By Richmal Crompton. Martin Jarvis reads five more stories starring the immortal William Brown.
1: The Fete - and Fortune. A woman of mystery plays an unexpected part in the lives of several of the females of William's acquaintance. Producer RosalinedAyres Repeated at 12.30am BBC RADIO COLLECTION: A selection of Just William stories is available on CD and audio cassette from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
Presented by Andrew Graystone. Tell Out, My Soul
(Woodlands). 1 Samuel 9, W15-17, 24b-10 via. Forthe Mountains Shall Depart (Mendelssohn). Out of Darkness (Walker). With Mark Rowlmson. Director of music Christopher Stokes.
The last programme in a series about six refugees forced to leave their homeland to seek a new life in a new land. 3: Revelations. How does life as a refugee in the UK compare to life as a refugee in America, Australia or Kenya? Could they or would they ever go back? With Jatinder Verma. producer Neil George
The final episode of Lynne Truss 's comedy drama, starring Jane Asher. 4: Susan has broken her leg and is chairbound - surely nothing now can prevent 30 minutes of uninterrupted heaven with Mrs Milliner ? minuxes or uninierrupu Producer Dawn Ellis
The first round of the nationwide general knowledge quiz continues with contestants from the Midlands and East Anglia. Robert Robinson is in the chair. Producer Richard Edis Repeated on Saturday at llpm
By Robin Brooks. 1: The Extraordinary Case of Serafino Pelizzioni. Lewis, the celebrated 19th-century lawyer, gets absorbed in a seemingly impossible case in which a murderous pub brawl becomes an unprecedented miscarriage of justice. DirectorClive Brill
Money With Your Name on It? The series in which listeners explore the financial issues that make them hot underthe collar. The Inland Revenue and the Government have been criticised forthe shambolic introduction of the new tax credit system. Mike Maddison was so enraged by the chaos that he glued his hand to the desk at a local tax office in protest. Hejoins presenter Lesley Curwen to investigate What went wrong. Repeated from Saturday at 12.04pm
1: Newton's Apple. When Isaac Newton questioned why an apple should fall from a tree he could not have foreseen how authors would be using his ideas 400 years later. Ian Peacock talks to writers Bernard MacLaverty and Charlotte Jones about what attracted them to the apple. Producer Erika Wright EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
From London, with Nicholas Parsons and panellists Paul Merton , Sheila Hancock , Kit Hesketh-Harvey and Clement Freud.
Producer Claire Jones Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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Mark Lawson presents the arts show and takes on the Terminator, as Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to British cinemas in the third instalment of the tale which pitches humans against machines. Producer Martin Smith
By Emily Bronte, dramatised in 15 parts by Lucy Gough. 11: Lambs to the Slaughter. Nelly moves the story on to when Catherine and Edgar's daughter,
Cathy, has grown into a teenager, blissfully unaware of her true family history.
Director/producer Peter Leslie Wild
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The final programme in a series relating the untold stories of those who have risked their lives for love.
Belfast in the 1970s was a city riven by sectarianism. But Northern Ireland's lesbians and gay men defied the dictates of political and religious polarisation to create a vibrant community in the midst of the Troubles. Linda Pressly meets the men and women who dared - and in some cases risked their lives -to love across the Protestant-Catholic divide.
Producer Tanya Datta
Tim Whewell travels to Iraq to find out how evidence of Saddam Hussein 's crimes can be used to bring his henchmen tojustice. Whewell joins a team of British forensic archaeologists trying to identify the victims of Saddam's brutal rule. Repeated from Thursday
The Eurasian Lynx. Despite the reintroduction of the lynx into the Alps, monitoring has shown that they are barely holding theirown. Lionel Kellewaygoesto Switzerland to find out why it is essential that this particular carnivore returns to its original habitat. Producer Sheena Duncan
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