Sue MacGregor reunites some of the key figures in Greenpeace's campaigning vessel, the Rainbow
Warrior. They recall the successful heightening of environmental issues and the night in 1985 when the ship was sabotaged and sunk by French secret service agents.
Shortened repeat from Sunday at 11.15am
Got a Story?
Gerry Anderson asks why Highland Radio in Donegal is the most successful radio station in Ireland. Is it because everyone has a story in them? It can t be the music policy. Producer Frances Byrnes
New series Comedy drama by Annie McCartney. Athird series about the bohemian residents of Marlborough Road, Belfast, who are saved from their own chaos by Sally, their cleaning lady. 1: Tunec to Moan FM.
Will Clare 's family look after new baby Gabriel en she can give a lecture in Sligo?
Roger Bolton returns with listeners' views on what they've heard on BBC Radio.
Letters: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A1QT Fax: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Brian King Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
2: Home to the Black Sea by Emily Woof. A young Tartar couple from the Crimea are separated by Stalin'sDolicvofethniccleansing. Serge Soric
Director Anastasia Tolstoy
Fishing for the Future. Sandra Sykes meets the fishermen of Loch Torridon on the north-west coast of Scotland, who use creels to catch prawns. They have fought to establish a creel-only fishing area, resulting in a thriving and sustainable prawn-fishing co-operative, bringing huge environmental benefits. Producer Julian Hector
5: The Smell of Growth by Linda Cracknell. Growing up isn't easy when you're onlyten years old -trying to be clean, good and deserving, not covered in mud and not doing the wrong thing. A lyrical tale of petty crime. Read by Frances Thorburn. For details see Monday
The sketch and impressions show, starring
Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Kevin Connolly and Mark Perry. Producer Mario Stylianides Repeated on Saturday at 12.30pm
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Francine Stock chairs the arts show and looks at the problems of staging Shakespeare's blood-soaked play Titus Andronicus , which is being revived at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, forthe first time in over 20 years. Producer Rebecca Nicholson
By Jane Austen. 5: SirThomas returns to Mansfield Park to discoverthe household in disarray.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience at Newton Stewart , Wigtownshire, puts questions to a panel that includes shadow secretary of state for Scotland Jacqui Lait, independent MSP Margo MacDonald and former Liberal Democrat leader David Steel. Producer Anne Peacock Rptd Sat 1.15pm
By Christopher Reason. The four men who make up the cooking group have been meeting once a month for ten years. However, with the onset of middle age their lives are falling apart. An attempt to recapture the spirit of theiryouth goes disastrously wrong when one of their number has to face up to the biggest crisis of all. With Mark Benton , Matthew Marsh , Matthew Wait and Nimmy March.
9: Africa. Matthew Parris grew up in Africa, and his three guests, Peter Godwin , Aminatta Forna and Aidan Hartley , have all published their memoirs of African childhood. They discuss whether Europe and Africa seem destined to misunderstand each other.
Producer Jolyon Jenkins
Crime writer Val McDermid launches her own private investigation into the life of Allan Pinkerton-the Glasgow-born man who gave the world the term
" private eye" and brought his own particular brand of justice to the Wild West. Producer Lynsey Moyes (R)
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