Sue Lawley's castaway this week is the actor Donald Sutherland. His prolific film output includes such classics as MASH, Don't Look Now, Klute, The Invasion of the Body Snatchers and JFK. His private life has been turbulent but his son Keifer has chosen to follow in his footsteps. Repeated from Sunday 11.15am
Real cowboys still exist- running theircattle on the desperately poor lands which fringe the desert and the mountain ranges of the USA.
Dylan Winter spent a summer with the men from Pitchfork ranch in Wyoming and found that their way of life is coming under severe pressure, not from environmentalists but from big-game hunters. Producer Richard Sanders (R)
A six-part drama by Christopher Fitz-Simon .
Frances Butler has received a windfall from a deceased aunt in County Cork and thought her financial worries were over- until she discovered the truly unusual nature of her inheritance. Part 5.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy. producer Cathy Packe
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By Don Haworth. A humorous story of enterprise, aviation and friendship in a small Lancashire community in the last days of the thirties - a time when hope and innocence flourished, only to be shattered by the Second World War.
Narrated by Stephen Thorne , featuring Christian Rodska as Harold and with other parts played by Brigit Forsyth , Malcolm Hebden , Michael Begley and Geoffrey Banks. Director Polly Thomas
Michelin-starred master chef Raymond Blanc joins the interactive greengrocers Gregg Wallace and Charlie Hicks to talk vegetables and to chat with listeners.
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Food: page 37
The festival really starts to swing from today with thousands of music-lovers already on site. They explain how despite the mud or sunstroke, depending on the weather, Glastonbury has kept its original magic. Final part. For details see Monday
Shyama Perera looks at what is happening in the world of books, including a series of new editions of Virginia Woolf's novels. Plus Julia Eccleshare 's pick of the latest children's books. Repeated from Sunday 4pm
From Lord William's School in Thame,
Oxfordshire where chairman Jonathan Dimbleby isjoined by panellists including:
Michael Heseltine MP, Lord Forsyth and Estelle Morris MP. Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
By Mike Harris. The charismatic head of a failing school has a year to save it from closing. The struggle pits him against every social problem modern Britain has to offer and digs up demons from a past he thought he had safely buried long ago.
Director Clive Brill
Eleanor Oldroyd hosts the sports discussion from Amsterdam, with more on the Euro 2000 tournament and an examination of the Netherland's reputation as one of the world's most sophisticated football cultures. Plus Greg Brady 's diary of the competition. Producers Simon Crosse and Sean Fletcher
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