Sue Lawley's castaway this week is the owner of Longleat- Alexander Thynn , the seventh Marquess of Bath. As the owner of Longleat (which includes the safari park), he runs one of the most successful stately homes in the country. However, the Marquis is probably better known for his individualistic lifestyle: his ponytail, his flamboyant clothes and the 74 lovers whom he describes as "wifelets" . Shortened repeat from Sunday 11.15am
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the Snowdonia National Park. In the first of two programmes, Sian Parri Huws explores one of the most beautiful and visited parts of Britain, and asks whethertourism has become more of a curse than a blessing in a unique landscape that is also a heartland of Welsh language and Culture. Producer Jeremy Grange
A comedy series by Richard Monks.
2:Ron's Story.Defeated last week in the caravan manoeuvring competition, long-time club chairman Ron Wheeler stands for re-election. But he is up against glamorous Carol in leather trousers, and a surprise visit from irrepressible former army colleague Nobby.
Producer David Hunter
Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy.
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By Hattie Naylor. When Lur finds a pair of wings and attaches them to her back, her whole world changes - where before people around her were moaning, suddenly they are joyful. But constant happiness has its own price, as she soon discovers.
Sue Cook presents the series that gets to the bottom of historical mysteries, local legends, family curiosities and architectural oddities. Producers Ivan Howlett and Nick Patrick
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Charlotte Smith concludes her exploration of once-great houses by visiting Witley Court in Worcestershire. She discovers why a house that 60 years ago rivalled Chatsworth or Blenheim is now a roofless ruin. For details see Monday
In a special edition of the programme,
James Naughtie visits HMP Coldingley with writer Tony Parsons to discuss his hugely successful book
Man and Boy with the prisoners' readingcircle. The inmates discuss their reactions to this story of emotional loss and the ambiguous rites of passage from adolescence to manhood. On one level it is a love story - or rather, a story about love: the love of a man for his son, and for his own father; the love of a man for his wife at the end of their life together; and of a single father for a single mother at the beginning Of theirs. Repeated from Sunday 4pm
David plans tomorrow's world.
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By Carey Harrison.
Intrigued by the unexpected death of Thomas Harrell, the last and greatest of Britain's Victorian explorers, journalist Daniel Bacon attempts to retrace Harrell's journey in one of the loneliest deserts in the world. As he journeys into the unknown, Bacon's view of himself and the world undergoes a sea change.
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