The former First Lady reads from her memoirs.
4: The period in her life when she and her husband are dogged by the endless investigations of the Whitewater inquiry. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
The first one-day international in a triangular series with South Africa, culminating at Lord's on Saturday 12 July. Commentary from Trent Bridge by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Simon Mann , with expert commentfrom Vic Marks , Mike Selvey and Henry Olonga. Including News at 2.20pm.
Producer Peter Baxter * Approximate time
In 1961 the Temperance Seven gave George Martin his first number one before disintegrating in a haze of "artistic differences". In an emotional reunion, 42 years later, seven of the band tell Humphrey Carpenterwhat celebrity was like before the Beatles. Producer Miles Warde
Lone Parents and Work. Winifred Robinson puts questions to the chief executive of British Telecom, Ben Verwaayen. He is advisingthe Government on getting 70 per cent of lone parents into work by 2010. In his first major interview on the subject, Verwaayen tells Robinson that lone parents should regard work as an escape from domestic isolation ratherthan as a pay packet.
Based on the papers of an RSPCA officer who was sent to the Front during the First World Warwith a large fund to ease the suffering of the animals. Regular letters home reflect the terrible scenes he witnesses and his own close experience with death. Director Rosalynd Ward
Exposure. By Jessica Francis Kane , read by Kate Burton. An older author, achieving fame later in life, struggles with the demands of the publicity machine. She braces herself for the ultimate horror: the photo shOOt. Fordetails see Monday
Mariella Frostrup asks whetherwriting about northern childhoods can ever completely avoid flat caps and whippets. And the veteran American novelist Paula Fox explains the joys of being rediscovered again. Repeated from Sunday at4pm
imagine being able to shrink an entire lab down to a silicon chip the size of a postage stamp. These labs on a chip have the potential to make chemical processes faster, cheaper and more environmentally friendly. Quentin Cooperfinds out whetherthe chips will ever replace the test tube. Producer Jonathan Rides EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Jackson talks to Ricky Gervais. Writer, actor, director, stand-up comedian, DJ and a former pop star, Gervais was recently named the most powerful man in comedy (in a Radio Times survey). Produced by Mario Stylianides and Katie Marsden
By Bettina Gracias. 4: Coconut Wishes. Pooja is desperate for her Dad to remarry and when she meets Mary the florist, she discovers all sorts of old wives' tales, which mightjust help.
Producer David Hunter For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Hundreds of highly qualified doctors who have fled to Britain to escape persecution are currently working in non-medical jobs. Sarah Vermont meets a group of doctors who are trying to surmount the linguistic, professional and cultural barriers that prevent them from practising here.
Here Comes the Bribe. International business is still besmirched by corruption even though the companies deny it. Peter Day asks what it will take for international business to clean up its act. Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30prn
Laurence Howarth 's sitcom set in the fascinating but misunderstood world of the pathology lab, starring Peter Davison , Tracy-Ann Oberman and Geoffrey Whitehead. 3: When a newcoroneris appointed, Ruth sets out to persuade him that he should send the interesting autopsies her way.
Music by Paul Mottram with voice by Stephanie Benavente Producer Dawn Ellis
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