Lively and topical interviews and discussion from a woman's point of view, presented byJenni Murray. Drama: Ladies of Letters Log On by Carole Hayman and Lou Wakefield. Part 4. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Greece. The Greek Orthodox Church is on the offensive. Fired by an imminent visit by the Pope, and an on-going debate about whether religious affiliation should appear on Greek identity cards, the Church is seeking to defend its position at the heart of society. Rosie Goldsmith explores the role of orthodoxy in modern Greece.
Producer Linda Pressly. Editor Maria Balinska Repeated Monday 8.30pm
Four programmes celebrating the art of the poets who write the words that singers sing- lyricists.
- Style and Sincerity. The English way of doing things.
Presented by John Moffatt. Producer Enyd Williams
Musical director and piano Michael Haslam
Caroline Gawn 's absorbing thriller set in the forties features two women who uncover a devastating secret that changes theirfriendship for ever. Elsie Haworth and Kathleen James are old school friends, working on the rebuilding of Waterloo Bridge. Elsie is heavily pregnant but will not reveal the father's name to anyone, not even Kathleen. A police inspector begins to follow the two women, asking probing questions about the mysterious father. The plot thickens and then thickens again.
Director Polly Thomas
Stella Clarke speaks on behalf of a charity which helps people on low incomes build theirown homes. DONATIONS: The Community Self-Build Agency. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: Freephone [number removed] Repeated from Sunday 7.55am
4: The Law of the Road. Pedlars, tinkers and hawkers could soon be a thing of the past. Deborah Bull looks at the relevance of the Pedlars Act and examines why it is the cause of some friction. For details see Monday
It is 50 years to the day since King George VI opened the Festival of Britain, declaring it to be a "symbol of abiding courage and vitality". Quentin Coopertalksto Dr Norman Lisgarten from Imperial College London and Dr Sophie Forgan from Teeside University about the science and technology it showcased.
Producer John Watkins. E-MAIL: email@example.com Doctor Digital: page 19
Arts interviews, news and the verdict on a new production of Christopher Hampton 's play, Tales from Hollywood, in which emigre European writers attempt to find their feet in Tinseltown in the forties. Producer Ekene Akalawu
Carole Hayman and Lou Wakefield 's comedy drama. 4: Irene and Vera have stopped speaking to each other, communicating by handwritten notes only. Their television chat show is about to "go live".
Further cast details across the week. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Four programmes revealing why some of the most controversial policies, fashions and fads became the orthodoxies of their time. Trashing the Future
This week Chris Bowlby looks at how we moved from thrift to throwaway, creating an almighty mess. Producer Smita Patel
Freudian S//p?Freud's theories about the unconscious still dominate much of ourthinking about sex, the family and society - but our attitudes to mental illness remain confused and conflicting. Frances Cairncross asks if Freud's ideas are still relevant or whether it is time to look for new ways of analysing the mind and its problems.
Producer Zareer mansani. Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
The conclusion of Andy Hamilton 's comedy series set in hell. This week the Professor and Thomas discuss the nature of beauty, while Satan introduces them to Helen of Troy and her plain friend Daphne. Then God turns up for a chat.
Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer
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