Love is in the air as stories of holiday romance Ding to life well-loved destinations from home and abroad
From a 1950s love affair in Jersey to an independent Alaskan adventure; from a 1960s school-exchange trip to a seaside affair with a criminal in the 1980s, each story explores the "holiday" side of us that we perhaps never knew existed. Producer Nicola Humphries
1/4. Though Joyce Cornthwaite is dead, she still guides Stan's every step. So when Ethel Sumner sets her cap at this eligible widower, she finds her efforts thwarted by a voice from beyond the grave.
By David Holt.
Roger Bolton with listeners' opinions and comments on BBC radio programmes and policy.
Producer Margaret Budy Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
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4/4. Tears of the Giraffe. Mr JLB Matekoni has a surprise for Mma Ramotswe, owner and founder of the No 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. Meanwhile, the case of the missing American still has to be solved. Written and dramatist hv Alexander McCall Smith.
Director Gaynor Macfarlane
5/5. Away from It All. Every weekend their lavishly renovated cottage in Carnbeg provides a professional couple with a rural refuge from the Edinburgh rat race.
But then a kind of homesickness sets in. Read by Michael Mackenzie. For details see Monday
5/5. Nikki Santichatsak came to the UK from Thailand determined to make a success of her new life. Thejourney has taken herfrom timid market-traderto restaurant-chain tycoon, with many challenges along the way. For details see Monday
New series 1/9 Clive Coleman returns with the series that deals with legal issues of the week. Why has the Government's manifesto pledge to reform the law on corporate killing been delayed? Producer mnesBowen
New series 1/6. The topical comedy panel returns, with Alan Coren and special guests, and Simon Hoggart in the chair.
Producer Simon Nicholls Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion at King Henry VIII School, Coventry. The panel includes the Labour candidate for Normanton, Ed Balls , the shadow Home
Secretary David Davis , Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Ros Scott, and the columnist Peter Hitchens. Producer Victoria Wakely Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Atense political thriller set in the near future, by Sean O'Brien. When a unit of British peace-keepers is attacked in Afghanistan, all the evidence points to a "friendly fire" incident. Yet the Allies seem determined to cover it up. An investigative journalist is determined to discover the truth, but sinister forces are at work.
Other characters played by members of the cast Director Jim Poyser
Sgt Cooper/McCracken/Mr Clifford:
New series 1/10. Michael Collins. Film producer
David Puttnam nominates the Irish nationalist leader for great-life status in the first programme of the biographical series. Joined by historian Tim Pat Coogan , Lord Puttnam explores what distinguishes terrorists from freedom fighters and statesmen. Producer Mark Smalley
Poet LemnSissay enters the curious, involuntary world of that most telling of human responses, the shiver.
But what exactly is a shiver and why do we have such a complicated relationship with it? From the freezing cold of the Antarctic to the studio of one of Britain's most successful composers, Sissay seeks out the shiver in its many Chilling and thrilling guises. Producer Philip Sellars
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