Jenni Murray with news, views and culture presented from a woman's point of view. Drama: Inner Voices. 3: The Horns of a Dilemma written and read by Carol Russell. Drama repeated at 7.45pm Jenni Murray 's Kind of Day: page 138
Gerry Northam presents thefinal programme following the progress of would-be chief constables through a six-month course for high-flyers at Bramshill Police College. This week, the Challenge Of leadership. Producer Liz Carney (R)
Simon Brett 's comedy follows the trials and tribulations of Rosie Burns and her event management company.
5: Survival of the Fittest. This week In Any Event hosts a management team-building course at a local hotel. It all goes well until the murder-mystery dinner prepared by Kate. Starring
Prunella Scales , Arabella Weir , Rebecca Callard , Duncan Preston , Annette Badland , Lee Simpson , Chris Pavlo and David Holt. Producer Maria Esposito
Author of the week Kingsley Amis tests the skills of Sebastian Faulks, John Walsh, Lynne Truss and Sue Limb in this edition of the literary quiz. Chairman James Walton provides the clues. Reader Beth Chalmers. Producer Dawn Ellis
The Dublin Mystery. Based on the stories of Baroness Orczy, dramatised by Michael Butt. A dying Dublin businessman appears to have settled his will, but revenge wreaks havoc in the family.
Director John Taylor
2: An extract from Anne Michaels 's haunting
Fugitive Pieces, read by Garrick Hagon (
Simon Gerrard in The Archers) in front of a live audience atthe Hay-on-Wye literary festival. This book became a bestseller afterthe prize judges rewarded it for its unforgettably intense power. For details see yesterday
3: Geoff Smith has been described as the human worm. He attempted to set a new world record for being buried alive by remaining for five months in a boxjust slightly biggerthan a coffin. He recalls the ups and downs of life six foot under. For details see Monday (R)
This week Laurie Taylor talks to Roger Graef , writer and visiting professor of communications studies at Oxford University, about his new book, which seeks to look at victims of crime in a new way. Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Fit for life, orfit for nothing- how much exercise should you take? Is it ever too late or too early to start? And as more and more people take up exercise, Dr Graham Easton looks at sports injuries and how to prevent them. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
By Jim Eldridge. 3: Runaway. As Sandra and Terry begin unwittingly to fall in love, Terryfaces a crisis of conscience and learns a bitter lesson.
Music played by Jacqueline Dankworth and Harvey Brough Director Marilyn Imrie (R)
Michael Buerk chairs an investigation of the moral questions behind the week's news.
Witnesses face cross-examination from
David Cook , Janet Daley , Ian Hargreaves and David Starkey. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Space: the Lost Dimension. Scientists believe that there may be a whole new dimension in space of which we are not even aware - a dimension beyond the three we are used to. The problem is howto find it. Peter Evans investigates. Producer Roland Pease. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Roger McGough presents a series looking at life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations.
4: This week he takes to the stage at the Bath Festival to introduce us to some of his more colourful friends and relations, accompanied by musician Andy Roberts. Producer Sara Davies
A comedy about a polar expedition written and performed by Paul Barnhill and Neil Warhurst. 4: Blood. Brian has frostbite in all the wrong places, Mark struggles to be poetic, and a rival expedition is catching them up.
Director Marion Nancarrow (R)
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