A six-part series by Gill Adams.
3:Sisters Are Doing for Themselves. Rita finally overcomes her fears and owns up to not being able to read, so Pauline rallies round to help her learn her part. Diana is now very poorly, and Sandy finds herself reluctantly accompanying a worried Pauline to the vets. Meanwhile, Gladys helps Rita fool Billy into letting her out forthe audition.
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. WRITE TO: Feedback, PO Box 2100. London W1A 1QT. FAX: [number removed]. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com. Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Sebastian Baczkiewicz. Mary Jane Cooper from Appleton, Alabama, wins a trip to fifties
Hollywood to meet her favourite film star. But like all Southern girls, Mary Jane has a secret which threatensto eclipse both ofthem.
Director Claire Grove
5: The Way up to Heaven by Roald Dahl , read by Patricia Routledge. Mrs Foster hates being late, but her husband delights in delaying her. When he holds up her departure for Paris it is the last straw and she leaves without him.
For details see Monday
Vitamin E. Long considered to be a wonder vitamin for its anti-oxidant properties, vitamin E is set to enhance its reputation even further following new research that it might help prevent miscarriage. Final part. For details see Monday(R)
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined at Bablake School in Coventry, by panellists including Tim Collins , vice chairman of the Conservative Party;
Matthew Parris , parliamentary sketch writer for The Times; and Clare Short , Secretary of State for International Development.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated Saturday 1.15pm
By Graham Reid. A powerful, emotional drama set in Belfast during the 1981 hunger strike. Two women from opposite sides of the conflict are unexpectedly brought together when a young policewoman discovers she is adopted and traces her birth mother.
Director Stephen Wright
Jim White hosts the sports programme which combines journalism and satire. This week he previews the final of the Rugby League World Cup and examines the possibility of Rangers and Celtic withdrawing from soccer's Scottish Premier League, Producer Ian Bent
5: Relating Relativity by Albert Einstein , read by Rachel Atkins. Acultural icon in his lifetime, Einstein was dedicated to making his own immense scientific understanding more widely understood. For details see Monday (R)
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