By Jason Webster. Tom Goodman-Hill reads a fivepartabridgementbyAlisonJoseph
1: An aspiring guitar player goes to Spain in search of adventure love and duende, the highly charged emotional and spiritual state created by flamenco. Producer Gaynor Macfarlane Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Dr Pauline Webb. Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne (Margaret). Luke 9, w57-*2. Will You Come and Follow Me (Kelvingrove). Prayer of St Patrick (Rutter). Chamber Choir of St Aidan's CE High School, Harrogate. Director of music Cathy Roberts. Producer Stephen Shipley
Archaeologist Julian Richards begins a new series of the programme exploring the evolution of British towns and cities. 1: Swansea. Once the world's s largest exporter of copper, Swansea also wanted to attract tourists. Why, despite its vast economic power, was Swansea always a poor second to Cardiff? Producer Nichola West
A series of o two-handers by Lynne Truss which humorously explores the premise that not only are there two sides to every story but that there are differing sides to every personality. Each week a characterfrom the previous episode is revisited to discover more aboutthem.
6: Friends. Starring Phyllis Logan and Claire Skinner.
In the final programme events come full circle and return to Annabel and Brigid. The latter has found herself a personal trainer and a chance to work in America, while Annabel has her own life-changing secret. Will they be able to let one another go and will theirfriendship survive?
Music by Rex Brough Producer Dawn Ellis
By Linda Cracknell. Tom and Graeme are the City
Square Care Team. Theytidy up litter and people.
But Graeme is distracted by a new project: a lady who watches their matchmakmggames from a window above the square.
Director Lu Kemp
First of four stories read by Maggie Steed and abridged by Doreen Estall.
1: Dressing Up. Eccentric grandmother Prunella, ex-dancer and singler, is deemed irresponsible by her daughter and access to her grandchildren is threatened. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Chairman Nicholas Parsons hosts the show this week from Bristol and is joined by Clement Freud , Graham Norton , Pam Ayres and Tony Hawks. Producer Claire Jones Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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Francine Stock visits Tate Modern 's exhibition of the works of Max Beckmann , one of Germany's leading 20th-century artists, whose canvases reveal a claustrophobic world of debauchery and fear in interwar Berlin. Producer Martin Smith
ByTrish Cooke. A warm-hearted five-part series exploring the experiences of the generation after
Windrush through the eyes of a West Indian woman from the 1960s to the present day.
1: As Rosalyn's son leaves for university she is left alone for the firsttime in her life. Now 50 years old, she finds some old diaries from 1961 when, aged ten, she made the journey from Dominica to Britain.
Music source Ansell Broderick Producer Pauline Harris Rptofl0.45am
Three families describe the struggle they underwent in coming to terms with the birth of a child with a severe learning disability. When she was 24,
Jaime Skollickgave birth to a boy with Down's syndrome. Her husband, Kevin, says, "It never entered our heads as a possibility. At first, I was so shocked and angry that this had happened to us." Producers Kim Normanton and Nigel Acheson
Remembertea breaks? Rememberwhen you went to work to have a rest? John Fortune presents the first in a four-part series looking at the way work used to be, beginning with the factory floor.
Bernard Ingham , Bill Morris , and Corelli Barnett recall the institutionalised skiving, and wonder what we've lost. Producer Miles Warde
6: National Parks. The Cairngorm mountains cover some of the wildest and most beautiful lands in Scotland. In March, the area will become the UK's largest national park, yet its boundaries and planning powers have been fraught with controversy. Mark Carwardine investigates these complaints and asks what purpose these national parks fulfil. Producer Joanne Stevens Repeated tomorrow at 11am
By Julie Otsuka , abridged in five parts by Richard Hamilton. This compassionate and powerful novella follows the members of single family of Japanese Americans who find themselves interned in their own country. 1: A mother receives her evacuation orders. Read by Teresa Gallagher. producer Di Speirs
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