5: Where the Road Ends and the Wilderness Begins. The author concludes his travels by braving the wilds of Alaska to visit the remote town of his namesake, McCarthy: population 14, plus bears. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
England v India
Commentary from Trent Bridge on the second day of the Second Test. Including at:
1.15 Talking Point A topical cricket issue examined.
3.40* Cricket Scene News from the English Cricket Board.
For details see yesterday 'Approximate time
Crime writer Val McDermid launches a private investigation into the controversial life of Allan Pinkerton , the Glasgow-born man who gave the world the term "private eye", saved the life of President Abraham Lincoln and brought his own particular brand Of justice to the Wild West. Producer Lynsey Moyes
By Annie McCartney. A four-part comedy drama about the residents of Marlborough Road, Belfast.
3: Druids and Draws. Miss Black's lodger, Victorthe poet, has fallen in love with a druid, Anashuya. Producer and director Tanya Nash
With Liz Barclay and John Waite. Editor Chris Burns Including at 12.30 Face the Facts. John Waite pursues more issues of public concern. Producer Sue Mitchell Repeated Sunday 9pm PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
A one-man show written and performed by Niall Ashdown. When Niall and his dad go on a bird watching trip to Hungary a rare insight into their relationship is revealed, as well as sightings of some very rare birds. Music composed by Richard Youngs. Director Sally Avens
As the British summer struggles to reach its zenith, greengrocers Gregg Wallace and Charlie Hicks get juicy with chef and berry connoisseur Shane Osborn. ProducerPaula McGinley Phone in your comments or queries: [number removed]. Lines are open from 1.30pm.
5: How the Herring Became a Kipper. By Emma Parfitt. When Benjamin falls ill one day, his wife is determined to find out why her husband has lost his appetite. But the answer lies in an underwater home at the bottom of the sea. Read by Stella Gonet.
1: Happy Birthday, Word of Mouth! The summer series kicks off with a special tenth anniversary edition. Michael Rosen is joined by the show's creator Frank Delaney , comedian Steve Punt and linguists David Crystal and Lynda Mugglestone on stage at the Way with Words festival in Devon to look at how language has changed over the last decade. Plus a chance to hear again some favourite clips from past years. Producer Simon Elmes Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
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Editor Vanessa Whitburn ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send an SAE to [address removed]
The third of six debates on issues of perennial interest, chaired by Nick Clarke in front of a specially invited audience at John Moores University Liverpool.
Today's motion is: "Religious belief should not be a selection criterion for schools"
To vote YES dial [number removed]. To vote NO dial [number removed] Lines remain open until 2.20pm on Saturday Calls cost 10p.
Producer Nick Utechin
By Graham White. The Angry Brigade were a group of young anarchists who planted a series of explosives in Britain in the late 1970s. This dramatisation marks the 30th anniversary of their controversial trial, which became the longest in British criminal court history
Director Peter Kavanagh
1:Masculinity. In a new series, Matthew Parris invites novelist Lindsey Davis , writer and perfomer Nick Walker and award-winning poet Neil Rollinson to write and talk about "masculinity". Producer Hilary Dunn
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