1/5. DeiaView. In this delightful memoir, musician and designer Tomas Graves , son of the poet Robert Graves , explores the parts and culture of Majorca that tourists don't reach. He was brought up on the holiday island and has lived there most of his adult life. Read by Philip Jackson. Producer Chris Wallis Rptd at 12.30am
Following British and American troops on patrol, Hugh Sykes goes back to the troubled cities of Basra and Baghdad. He meets some of the ordinary people attempting to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the war and years of misrule under Saddam Hussein. Producer Mark Savage
4/6. Space Perception. Stella, fed up with her family, wants to put her house on the market and move to the country. But before she can approach the estate agents, she must make friends with her neighbours - not so easy after years of animosity and solicitors letters. Sitcom by Lucy Clare and Ian Davidson.
Producer/Director Elizabeth Freestone
2/13. Grimsby take on Portsmouth in another contest of general knowledge and tactical risk-taking between teams of quiz enthusiasts around Britain. Hosted by Peter Snow. Producer Paul Bajoria Repeated on Saturday at llpm
4/5. An unlikely and touching relationship forms between a former dancer, suffering from a rare, degenerative disorder, and the girl who is sentenced to community service in reparation for snatching her bag. As Becky comes to Anna's house every day to help with the cleaning, a friendship develops that is soon to be tested. By Helen East and Ruth Jones.
Producer/Director Katherine Beacon
1/5. A series examining five different musical styles, each with their own dress code and aehaviour, that enable people to relate to and engage with the world on their terms.
Ska. First up is Paul Williams , a Specials fan - did he get "too much too young"? Producer Alan Hall
9/10. Philippa Gregory , Alain de Botton , Philip Henser and Robin Oakley exchange favourite quotations and anecdotes. From the British Library, London. Nigel Rees is in the chair and the reader is Chris Emmett. Producer Carol Smith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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1/10. Winter has come to Evensford and, as the first snowflakes of 1931 settle, Richardson, a young reporter on the local paper, watches as Lydia Aspen , who has come to live with her two aunts, passes by in a Daimler. He is told to "go and get the story" by his editor. By HE Bates , dramatised by Vivienne Allen.
Director Tracey Neale Repeated from 10.45am
2/3. Sexpionage. During the Cold War years, the KGB and the Stasi institutionalised the use of sex and seduction to achieve their aims. Linday Pressly hears the story of "Agent Scot", a British KGB agent employed during the 1970s as a "romeo" spy. She also meets a former secretary in the American embassy in Bonn who was duped into handing over hundreds of documents to her Stasi lover. Producer Linda Pressly
6/8. In the wake of the Beslan school tragedy,
Tim Whewell travels to Russia's restive north Caucasus to find disturbing evidence that terrorism is spreading through the region. What are the links to radical Islam? And can Russia contain the threat? Repeated from Thursday
1/2. With wild sea-fish stocks at an all-time low, it is now commercially viable to research and produce fish that were previously thought impossible to farm, like cod, haddock and halibut. Sue Broom reports on the revolution in fish farming, Producer Sue Broom
1/10. Just why does a wife, aged 64 and apparently content, suddenly plan to leave her highly successful author husband of more than
4U years? Liza Ross reads Meg Wolitzer 's acerbic and astonishing new novel. Producer Di Speirs
Adam Fowler travels to Alaska to explore the mystery and beauty of the aurora borealis. With the help of natural radio recordists, scientific input, native Alaskan folklore, music and poetry, he investigates whether the lights really do make a sound.
Producer Kate Bissell
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