1/5. Operation Vegetarian. Readings from George Rosie 's collection of essays on some of the more unexpected aspects of Scotland's history, beginning with the story of the Second World War plan to drop millions of anthrax-filled cakes on the cattle of Hitler's Germany. Read by Simon Tait. Producer Bruce Young Repeated at 12.30am
In January 2004, families in Selby talked about their prospects in the run-up to the closure of the local coalfield. A year later this programme looks at how they have fared, and at how Selby itself is surviving the loss of more than 2,000 jobs. Producer Sally Chesworth
6/6. Hello Sailor. There are some in the Ministry of Defence who feel that planning the Trafalgar Day 200th anniversary celebrations is taking attention away from more important concerns about the future of the military; but the one might - just might - provide our brave boys with an opportunity to do something about the other. Christopher Lee 's comedy drama concludes.
Producer Rosalind Ayres ; Director Peter Atkin
Wing Commander Bryan:
Chief Petty Officer Grieves:
3/4.The Golden Slipper. The vivacious Miss Violet
Strange shines in the best New York society. But, unknown to her friends, she is also a professional agency detective. In a case from 1910, she investigates "the Inseparables", four rich, young woman suspected of a series of thefts. By Anna Katherine Green. Dramatised by Roger Danes.
Producer/Director Patrick Rayner
1/5. A Cut Above. A funeral in the Scottish borders uncovers a long-held secret in the Thorburn family history. Alison Fell 's story is the first in a week-long series located in the border territories of the British Isles. Read by Siobhan Redmond. Producer Emma Harding
1/5. Tony Russell looks at five foreign plants that have run rampant away from their country of origin. Japanese knotweed was introduced to the UK by the Victorians who prized it for its red stems. It is now one of the hardest Weeds to eradicate. Producer Trevor Taylor
6/6. Back for a second week at the Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells, regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor , Graeme Garden , Barry Cryer and chairman Humphrey Lyttelton provide homespun wireless entertainment for the young at heart. With special guest Jeremy Hardy and Colin Sell at the piano.
Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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6/10. A year has gone by, but can Julia move on from the heartbreak of last winter? 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 Lonie/lnnkeeper's wife:
Mr Boyd/Uncle Octavius/Toll-Man:
In 1969, a band of Native Americans invaded the former prison island of Alcatraz. Their daring occupation lasted for 19 months. During that time, the tiny island became the epicentre of the struggle for Native American rights. Tanya Datta hears from the original occupiers, Sioux, Apache and Shoshone among others, about how a prison was transformed into a beacon of hope. Producer Tanya Datta
Beautiful, expressive, plaintive and sometimes ugly, the violin crosses all musical genres. Sara Parker explores our relationship with the instrument - from concert hall to pub and street corner, violin-making evening class to practice room. In this imaginative musical journey she discovers the allure of an instrument that can be cradled like a baby or embraced like a lover. Producer sara Parker
3/9. Amazon Adventure. Trawling through the wildlife-rich waters of the Amazon basin, the largest river basin in the world, Adrian Barnett discovers the transparent catfish and electric eels, and attempts to spot the elusive giant Otter. Producer Julian Hector Repeated tomorrow at 11am
11/15. Don Quixote and his faithful squire become guests of a duke and duchess. 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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