Traffic wardens have never been popular, but things nave never been as nasty on the streets as they are now. Sierra
Leonean broadcaster Ade Daramy spends a week on the streets of Kensington and Chelsea with West African parking attendants. Producer Anna Raphael
1/4. Johnny Street and Arthur Lane are a pair of Yorkshire builders in a white van - "Up your Street, Down your Lane" - who battle out their partnership and their future as they tackle a plethora or household repairs. This week it's a patio job at the home of warring couple Christine and Tom Rose.
Great northern man:
Presented by Winifred Robinson. including at
12.30 Face the Facts
5/6. In one year south Lincolnshire police investigated two murders and an organised heroin ring. But millions or pounds of tax-payer's money was wasted as each case collapsed - not through lack of evidence, but because of police wrongdoing. A programme that examines the world of covert surveillance.
Series editor Andrew Smith Face the Facts repeated on Sunday at ypm PHONE: [number removed] email: youandyoursi5bbc.co.uk
3/7. Lucy Ash looks at how radio stations report on housing and architecture; from the harrowing stories of house-burning and evictions in Zimbabwe to the Celtic musicians of Ireland describing the relationship between music ana architecture. Producer Daniel Tetlow Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
A play specially written for Paul Scofield , who plays a deeply troubled Michelangelo returning to Florence to view his statue of the boy David - "flesh caught in stone" - for the last time. By David Pownall.
Director Martin Jenkins
5/5. BBC Paris correspondent Allan Little introduces extracts from some of the most memorable writing ot the Second World War. Anthony Howell reads from
Australian-born Alan Moorehead 's dispatches, including an account of Field Marshal Montgomery taking the German surrender.
5/5. Richard Collins encounters the region's long tradition of radicalism in a chance interview with eco-warrior Jose Bove. After hearing from an expert how to dismantle a fast-food restaurant in broad daylight, he tracks the final leg of the migration as the sheep finally arrive at their summer resort on Mount Aigoual. The sight and sounds of the flock careering about for sheer joy is a rewarding end to an arduous trek.
1/2. Another chance to hear the Dead Ringers team in an Edinburgh Festival special from 2002. With Jan Ravens ,
Jon Culshaw , Kevin Connolly , Mark Perry and Phil Cornwell. Producer Bill Dare Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
5/5. The End of Summer. Etsuko, now the widowed
Mrs Sheringham , tries to talk to her English daughter Niki about her past, and put the suicide of her elder daughter into perspective, coloured by her shifting memories. For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
4/6. Debate on issues of perennial interest, chaired by Nick Clarke in front of a specially invited audience.
Listeners can vote on the motion: "Best medical practice must include complementary treatments". From Nuffield Theatre, University of Southampton.
Producer Nick Utechin Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
To vote YES dial [number removed]0311 To vote NO dial [number removed]0322
Calls cost lOp Lines are open after 8.50pm until 2.20pm tomorrow
On a cheap package holiday in Crete, Annie and Ray are looking forward to a quiet week by the hotel pool. They discover that travel broadens the mind whether you want it to or not. By Simon Block.
Director Mary Peate
Man at front:
5/11. A Nudge and a Wink. Is there too much frivolity in our lives, or is having a laugh the only way to survive? Matthew Parris makes a plea for more gravity in public life, in the company of Arabella Weir , Martin Newell and Dave Cohen. As all three make a living from poking fun at whatever targets they can find, his request is likely to fall on deaf ears.
Producer Miles Warde
How should the work and reputations of writers be protected after their death? Martin Wainwright seeks enlightenment from Amanda Conquy , Andrew Motion and Michael Holroyd. With contributions from the late Humphrey Carpenter. Producer Merilyn Harris
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