Sir Stanley Kalms is in conversation with Sue
Lawley this week. Overthe last 50 years he has turned Dixons, the small photographic studio his father opened in the thirties, into one of Britain's biggest retail outlets. Shortened repeat from Sunday 11.15am
A look at one of the greatest travelling companions of the 20th century-the Volkswagen Campervan. Frank Wilson meets the owners and the vans that have travel led the length and breadth of Britain and beyond. Producer Helen Sharp. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Alfred Lord Tennyson 's Victorian version of the Romeo and Juliet story tells of the proud Aylmers at the manor house and their humbler relations, the Averills at the rectory, and of the doomed romance between Edith and her cousin Leolin. Andrew Sachs reads Tennyson's verse and concert pianist Victor Sangiorgio provides the accompanying music by Grieg, Rbich and Janacek. Director viv Beeoy
I nteractive greengrocers Charl ie H icks and Gregg Wallace investigate the herb garden, talking to callers and swapping recipes and growing tips in this tribute to all things green and fresh. Producer Dixi Stewart. LINES OPEN from 1.30pm
The programme about words and the way we speak, presented by Michael Rosen. To Boldly Go Time to stop worrying about the health of the mother tongue and start celebrating our ever changing language. Meanwhile, out there in supermarket land, would you rather be a sir and madam or a pet and hen? Ian Peacock investigates. Producer Mark Burman. Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the topical comedy show that looks at everything "now" with the help of sketches, songs and characters. With
Jon Holmes , Emma Kennedy , Paul Putnerand music from Mitch Benn.
Producer Adam Bromley. Repeated Saturday 12.30pm
Mike Walker's play, the winner of this year's Sony Award for Best Radio Drama, envisages the existence of a computer so all-knowing it appears to have an independent life of its own - an abomination for those who believe in a supreme creator.
Originally broadcast on BBC World Service
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New writing and invigorating talk as Chris Bigsby asks a poet and a novelist to join him in thinking and writing about a matter of the moment.
Clothes. "Are you wearing those flares ironically?" With Julia Blackburn and Ruth Padel. Producer Tim Dee
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