In a tall, thin house by the sea, a tall, not-so-thin man makes an important discovery: seven scripts of the animated cult children's series Noggin the Nog that have never been filmed. What are their chances now? A sensitive portrait of Oliver Postgate, creator of such children's TV classics as Noggin the Nog, The Clangers and Bagpuss, with contributions from his son, Daniel, co-creator Peter Firmin and Aardman Animations' Nick Park. Producer Jane Ray
Continuing the new series of Jim Eldridge's comedy drama about a fictional inner-city school.
"The child is father of the man." Wordsworth might have had young Iqbal in mind when he wrote that.
Roger Bolton with listeners' views and opinions on BBC radio programmes and policy.
Produces Penny Vine and Kathleen Griffin Repeated Sunday 8pm
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By Ian Curteis. 4: Ferdy and May decide to go on a painting holiday to Wales, only to find themselves trapped in an adventure involving burglary ana baked beans.
Director Marc Beeby
Sreengrocers Gregg Wallace and Charlie Hicks
:elebrate the Fourth of Julywith an appreciation of :oleslaw, assisted by food writer Richard Ehrlich. Phone: [number removed], lines open from 1.30pm Producer Rebecca Moore
5: Sounding the Divine. In the last of this week's programmes, James O'Donnell talks to composer
John Tavener and asks what lies in store for religious music in the 21st century and whether music can continue to provide a window into the the eternal and the transcendent. For details see Monday
More wry takes on the week's news with Simon Hoggart , Jeremy Hardy , Linda Smith ,
Marcus Brigstocke and guest, from Blackpool Grand Theatre. Producer Simon Nicholls Repeated on Saturday at 12.30pm
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John Wilson presents the arts show and reports on Robert Lindsay 's debut at the National Theatre in Power, a new play by Nick Dear about debauchery, corruption and intrigue at the court of Louis XIV. Producer Horatio Clare
By Elizabeth E Banks. 5: Crossing Sweeper
Lizzie disguises herself as a crossing sweeper to confront the fashionable notion that they are really well-to-do. With Barbara Barnes as Lizzie Banks. With Tom George , Priyanga Elan , Carolyn Jones , Andrew Harrison , Ben Crowe and Bruce Purchase.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
By Rosemary Kay. Hope is an excellent doctorwith impeccable references. She's also black, five-foot nothing, and falsely accused of sexual assault. A documentary-style piece about one woman, struggling for justice and dignity.
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