Philip Sweeney discovers three great surviving dancehalls of Europe, where popular music and dance continue to pull punters on to the parquet. 1. Le Balajo, Paris. The last of the bals musette of the Bastille area. Producer SaraDavies(R)
The second episode in Christopher Fitz-Simon 's six-part drama. When Frances Butler receives a windfall from a deceased aunt in County Cork, she thinks herfinancial worries are over. But then she discovers the truly unusual nature of the legacy that awaits her. Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy. Producer Cathy Packe WRITE TO: Feedback. PO Box 2100, London, W1A 1QT FAX: [number removed]. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com. Repeated Sunday 8pm
Greengrocers Gregg Wallace and Charlie Hicks sample fruit and vegetables from around the world and take calls on how to grow, buy, cook and eat them. Producer Dixi Stewart. LINES OPEN from 1.30pm. PHONE: [number removed]. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. WRITE TO: Veg Talk, Room 6113, BBC Broadcasting House. London. W1A 1AA
5: One morning in May 1968 South African student John Schlapobersky was called out of a lecture. He never returned. He was arrested, tortured and put in solitary confinement. This time alone altered the direction of his life fore ver. For details see Monday (R)
News and reviews, including an interview with Wayne Johnston , one of Canada's foremost novelists, about his latest book, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams. Presented by Nick Revell. Repeated from Sunday 4pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined from Malvern Girls' School in Worcestershire, by panellists including Tom KingMP , Dr Caroline Lucas MEP and the Bishop of Worcester.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
Eleanor Oldroyd presents sports news and views from Trent Bridge following the day's play in the Second Test between England v Zimbabwe. And with the start of the Euro 2000 tournament just over a week away, a report from a country where England's footballers will receive some passionate support-the Mediterranean island Of Malta. Producer Simon Crosse
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