6/8. The Siege of Sarajevo. Sue MacGregor travels to Sarajevo to reunite civilians who were prisoners in their own city from 1992 to 1995 during the longest siege in the history of modern warfare. Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. Difficult Cases. Patricia meets Harry, a farmer with a severly disfigured back, who's only four foot four. She decides to do her utmost for him. And a country bank manager uses his powers of accountancy to judge whether a potential match is a good risk. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Martha Kearney.
Call [number removed]0444 to give your views on the topic of the week Lines will be open from 8am (national rate)
10.45 Valley of the Dolls By Jacqueline Susann. 10/15. The Woman's Hour drama.
For details see drama repeat at 7.45pm
Martin Bell , journalist and former MP, tells the story of his remarkable father, the essayist, novelist and country writer Adrian Bell , who not only invented the Times crossword, but also compiled it for 50 years. In 1920
Adrian Bell left London to become a farmer's apprentice in Suffolk and spent most of the rest of his life as a dedicated countryman. His semi-autobiographical novel trilogy Corduroy, Silver Ley and The Cherry Tree became a classic of 20th-century rural writing. Producer ivan Howlett
3/4. The intrepid pair of Yorkshire builders, Johnny Street and Arthur Lane, are augmented by Tina, a glamorous young woman on work-experience, as they seek out the origins of a nasty smell in a local school under the nose of caretaker and music-theatre aficionado Sidney Sanderson. By Dave Sheasby and Ian McMillan.
5/7. This week Rosie Goldsmith looks at how business is reported by radio stations around the world. She meets the presenter of the first station for mothers and hears about the six South African business radio programmes all competing for the same 6pm primetime slot. Producer Daniel Tetlow Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
Radio Play is a programme that plays in Colin's head. It's a particularly interesting show about the history of the mouth organ. When Colin meets Beth, the new receptionist at the doctor's surgery, she seems to be able to hear Colin's radio programme too. But Beth doesn't hear quite the same things he does. She's certain the programme is about the balalaika. Is this, as Doctor Proctor suspects, an extraordinary phenomenon in modern psychology or is there something more.... well, universal at work? By Ali Smith.
Producer/Director Lu Kemp
5/5. Fifty Pounds. Phillip and Lally are flat broke. So when Lally receives news that a recently deceased aunt has left her a large sum of money, she is over the moon. Will this put an end to all their troubles? For details see Monday
5/5 From the Australian beetle that turned up in a pub to alien plant invaders, Matthew Parris concludes his exploration of London's wildlife with a look at unusual species. He also tries to predict what the wildlife of the City will be in a century's time. For details see Monday
1/2. The best stand-up and comedians' tales about hilarious Edinburgh moments past and present, hosted by Chris Addison from this year's Edinburgh Festival. Producer Claire Bartlett Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
6/6. Debate on issues of perennial interest, chaired by Nick Clarke in front of a specially invited audience.
Listeners can vote on the motion: "Multiculturalism has never been so important". From Eastbury Manor House, Barking, Essex. 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
By Normi Noel , and starring Sigourney Weaver.
A compelling portrait of a former Vietnam triage nurse as she struggles with the flashback phantoms that disrupt her life and haunt her dreams. Producer/Director Gregory Whitehead
At the end of the summer thousands of pilgrims assemble in one of the remotest parts of the USA to take part in a ritual known as "Burning Man". What started off as one man's personal symbolic gesture 20 years ago has become a week of extravagant excess in the middle of the desert. Peter Day travelled to Black Rock City to take part. Producer Neil Koenig
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