No morsel remains uneaten in Paul Richardson 's account of an 18-month journey around the British Isles to discover the state of our national cuisine. Read by Alex Jennings and abridged in five parts by Sara Lefanu. 1: Apples and Hops in the Garden of England. Producer Paul Dodgson
With Nigel Lee. Thine Arm, 0 Lord, in Days of Old (St Matthew); Luke 11, wl4-23; Strengthen Ye the Weak Hands (Powell); Thou Whose Almighty Word (Moscow). With the John Powell Singers. Director of music John Powell.
Jenni Murray and guests with the latest news, views and culture from a woman's point of view. Drama: Bayeux Tapestry. Part 1 of 6. Editor Ruth Gardiner
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Archaeologist Julian Richards uncovers the hidden histories of towns. Aberdeen. From the legend that says it was settled on a bend in the river shaped like a bishop's crosier, to the current oil boom, water has always played a vital part in the development and success of this unique northern City. Producer Karen Gregor
Monica Dickens 's witty and humorous novel is dramatised by Sam Boardman-Jacobs . 2: Dinner for One Please, James. As Monty struggles to adjust to life below stairs, her employer decides to throw a party - and to invite all Monty's old chums.
Producer Marion Nancarrow
Naturalistic performances mix with classic songs from the big musicals in Chris O'Connell 's drama. Griff "has it between the eyes" - persuasion.
Gerry has a passion for musicals and a talent for guessing. Soon Griff has Gerry hooked. Together they are Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, dreaming of the bigtime, although they are stuck in Lewisham. Only when it is too late does Gerry discover the danger in Griff.
Director Anne Edyvean
David Suchet reads a week of stories bythe
Jewish short-story writer who grew up in Odessa in Ukraine, joined the Bolsheviks in the Russian Revolution and fought with the Red Army cavalry in Poland in 1920. Translated by David McDuff and abridged by Keith Darvill. 1: In the Basement and Awakening. Ajunior performance of Julius Caesarand the tribulations of learning the violin. Producer Tim Dee
Zina Rohan profiles five extraordinary Europeans.
For decades Battaglia used her camera as a weapon against the Sicilian Mafia. Her stark black-and-white images shocked the world and prompted the first serious investigation into the relations between the Mafia and top Italian politicians.
Nicholas Parsons hosts the most devious of panel games. This week he is joined by Clement Freud , Paul Merton and Graham Norton at London's Broadcasting House.
Producer Claire Jones. Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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A six-part oral dramatisation of the Bayeux Tapestry by Simon Armitage and Jeff Young.
Harold arrives in Bosham and the air is full of speculation as they wait for a sailing wind.
Further cast details across the week. Repeated from 10.45am
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In the late forties Winston Churchill was a passionate advocate of a united Europe, touring the continent to press his case. But what did he see as Britain's role? Using recordings of Churchill's speeches and eyewitness accounts, David Sells explores the great man's vision of Europe's destiny. Producer Chris Bowlby
From the East End to the South Seas.
Alexander Frater presents a two-part story of cannibalism, volcanoes, religious fervour and family history in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. This week he returns to Vanuata and the tiny island of Paama to deliver a new bell to a church built for and named after his grandfather, Producer Sara Jane Hall (R)
In a new six-part series, Lionel Kellewayjoumeys through Europe to meet the wildlife and the people working to conserve European diversity.
The Cork Forests of Portugal. He investigates the growing use of plastic stoppers in wine bottles, which is reducing the demand for cork and could be the final nail in the coffin for this ancient landscape and its inhabitants, including the Iberian Lynx. Producer Grant Sonnex. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Elaine Dundy 's bestselling novel set in mid-fifties Paris concerns Sally Jay Gorce , a young American woman who goes looking for adventure and becomes entangled with the left-bank bohemians of the city. Read in ten parts by Laurence Bouvard. Parti. Abridged and produced by Peter Everett
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