Martha Kearney talks to Lynda Bellmgham about her latest play Marry Me, You Idiot, a 21st_century adaptation of there's satire School for Wives. Drama: A Raging Calm. Part 10.
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4: The Basque Enigma. Author and comedian Tony Hawks goes to the French Basque region to experience one of the most exciting forms of tennis in the world - pelota. He also explores the significance of a Basque house with artist Josette DaCOSta Bray. Producer Sara Jane Hall
By Jim Eldridge. The second episode of a new six-part comedy. 2: The Real Thing. You might call it a "concert promotion" but Mrs Devon has another word for it. i Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Emily Buchanan with another selection of diverse radio programmes from around the globe. This week everybody's favourite: pets - from the granny who bit a pit bull to save her little terrierto the burglar-catching pig. Producer Arlene Gregorius Repeated on Sunday
By Claire Bennett. Fifteen-year-old Millie has an opinion on everything. And she expresses those opinions with her own inimitable Black Country humourand venom. But Millie's chief concern in life is coping with her mother-a a larger-than-life characterwith whom Millie has lived alone since herdad left for Australia. In this funny and touching play, we are treated to a whirlwind tour of Millie's s life and views on love, loss and syllabubs. With Alex Kelly as Millie.
Producerand director Peter LeslieWild Hourdrama,
Millie's adventures continue next week in the Woman Turn over the Paper and Start
Cannock Chase in Staffordshire was once the hunting ground of royalty. it is now an area of outstanding natural beauty but more importantly is accessible to disabled ramblers. For many years Elizabeth Dixon worked in the West Midlands police force in Birmingham but following an accident she was left reliant on a wheelchair. She has never been beyond pavements in her chair, but with the help of the Cannock Chase Rangers, the local and the disabled ramblers, she is able to explore this ancient woodland with its view over Staffordshire. Producer Lucy Lunt
The final in a series of stories about dark deeds and wrongdoings. 5: Murdering Max by Peter Lovesey.
A tale of bitter rivalry in the competitive world of crime fiction. Read by James Bryce. Producer David Jackson Young
5: Becky's Story. Becky lives in Chepstow on the Welsh border and is determined that young people across Wales should have their voice heard in the Welsh Assembly. She has galvanised young people into action so that they now have an organisation, Young Voice, through which they can instigate and advise on policies and talk to the politicians directly. Felicity Finch talks to Becky about what she has achieved SO far. Producer Felicity Finch
4: Bishop to C4. He was a mere pawn on the chequerboard of life until he happened upon the bishop and the queen together in the castle. He threatened to tell the knight- checkmate!
Michael Rosen compares the language of chess with the language of life.
Producer Marya Burgess Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
Fresh from their TV debut the multiple award-winning team is back for a new series. Fantastic impressions and funny sketches -what more could you ask for? With Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Mark Perry and Kevin Connelly.
Producer Bill Dare Repeated Saturday 12.30pm
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