Novelist Sue Miller reads from her painfully honest and moving account of her relationship with her father as he descended into Alzheimer's disease.
1: The first signs. Produced and abridged by Emma Harding Repeated at 12.30am
Ian Peacock goes on a mission to find a sub-title for his programme. He talks to a chess grand master about strategic thinking, brainstorms with an advertising creative team, mind maps with a brain guru and even meditates with a Buddhist. Along the way he discovers how different people think.Or is the answer to thinking not to think at all? Producer Alexandra Feachem
A comedy drama series by Ray Connolly.
4. Old Friends. Old friends are not always whatthey seem as Tim discovers when he meets up with old friend, Harry. Harry's wife Catherine has left him after 25 years ofmarriage, HRT and a bell-ringing class. Could this spell trouble for Tim and Amy?
ProducerLouise Armitage Director Dirk Maggs
The first of five French stories translated to an Irish setting by James Ellis , who reads them in a thatched cottage at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Northern Ireland.
Old Granny Greer outwits a miserly son when she strikes a deal to sit with his ailing mother until she dies.
James O'Donnell , Master of Music at Westminster Abbey journeys from 700BC to the present day, exploring how human beings have expressed their quest forthedivine through music. 1:
Musicoftne Spheres. From Mount Olympus, James O'Donnell explores the way the Ancient Greeks associated certain types of music and instruments with religious expression. Producer Mark O'Brien
A second week at the Princess Theatre in Torquay. Regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor , Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer are joined by Jeremy Hardy. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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By Elizabeth E Banks, dramatised in five parts by Stephanie Norgate. 1: Liberty and Independence
Frustrated by hertreatment as a female journalist in America, Lizzie comes to Victorian London and disguises herself as a housemaid in order to write about the lot of the domestic servant.
With Alison Pettitt , Andrew Harrison , Bruce Purchase , Ben Crowe , Priyanga Elan and Liza Sadovy Director David Hunter Repeat of 10.45am
In 1903 the World Zionist Organisation received an offer from the British government of a homeland for the Jews in what is now Kenya. The Zionist leader Theodor Herzl took it seriously but was branded a traitor for considering anywhere other than
Palestine, while the prospect of a Jewish colony in their midst threw the British settlers in East Africa into an anti-Semitic frenzy. The rejection of the offer in 1905 led to a breakaway Jewish movement that believed Arab-occupied Palestine too fraught for colonisation and set about exploring possible sites in Libya, Angola and Australia. Producer Mark Whitaker
A pile of flaking 78 rpm discs, recorded by the famous spiritualist Noah Zerdin , have lain in a south London garage for 70 years. Remarkably, they contain the voices of people who claim to have died before the recordings were made. Noah's three granddaughters investigate his "great experiment". Producer Chris Eldon Lee
Flagships orFo///es?Pandas and tigers are icons of conservation but do they draw attention away from less "sexy" but equally important species? Or are they ambassadors for the rest of the ecosystem?
Paul Evans examines the use of "flagship" species in conservation. He also discovers how saving the Ethiopian wolf could help its poverty-stricken country. Producer Joanne Stevens Repeated tomorrow at 11am
By Mark Haddon. A gripping ten-part murder mystery, narrated by a 15-year-old who has Asperger's syndrome. When he discovers the neighbour's dog dead on the lawn with a garden fork in its side, his quest to discover the perpetrator takes him on a journey that turns his world upside down.
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