Sue Lawley's castaway is epidemiologist
Professor Sir Richard Doll , who with statistician Austin Bradford Hill, offered the first statistical proof of the link between cancer and smoking in 1950. He has since established an international reputation as a leading authority in the field of cancer research. Shortened repeat from Sunday 11.15am
In a new four-part series, Simon Calder tackles the ups and downs of France's most famous long-distance footpath - the GR10. The first stretch takes him through the damp green hills of the Basque country and brings encounters with pottocks, a visit to wood pigeon hell and a look at life in the remotest of mountain villages - St Engrace. Producer Mick Webb
A comedy series by Annie McCartney about the bohemian residents of Marlborough Road,
Belfast, who are saved from their own chaos by their cleaning lady. 2: Ranting and Railings
Miss Black wishes that the whole terrace could have matching Victorian railings- and hers must be authentic. Victor causes chaos when he gets the dates for their erection muddled up.
Produced and directed by Tanya Nash
Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy. Producer Nick Utechin
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WRITE TO: Feedback. PO Box 2100. London, W1A 1QT EMAIL: email@example.com. Repeated Sunday 8pm
In Helen Brandom 's drama, Cissie and Fred, residents on the 15th floor of Crownhill Heights, have been looking forward to their diamond wedding anniversary. But then notice comes that their block is due for demolition and thatthey are to go into a home. At first it seems that they will go quietly, but then Cissie has a better idea.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Barbara Myers gives listeners the chance to talk directly to the experts. Osteoporosis
This is a common disease that is severely under-recognized, under-diagnosed and under-treated. While osteoporosis is often thought of as an old lady's disease it can strike men and women at any age.
Producer Ruth Whitbread. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
5: Denmark - Tine Bryld. Tine Bryld is the voice of Danish youth and the country's favourite radio agony aunt. But when she began her Sunday night programme 25 years ago, politicians accused her of promoting Communism and parents blamed her when teenagers left home. Producer Lucy Ash. For details see Monday
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the topical comedy programme that looks at everything "now" with the help of sketches, songs, characters and audience suggestions. With Steve Furst.
Emma Kennedy , Paul Putner and music from Mitch Benn. Producer Ashley Blaker. E-MAIL: email@example.com Repeated Saturday 12.30pm
By Simon Armitage and Jeff Young. The Building of Boats. In France the Normans prepare to set sail for England. Meanwhile Harold has been fighting the King of Norway in the north of England. Part 5. The concluding part is on Sunday 25 February, 9pm.
Further cast details across the week. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby is joined at Nunney Village Hall near Frome in Somerset, by panellists including Jackie Ballard MP, musician Billy Bragg and Oliver Letwin , shadow spokesman forthe Department of Trade and Industry.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated Saturday 1.15pm
The Grimm's fairy tale of Snow White is reappraised by Prix Italia-winning author Howard Barker. The Queen is infertile and the object of obsessive jealousy on the part of the King. Snow White envies the Queen's sexual experience.
Director Howard Barker
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