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.
4: The Royal Aircraft Buildings at FarnboroughProducer Karen Gregor
An uplifting six-part series by Gill Adams about being extraordinary and ordinary all at once. The adventures of five everyday Hull women as they struggle with learning lines, grumpy parents, stiletto heels and a poorly pet. Featuring Rita, Pauline, Gladys, Babs and Sandy- and not forgetting Diana the dog. 1: Fish Is back in Hull
All other parts played by members of the company Director Polly Thomas
Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy. Producer Nick Utechin
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By Jennifer Curry. A portrait of the famous English war artist Paul Nash who struggled for much of his life with asthma which prevented him from achieving a life-long ambition -to be able to fly. His life was enriched for a long while by a passionate affair with fellow surrealist painter Eileen Agar.
Director Cherry Cookson
By Rudyard Kipling. On the eve of Armistice Day, a story of remembrance. Patricia Hodge reads
Kipling's poignant account of Aunt Helen 's grief for her nephew Michael, killed by a shell-splinter ontheSomme.
Abridged and produced by Di Speirs
5: TakingCare. When Win's husband was diagnosed with early dementia, she felt that, as his carer, she could no longer have sex with him. The loss of sexual and marital intimacy due to a partner becoming terminally ill is a hidden problem that affects many couples. Jenny, Jim and Win talk about the changes and adjustments they have each had to make. Producer Rosie Boulton. For details see Monday
In the last of the present series of the topical comedy panel game, Simon Hoggart is joined by Alan Coren , Andy Hamilton , Jeremy Hardy and Linda Smith. Producer Lucy Armitage. Repeated Saturday 12.30pm
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Michael Field by Moya O'Shea .5: Old friends lost, new friends made, and a mysterious disappearance on the Swiss Alps.
For details see Monday. Further cast details across the week Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby isjoined at New Milton Memorial Hall, Hampshire, by Lord Dholakia, president of the Liberal Democrats; Joel Edwards , general director of the Evangelical Alliance;
Barbara Roche , Home Office Minister; and David Willetts , Shadow Secretary of State for Social Security. Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated Saturday 1.15pm
By Peter Tinniswood. Remembrance Day is a time to remember and honour the men and women who laid down their lives in two World Wars. But for embittered old Mr Derbyshire, living out the remains of a long and largely unfulfilled life in an old-folks' home, everyday is Remembrance Day. Derbyshire David Bradley Director Gordon House
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