1/5 A tale of crime and scandal unfolds against the turbulent backdrop of 14th-century France as the friendship between Jean de Carrouges and Jacques Le Gris turns to enmity. By Eric Jager. Abridged by Richard Hamilton and read by Robert Glenister. Producer Liz Allard Repeated at 12.30am
Twenty years ago, the Broadwater Farm estate in Tottenham, North London, was devastated by noting that resulted in the death of PC Keith Blakelock. At the time Christian Wolmar was a housing reporter covering the "farm". Here, he returns to find out how it has been transformed from one of Britain's worst run-down estates into a place where tenants (more than 60 so far) are now exercising their right to buy. producer Christopher Jones
5/6. Oompahs and Camels. With more defence cuts in the offing, it becomes harder and harder to justify some aspects of military spending, though elaborate plans for the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar seem to be off limits. Christopher Lee 's comedy drama continues.
Producer Rosalind Ayres ; Director Peter Atkin
Wing Commander Bryan:
Chief Petty Officer Grieves:
How much do we really know about what we eat? This week's reports are dedicated to finding out. starting with a look at bagged salads and the methods used to keep them fresh. With Liz Barclay and John Waite.
From the golden age of the crime short story, another case involving a female sleuth, Miss Florence Cusack, one of Victorian London's cleverest and most determined private consulting detectives, investigates a case where a man state depends on his weight in gold.
1/5. The White Road. While her customers seek coffee and shelter from the Antarctic cold, Mags makes ready for a change of view. Tania Hershman 's story, read by Liza Ross , is the first in a week-long series by new writers. Producer Lisa Osborne
1/5. From the Ribble Estuary to the mouth of the Humber, Glyn Hughes sets out on a journey across northern England in search of a lost Bronze Age pathway. He uncovers ancient clues and contemporary characters along the way. Producer Lindsay Leonard
5/6. The godfather of all panel shows from the Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells. Regulars Tim Brooke -Taylor, Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer are joined by special guest Jack Dee. The chairman is Humphrey Lyttelton and Colin Sell is at the piano. producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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The verdict on the film Closer, adapted by Patrick Marber from his Olivier Award-winning play, and starring Natalie Portman , Julia Roberts , Clive Owen and Jude Law. With Mark Lawson. Producer Stephen Hughes
1/10. Free-spirited sisters Julia, Emmy and Lisbet Lockhart live in a remote rural manse with their stern father, the minister, and their cheerful but rather vague mother.
Set in the Highlands in the late 19th century, the drama unfolds as the sisters embark on their first romantic adventures. By Nancy Brysson Morrison , dramatised by Gerda Stevenson.
Other parts played by members of the cast
Producer/Director David Ian Neville Repeated from 10.45am
Mrs Lockhart/Nannie/ Mrs Wands:
Mr Lockhart/Mr Naughton:
Theatre critic Susannah Clapp tells the story of Millicent Fawcett , the reformer who campaigned to remove children from the 19th-century stage, and investigates the Victorian obsession with the juveniles who played everything from fairies to Lewis Carroll 's oyster ghosts. Featuring Siobhan Redmond as Millicent Fawcett. With dramatisations by Philip Glassborow.
Producer Philippa Ritchie
The Houses of Parliament:
An audio essay about matadors and their flirtations with death in the ring. Set in the plaza in Murcia, southern Spain, the programme includes a rare interview with Francisco Rivera Odonez , grandson of the renowned matador Antonio Odonez. With Robert Hughes and Ian Gibson. Producer Kate Bland
6/15. Don Quixote has been "captured" by his friends and brought back to La Mancha to recuperate and recover his wits. Miguel de Cervantes 's comic masterpiece is read by Andrew Sachs , abridged by Jill Waters and translated by Edith Grossman. Producer Jill Waters
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