Concluding the series of readings about the discovery of passion. 5: Birds. An extract from Birders by Mark Cocker : a funny, lively memoir of his passion for birding. Read by lain Glen . Producer by Sarah Davies. Repeated at 12.30am
The last meteorite fall of the second millennium landed in a small village in Ireland. It attracted huge interestfrom scientists, amateur astronomers and fanatical meteorite hunters alike. Leo Enright tells the intriguing story of the Leighlinbridge meteorite-how it landed in Ireland but ended up in Scotland, and the quest to return it home. Producer Pamela Rutherford
A series of six monologues about women, written by Lynne Truss. 4: The Other Woman starring Lesley Manville. Sue is tough and ballsy, and works in a man's world editing a football magazine. She is also the dreaded "other woman", snatching alternate
Saturdays with her lover. Then one Saturday he turns up with a suitcase, and instead of the afternoon of passion she was expecting, she has a married man weeping all over her candlewick.
Music composed by Rex Brough . Producer Dawn Ellis
The teams move to Wellington for the second match in the floodlit series. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld , Angus Fraser , Christopher Martin-Jenkins , Danny Morrison , Mike Selvey and Bryan Waddle. Scorer Bill Frindall. Producer Peter Baxter
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In Manchester in the late sixties an unnamed ten-year-old boy grows up under the influence of an eccentric and domineering German mother and a quiet but odd jeweller father. The cosy world of childhood security gradually unravels as the boy makes disconcerting discoveries about the secret lives of his parents.
3: River Swale Regeneration Project. High up in the Yorkshire Dales is the source of the River Swale, a riverthat has become a killer. Chris Baines meets the people who are trying to tame it in orderto breathe life back into their communities.
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Another short story about the extraordinary goings-on of an eccentric Scottish family. 5: The Reading of the Will by Alexander McCall Smith. "It was all rather odd. He did not even want me to see the will, although I was, of course, his solicitor." Read by Finlay Welsh.
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The last in the series of the sharp end of radio satire. Starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis with Mitch Benn , Marcus Brigstocke , Jon Holmes and Emma Kennedy. Producer Adam Bromley. Repeated Saturday 12.30pm
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The cowboy who is always having a heart attack, the engineer who is chased across the desert by a heat-seeking missile and the girl who drains the blood bank. This is the fragmented, fast-paced world of Dr Joe 'Babyface' Reinert, the new junior resident in the emergency room.
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2: Taboos - who needs them? Producer Jane Greenwood
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