Gordon Brown 's economic hero Stafford uipps is up for discussion when Jeremy Paxman is joined byCripps's biographer, Peter Clarke ,
Professor of Modern British History at Cambridge, and the economist Lord Desai.
Producer Ariane Koek Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Schools inspector Gervase Phinn takes us on his rounds as he visits more schools in the North Yorkshire Dales in this, his third book of memoirs.
1: "Could You Tell Me Howto Spell 'Sex Please? Producer Jane Marshall Repeated at 12.30am
Malcolm Bradbury 's classic seventies satire or radical campus politics.
5: Howard Kirk is on the rocks as the forces or reaction seek to bring about his downfall. Dramatised in six parts by Dominic Power.
Director Michael Fox
Josh is three stone overweight; he can't get a girlfriend and his mum has married his dead father's brother. To make matters worse, he's being sent to a fat camp for the summer holidays. While there, things pick up when he meets funny, confident Dan, "the best friend I ever had." But when a plan to steal food backfires. Josh begins to realise Dan isn't all he seems.
By Mary E Mann. Born in 1829, Mary Mann , wife of a Norfolk farmer, wrote the most vivid accounts of Victorian farming life.
1: Women o' Dulditch. Dinah Brome has a secret and the whole village knows it. Now she is called to account. Read by Patience Tomlinson . Abridged and produced by Chris Wallis
Another chance to hear the five-part series looking at how the National Trust train theirgardeners. Caroline Beck travels around England visiting Trust gardens and talking to gardeners - some trained and some still training- about the Trust's "careership" scheme, run to exacting horticultural and heritage Standards. Part 1. Producer Angela Sherwin
Special guests joining Nigel Rees are Valerie Groves , Charlie Lee-Potter , Christopher Matthew and Sir John Mortimer. The reader is William Franklyn. ProducerCarol Smith E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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Aten-partdramatisation by Melissa Murray of Robert Graves's novel. During the English Civil war in the 17th century, a spirited Royalist girl, Marie Powell , has been forced to relinquish her true love and marry the Puritan poet John Milton.
6: After her disastrous wedding night, Marie returns to her parents.
Director Cherry Cookson Repeat of 10.45am
Afterfighting in the liberation war against Pakistan, British-trained doctor Quam Zahman wanted to do something to help the millions of people in Bangladesh who are living below the poverty line. Healthcare is not free, so even though dysentery, diabetes and arsenic poisoning are rife, manygo untreated. Presenter Helen Sewell meets Zahman, who helped set up a community-based health scheme, which is now able to treat thousands of patients. Producer Paul Arnold
East Timor. On 20 May 2002, East Timor becomes independent. The tiny territory that captured hearts and headlines round the world in 1999 will then have its own constitution, courts and currency. But, asks Julian Pettifer , after 25 years of hostile occupation by Indonesia - and its scorched earth departure - and two years of friendly occupation by the United Nations, how will this new nation cope on its own?
Producer Rosie Goldsmith Repeated from Thursday
nl: The Tree of Knowledge. Brian Leith begins his exploration of the human relationship with nature by examining the reality of the huntergatherer life of the Kalahari bushmen. Despite the image created by Laurens van der Post , the bushmen never were children of nature living in an idyllic Eden. Producer Grant Sonnex
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Alan Bennett reads the first part of his darkly comic story. 1: In Peru, Clive has died young and in circumstances which make some of his friends uneasy. Abridged in ten parts by Colin Smith. Producers Colin Smith and Piera Johnson
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