Tim Moore follows the journey taken in 1608 by the first grand tourist, Thomas Coryate , but in a somewhat grander style. Read by Michael Maloney and abridged in five parts by Doreen Estall.
1: A Roll en Route to Paris Producer Merilyn Harris Repeated at 12.30am
Jenni Murray and guests with the latest news, views and culture from a woman's point of view. Drama: The Furys by James Hanley. Part 6 of 15. Editor Ruth Gardiner
E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Archaeologist Julian Richards uncovers the hidden histories of towns. Monmouth
This Welsh bordertown was where Roman met
Celt and is where England meets Wales. How did Monmouth thrive in such a potentially volatile location? The town's streets and buildings reveal a history of guerrilla warfare, Chartist rebellion and genteel tourism down the River Wye. Producer John Byrne
Monica Dickens 's witty and humorous novel is dramatised in five parts by Sam Boardman-Jacobs . 4: Looking on the Bright Side of Life
Monica escapes to a large Devonshire estate to carry on cooking, but at the annual ball she is pursued by an old flame, who provides the butler with the perfect opportunity for blackmail.
Producer Marion Nancarrow
A week of new stories performed on stage at the Bath Literary Festival.
1: Treatment Room by Chrissie Gittings , performed by Stephanie Cole. A beautytherapist reveals more than purely professional secrets in the weekly sessions she gives her patient. Producer Sara Davies
Could the success of farmers' markets be under threat from overzealous interpretations of hygiene regulations and can the traditional market trader survive the decline of the nation's high streets? Derek Cooper investigates. Extended repeat from yesterday 12.30pm
In an increasingly secular societywe still needto get to grips with life's big questions about identity and purpose, love and money, work and growing old. Muriel Gray and guests investigate those who think they have the answers. Producer Lindsay Leonard
Nicholas Parsons hosts the most devious of panel games. This week he isjoined by Clement Freud , Paul Merton and Graham Norton at London's Broadcasting House.
Producer Claire Jones. Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
James Hanley 's saga follows the fortunes and misfortunes of the Fury family in Liverpool. Dramatised in 15 parts by Kevin Fegan.
6: Fanny almost forgets about her debts when her husband Dennytakes her out forthe night.
Director Melanie Harris. Music performed by Matthew Compton and Julian Gregory. Repeated from 10.45am
As patients we would like to be in partnership with the medical profession -the paternalism of the 20th century is disappearing. The medical school at Leicester University has risen to the challenge of providing a new approach to training doctors. DrTrisha Macnair follows the next generation of doctors being taught to succeed in this new world. Producer Julia Durbin. E-MAIL: email@example.com
After a series of grisly murders by teenagers, Japan is cracking down on youth crime. New laws will make it more likely that youngsters will face long prison sentences. Julian Pettifer investigates why Japan has become so scared of its youth, even though statistics suggest it is still one of the safest countries in the world. Repeated from Thursday 11am
Lionel Kelleway journeys through six European countries to meet the wildlife and the people working to conserve European diversity.
Estonia, Bears and the Fall of Communism : Under Soviet rule Estonia's wildlife thrived, but j can it survive the incredible rate of social change since the fall of communism? Kelleway visits the farms and forests in search of bears and an answer.
Producer Grant Sonnex. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co. uk/nature/animals/bbc/wild_europe
Stella Gonet reads ten tales from Rosina Lippi 's Pen/Hemingway award-winning collection of stories set in the Austrian Alps, across a century of change and turmoil. Abridged by Sally Marmion. 1: Anna's 's Story- 1909. Anna receives a mysterious love letter. Producer Di Speirs
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