Story Josette Simon reads the concluding part of Ean Wood 's book. The Rainbow Tribe. Baker adopts a family of children from around the world, faces ruin and stages a last spectacular comeback. Final part. For details see Monday
Martin Wainwright explores contemporary
Russia through the themes and settings of three great Russian novels.
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. The tragic heroine of Tolstoy's novel is still very real to modem
Russian readers, who continue to argue over whether Anna was right to abandon her husband and son forthe dashing Count Vronsky. The second great theme of the novel -the Russian countryside - throws up problems of inefficiency and mismanagement which are just as thorny now as they were in Tolstoy's day. Producer Sue Waldram
The concluding episode ofa comedy series by Richard Monks.
Steven 's Story. Chuffed to be appointed rally officer for the last caravan outing of the season, Steven takes the club to Selsey Bill where he finds childhood memories, an unusual catch and a particulary spectacular fireworks display.
Producer David Hunter
Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy. ProducerViv Black
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A romantic drama by Peter Wolf , set on the Yorkshire Moors. Graham has become something of a recluse since a dramatic break-up with his childhood sweetheart, the reasons for which continue to haunt him. A new and unexpected relationship is to have a cathartic effect on him.
Director Cherry Cookson
Sue Cook presents the last in the current series of the programme that examines listeners' historical queries, explores avenues of research and uncovers mysteries.
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5: Through the Water Curtain. This tale from ancient Japan gently mocks the credulity of some people in their willingness to be taken in by and believe in spirits and demons. Read by Adjoa Andoh. For details see Monday
Simon Hoggart chairs the last in the current series of the topical comedy panel game, this week from Loughborough Town Hall as part of the Leicester Comedy Festival. With Alan Coren , Jeremy Hardy and special guests.
Producer Lucy Armitage. Repeated Saturday 12.30pm
Jonathan Dimbleby is joined at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, University of Wales in Aberystwyth, by panellists including chair of the Transport Select Committee, Gwynetth Dunwoody MP; deputy leader of the Welsh Assembly, Mike German ; and leader of Plaid Cymru, leuan Wyn Jones. Producer Usa Jenkinson. Repeated Saturday 1.15pm
By Stephen James.
Lillian loves Julian, who thinks he loves her. But he also loves Jill... and cares very deeply about Keith. A play about love, sex, guilt and the gulf between several hours and for ever.
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