By Penelope Fitzgerald. Read by Eleanor Bron.
5: Charlotte's success as a poet seems assured and at long last, money ceases to be a cause of worry. However, tragedy soon looms. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
2: The Crowded Skies. Just a few decades ago aeroplanes flew to theirdestination with the help of a map a compass, the stars and the skills of the gifted flyer. But then it all had to change. In the last of two programmes Craig Doyle tells how the demands of war and the post-war explosion in airtravel led to a revolution in aircraft navigation and airtraffic control. Producer Ivan Howlett
Comedy drama written by and starring
Lynn Ferguson. 4: The Seige. Millport is under siege by the neighbouring islands, furious that this little insignificant town has its own independent public house Amid the madness, Irene and Moira find romance where they least expect it and Alberto unveils an unusual secret defence system.
Producer Lucy Bacon
Roger Bolton rifles through the mailbag to find your opinions To airyourviewson what you've heard on BBC Radio, write to: Feedback, PO Box 2100,
London W1A 1QT, phone: [number removed], fax: [number removed], oremail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Producer Sue Bonner Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
It's Brighton in the 1960s. The era of Dusty Springfield, the mini-skirt and World Cup glory for English football - and in Brighton's criminal scene Frank Coker rules the waves. But the tide is about to turn, for when Dave Learner, a mere beginner in the art of villainy, happens upon the Coker dynasty, the consequences are disastrous, in a most unexpected way.
The CAN-do Culture. Steve Chalke visits London's Bromley-by-Bow health centre, a catalyst for regeneration in the area. The first to be owned by its patients, it offers, in addition to the usual services, access to over 100 different activities considered just as important as medicine. He meets the founder, Andrew Mawson , who describes how he has now linked up with other social entrepreneurs to form the Community Action Network, which is spreading the CAN-do culture all around the UK. Producer Sandra Sykes
5: Richard Francis goes on his final walk in the footsteps of writers who thought that pedestrian travel was the best stimulus to the mind. Why does wanderlust so frequently afflict those who should be sitting at theirwriting desks, and what do they gain from treading across pathways and roads? Fordetails see Monday
By Christopher C. Harris.
A raw, one-man drama starring Gary Oldman as Warren, a compulsive, passionate, but lonely man. When he sees Carol, a petite ex-dancer, he is utterly captivated.
Gary Oldman's real voice: page 123
5: The Prime Minister, disguised as a woman, is travelling around the country to get to know the people, but the experience is proving too much for him and, while swinging his slender hips at atea dance, he collapses in the arms of an amorous pensioner. For details see Monday
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