Professor Anthony Clare talks to celebrated virtuoso percussionist Evelyn Glennie about the major influences on her remarkable life. See Sue Gaisford's choice on page 134. Shortened repeat from Sunday 11.15am
Architectural historian Lucinda Lambton presents a six-part series exploring some of our most stunning, but neglected, buildings and meets the people behind their fate.
3: The Amos Vale Cemetery in Bristol. Producer Karen Gregor
A comedy byTrish Cooke about a British-Caribbean family living in the North. Kiona Brown is black, beautiful and a single mum. She lives alone with her son, Joseph, who would like to find his mum a boyfriend and get her off his hands. When Paul, an old school friend of Kiona's turns up out of the blue, Joseph thinks his search might be over. But sparks fly round the family dinnertable when Paul meets Geoffrey, Kiona's ex and Joseph's father.
Director Pauline Harris
Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy. Producer Nick Utechin
WRITE TO: Feedback, PO Box 2100. London W1A 1QT FAX: [number removed]. PHONE: [number removed]
E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Jennifer Howarth. George Bernard Shaw and his favourite actress, Ellen Terry , exchanged intimate and revealing letters over a number of years without ever meeting face to face. When they eventually did meet, it was, perhaps, a little too late for both of them. uirector viv beeoy
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Incontinence. This little-discussed condition affects millions, although it is most common in women and the elderly. Sufferers may experience emotional as well as physical discomfort and many people isolate themselves for fear of ridicule. For expert advice call ore-mail Barbara Myers. Producer Alison Ayres. E-MAIL: email@example.com WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health/ LINES OPEN from 1.30pm
Charlie Lee Potter talks to award-winning children's writer Jacqueline Wilson - known fortackling difficult subjects - about Vicky Angel , her new novel in which a girl loses her best friend in an accident. Repeated from Sunday 4pm
Phil bites the bullet.
Written by Mary Cutler
Director Sean O'Connor. Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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By David Pownall. Mass starvation and terror occupy the minds of scientists during the siege of Leningrad in the Second World War. Yet in the city is a vast laboratory where they are working on a new strain of genetically-modified wheat that could feed the whole of the USSR.
Director Martin Jenkins
Jim White looks ahead to the Breeders' Cup in Kentucky - one of the biggest horse races in the world - and asks why horses in America are given drugs that are banned in every other country. Producer Ian Bent
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