The conclusion of a series following the progress of the Charter School in London. This week headteacher Pam Bowmaker prepares forthe first day of term, frantically pursuing architects and contractors who had promised to complete buildings on time. The experiment is being watched with interest by government officials and ministers. Producer Susan Mitchell
Mr Watkins Tottle. The concluding episode of Charles Dickens 's four comic tales, dramatised by Stephen Wyatt. All MrTottle wants is to enter the blessed state of matrimony, but the course of true love never did run smooth.
Director Sally Avens (R)
Another series of the antiques quiz presented by Lars Tharp. This programme comes from
Chatsworth in Derbyshire, known as the Palace of the Peak. An 18th-century treasure made by sailors held as prisoners of war in England is among the puzzles forthis week's panellists to solve. Producer Elizabeth Abrahams
- By Stephen Wakelam. A shy young clergyman arrives at a Cambridge college to find his life invaded by an eccentric and loveable character; a brilliant historian who has ceased to write, a great preacher who no longer preaches. By turns comic, warmhearted and moving, the play charts the development of an unusual and enduringfriendship.
Producer Catherine Bailey. Director John Burgess
3: A Wife Again! by Francine Pascal , read by Lorelei King. Alice believed that maturity, patience and trust were the special ingredients that made her second marriage a success - until she found evidence forcing herto take a closer look at "trust". For details see Monday
3: Office Society. Man's natural workplace is in and around the home. The office is a blip in history. Modern technology is helping to transform that functional space into a more social forum where we meet to create and share ideas. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylortalks to Amitai Etzioni , sociologist and former White House advisor, about his ground-breaking new book in which he investigates the meaning of the "Third Way". Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Panning for Rust. Howard Stabbleford travels to the North East to meet two ex-mining communities battling against pollution from closed-down mines. The biotechnology of the wetlands and the expertise ofthe University of Newcastle are bringing remarkable solutions to the villagers of Skinningrove in Cleveland and Quaking Houses in County Durham. Producer Sandra Sykes. PHONE: [number removed] for more information. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4 E-MAIL:email@example.com
A five-part comedy by Kay Stonham. 4: Jack the Lad. What happens when Jack, a rich and corrupt antiques dealer, gets a blow to the head and finds he can no longer be dishonest? How will this affect his family who loved him the way he was?
Producer Jane Berthoud (R)
Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear evidence and offer solutions to an issue of current concern. 4: Twelve Good Men and True Is the jury system delivering the best possible justice? With commissioners Marjorie Wallace , Trevor Phillips and Mark Wood.
Producer Helen Wilson. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
In 1519 Frank Canosa 's ancestors took part in a mass under a tree to celebrate the founding of Havana. In the first of a three-part series, he considers the enigma that is Cuba and what lies ahead for the only Communist country in the Western world. Producer Marina Salandy-Brown . Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Could a fighting spirit combat illness or speed up the healing of wounds? Scientists have long been sceptical of the idea that mere thoughts or emotions could have an impact on our health. Peter Evans examines new research which suggests that the mind could play a key role in influencing our immune system.
Producer Adrian Washbourne. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
James MacLoughlin 's six-part comedy drama charts the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough. 4: While attending the opening of the new
Millennium Block at Penwick Prison, Richard and Viveca get a taste of life at Her Majesty's pleasure.
Director Tracey Neale
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