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Frederic Raphael , who talks to Sue Lawley about his choice of music to take to the mythical island, and about his life and career. Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
On 14 February, 1956, the Soviet leader, Nikita Khrushchev , convened the 20th Communist Party Congress, the first since Stalin's death three years earlier. On the final day, Khrushchev strode to the podium and claimed his moment in history with a four-hour speech against his predecessor and mentor. Tim Whewell examines why Khrushchev made this bold move and raises the question - is the speech still shaking the Kremlin and Russian politics today? Producer Leonida Krushelnycky
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A kindly comedy by Christine Marshall. Cissie Weaver doesn't feel very neighbourly towards her arch-enemy next door, Nora Siddall. But when the two warring septuagenarians decide to argue things out, they find themselves in a right pickle.
Producer/Director Jenny Stephens
5/5. Sustainable Housing. Dylan Winter explores whether it is possible to build affordable homes that can incorporate environmentally friendly practices to help reduce the negative impact that homes can have on the environment. Producer Sheena Duncan
5/5. There's a Fine Line between an Elvis Suit and a Babygro Ellie is on a long-awaited trip to Manchester. She's relaxed, confident and looking forward to seeing her sister.
Everything would be perfect - if only the man in the seat opposite would calm down. By Denise Mina. Read by Gabriel Ouigley. For details see Monday
3/8. Simon Hoggart presides over the topical panel game. Producer Katie Tyrrell Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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Tony decides to count his blessings.
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With Kirsty Lang , including an interview with controversial Danish film director Lars von Trier , whose new film Manderlay focuses on the legacy of slavery in the American South. Producer Thomas Morris
5/5. An Honourable Man. Nina is called to be the interpreter to Mazher from Pakistan, who's very ill but doesn't appear to understand the serious nature of his condition. Her job is to help him to listen, but instead she gets him to talk about his life, his love and his sacrifice. By Anjum Malik. For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
8/13. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience at Morley College in London puts questions to a panel that includes the Liberal Democrat MP Chris Huhne. Producer Lisa Jenkinson Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Julia was raped during the Balkan conflict of the 1990s and had a son, Zero. Five years on, she struggles to live with both the horror of his conception and the love she feels for the boy. When her husband Mesud finally returns from the fighting, he is confronted with a child that is not just a victim of war, but also an act of war. By Olivia Hetreed , adapted from the novel Music for the Third Ear by Susan Schwartz Senstad.
Other parts played by members of the cast and Ayesha Antoine Producer/Director Rosalynd Ward
5/10. Money. Victoria Coren 's guests discussing filthy lucre are William Cash , the aptly named journalist who has set up a magazine for the very rich; Anna Raeburn , the agony aunt who has signed on for the jobseekers' allowance; and Jay Benedict , an actor who has been the voice Of a biscuit. Producer Miles Warde
: a History of Speciality Acts
In the days of Variety, some of the most popular acts on the theatre bills were the lion-tamers, jugglers, diminutive contortionists, strongwomen, and magicians. But with the advent of television, their popularity waned. Comic and writer Paul Harris presents. Producer Libby cross
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