, envy, anger and love.
Director Tim Dee
Village Identity. Howard Stableford discovers how despite landfill sites, sewage works, industrial estates and intensive agriculture, communities in the commuter villages of Cleeve Prior in Worcestershire and Small Dole in West Sussex are fighting against the odds to protect the identity of their villages.
Producer Sandra Sykes. PHONE: [number removed]044 for a free booklet E-MAIL: [address removed]
David Aaronovitch invites celebrity guests to re-spin the week's news in the satirical panel game that delves into the shadowy world of spin doctors and media manipulation.
Producer Anthoy Lee. Repeated tomorrow 12.30pm
Things are looking up at Grange Farm.
Written by Peter Kerry. Director Alec Reid. Editor
Vanessa Whitburn. ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to [address removed]
Jonathan Dimbleby is joined at Repton School, Repton, Derby, by panellists including Margaret Beckett MP; Rene Carayol , IPC director; and Sir Brian Mawhinney.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
By Jan Hartman. Once a heart has been driven into exile and it becomes a fugitive heart, it may find its way home, but itwill never find itself at total peace again. A disparate group of exiles fleeing from the war in their homeland find common humanity in their shared experiences of life on the road.
Producer Catherine Bailey. Director Edward Hall
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