3/6. In 1974 the Liverpool Everyman theatre assembled a group of young actors and writers who went to become household names. Sue MacGregor reunites some of the members ofthat ground-breaking team, including
Barbara Dickson , Willy Russell and Matthew Kelly. Shortened repeat from Sunday at 11.15am FM
5/5. That tripto the rural studies centre in Wales was such a good idea at the time. But look what it's s done to the kids in Francis's form. By Francis Gilbert. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Every year hundreds of people take to the Scottish hills in an attempt to reach the summits of the mountains higher than 3,000 feet. known as the Munros.
Mark Stephen meets some of the early Munroists and hears about the challenges they faced more than 50 years ago. Producer Caroline Barbour
6/6 This Is Your Life. It's excitement all round as the staff and children prepare to celebrate the return of Mrs Devon. By Jim Eldridge.
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Presented by Liz Barclay and John Waite. Including at 12.30 Face the Facts.
6/6. John Waite investigates cases in which police officers have been deliberately targeted and injured by people driving speeding cars, and the legal loophole that sees those responsible punished for a far less serious offence, such as dangerous driving.
Producer Sue Mitchell Series editor Andrew Smith
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3/6 Emily Buchanan scours the airwaves to bring the listener a cornucopia of aural delights from English-language radio stations around the world.
Producer LeonidaKrushelnycky Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
4/7. Armada. The south-west coastal path is one of the most beautiful walking routes in Britain. It's also the perfect place for explaining the events of the Spanish
Armada as Muriel Gray discovers when she s joined by author Neil Hanson. Producer Lucy Lunt
2/6. Andy Hamilton 's fast, dark comedy follows the adventures of Trevor, the sports agent, as he grapples heroically with egoists, opportunists, raging alcoholics, religious extremists and someone called Biggsy.
Producer Andy Hamilton Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
It's the week of Emma and Will's wedding, but Will is worried that Emma is getting last-minute nerves and could be about to back out. If only it were that simple.
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5/5. The Town Poor. Havingfallen on hard times, the Bray sisters have been placed out of sight on a remote farm where they won't disturb the town's conscience. A chance visit by two old friends puts their lives in shocking contrast. By Sarah Orne Jewett.
For further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Mrs Able Janes:
5/6. Sporting and sporting personalities are given too much prominence in public life
Nick Clarke chairs this debate from the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield. Listeners can also vote on the motion. To vote YES dial [number removed] To vote NO dial [number removed]
Calls cost lOp. Lines are open after 8.50pm until 2.20pm on Saturday. Producer Nick Utechin Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
A distinctive American broadcasting voice reflects on everyday America. This week's guest speaker is Geoff Nunberg , professor at Stanford University, California. Producer Jennie Walmsley Repeated Sunday 8.50am
5/5. Agents and Double Agents.
ByChristopher Isherwood. William finds that he is in danger of being sent to prison and that, following the Reichstag fire, the lives of friends are at risk. For details see Monday
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