To mark the 20th anniversary of his series, Professor Anthony Clare recalls eight of his most memorable interviews. He regards his 1983 interview with actress Sarah Miles as one of his most intriguingly idiosyncratic and wonders whether she still feels misunderstood.
Apsley Cherry-Garrard was the youngest member of Scott's last expedition to the Antarctic. His account of that adventure is abridged in five parts by Chris Wallis and read by Robert Glenister. 5: The last days of Scott's expedition to the South Pole. For details see Monday. Repeated at 12.30am.
Gerry Anderson visits Cong in County Mayo 50 years after John Ford filmed The Quiet Man there. John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara may be long gone but the locals are still cashing in on the film's romance. Producer Stephen Douds
A six-part comedy series by Jim Eldridge.
4: Here Comes the Judge. Terry does a local headmistress a favour and gets caught in a clinch, Sandra's mum encourages ex-boyfriend David and Steve's new protege gets them all involved with the police. Will their secret love survive?
Director David Hitchinson. Music Jacqueline Dankworth , Harvey Brough
Roger Bolton with listeners' views and opinions on BBC radio programmes and policy. Producer Sue Bonner. Repeated on Sunday
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Deborah Cook 's drama is set among the female gladiators who fought in the London Coliseum in AD 150. Greeneyes was once the slave to Claudia, a senator's wife, and theirjourney of lust, deceit, friendship and betrayal will ultimately lead to the death of one of them.
Producer Debby Marsh
Second in asix-part series following the footsteps of people who have made walking a central part of their lives. Clare Balding takes a small section of the spectacular and varied St Cuthbert's Way with Ron Shaw. From Wooler in Northumberland they cross Weetwood Moorto St Cuthbert's Cave where the saint's body is said to have rested when the monks of Lindisfarne fled the Vikings.
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Daphne du Maurier 's novel about a youngwoman haunted by the presence of her husband's first wife is abridged in ten parts by Sally Marmion and read by Emma Fielding. 5: Mrs Danvers shows her new mistress the west wing. For details see Monday
The pressures, tensions and adrenalin rushes of Formula One motor racing are described by former world champion Jodi Scheckter with John Watson and Derek Warwick. They reveal the thoughts and emotions behind the visor in this high-octane sport, which thrives on the limits of both men and machines. For details see Thursday (R)
A visit from the vicar.
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The political discussion with Jonathan Dimbleby comes from Pickering in North Yorkshire with a panel including the leader of the House of Commons Robin Cook MP. Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated Saturday 1.15pm
A comic odyssey about love, faith and food by award-winning writer Charlotte Jones. Forty-year-old Ruby goes on the run with a 15-year-old boy in a mobile library. Togetherthey head for Norfolk where years earlierthe Virgin Mary made Ruby a promise she has failed to keep.
Director Claire Grove
A biography series in which famous people nominate historical figures for studio discussion. Theatre director Joan Littlewood talks to
Humphrey Carpenter about her friend and collaborator Brendan Behan , author of The Quare Fellowand The Hostage. Producer Peter Everett
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