5/5. Jennie is increasingly uncertain about her future as Tiger's personal editor and ghostwriter. But can she face giving up the ghost? By Jennie Erdal , read by Colette O'Neil. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
A story of modern technology pitted against established craftsmanship, played out in the rarefied atmosphere of the ballet studio. Felicity Finch balances the claims of rival ballet-shoe makers who are striving to keep the world s finest dancers "on point". Producer Tom Alban
1/6. College has been drawn together by the death of one of its most prominent dons - celebrity TV historian, Peter Devanti. An ex-student Simon Harrison, now working for the Health and Safety Executive, begins to wonder whether Devanti's death was as straightforward as it first appeared. Comedy drama by Mark Tavener, set in a small Cambridge college. With Geoffrey Palmer and Samuel West.
Producer Dawn Ellis
5/10. Roger Bolton selects listeners' comments, queries, criticisms and congratulations from his mailbag and inbox and redirects them towards BBC radio programme and policy makers.
Producer Margaret Budy Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
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When Jerome and his girlfriend Audrey move into their first house together it seems the only cloud on their horizon is Audrey's mother, who thinks Audrey should have stayed with golden boy, Trevor. To prove his worth,
Jerome embarks on an ambitious programme of DIY.
But pretty soon, he wishes he hadn't. Comedy drama by Conal Creedon. set in Dublin.
Producer/Director Jim Poyser
5/5. Bug Roofs. canvey island in Essex may seem an unlikely haven for wildlife but this brownf leld site is jam-packed with rare and special insects. As plans go ahead to build a business park on the site, Yvonne Ellis discovers what steps are being taken to accommodate the insects and protect their habitat. But not everyone is happy about the development, as Ellis finds out. Producer Caroline Williams
5/5 At the End of the Day. A man returning home from Glasgow to Euston carries a strange gift for his newborn daughter. Written by Andrew O'Hagan , read by Paul Blair. Producer Eilidh McCreadie For further details see Monday
4/9 The programme that cross-examines the law and the legal system continues to unpick the complex world of international law and analyse the week's legal stories. Presented by Clive Coleman. producer Jim Frank
7/10 The finest topical comedy panel game known to radio. Presided over by Simon Hoggart. Recorded at the Leicester Comedy Festival.
Producer Katie Tyrrell Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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5/5. David (John Wood ), one of the judges of the garden competition, has donated a prize in memory of the man he shared his house with, a relationship that was more complex than it first appears. The competition brings back painful memories. By Helen Brandom. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
This week's discussion, chaired byJonathan Dimbleby, comes from Bingham Hall , Cirencester, where an audience puts questions on topical issues to a panel. Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Twenty five years ago the morality campaigner Mrs Mary Whitehouse brought a prosecution against Michael Bogdanov, director of the National Theatre, over the production of Howard Brenton's The Romans in Britain, which included a simulated male rape. Based on interviews, transcripts and diaries, Mark Lawson's drama-documentary reconstructs the events of this famous freedom-of-speech case from rehearsals to the sensational trial at the Old Bailey. Actors Peter Sproule and Greg Hicks appear as themselves, with Eleanor Bron as Mrs Mary Whitehouse and Simon Callow as Peter Hall.
Producer Robyn Read: Director Simon Curtis
Mark Lawson on theatre in the dock: page 123
5/10. Animal Lovers. The novelist and former vet Manda Scott , the writer and explorer Hugh Thomson , and the chef and food writer Gerard Baker write and talk about animal lovers. With Matthew Parris. Producer Isobel Eaton
Many people with learning difficulties want their lives to have a spiritual dimension, and those with mental health problems often express similar needs. Kati Whitaker meets people from both groups who have found their own answers, in or outside traditional religion. Producer Kristine Pommert
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