2/3. Li Guoqing was a teenage red guard in Chairman
Mao's notorious cultural revolution and, with the constant threat of starvation, was forced to steal and eat dog meat to survive. In the second of this series from China, Peter White joins Guoqing and retraces his journey to find out how the people are faring and to see if anyone remembers him and his boyish misdemeanours. Producer Cheryl Gabriel
3/6. And So to Bath. It's Edinburgh; it's springtime, and life is supposedly moving on. But with relocation in the air and a school reunion to be negotiated with Fiona and Ruth, Caroline doesn't know whether she's going or coming.
Hilary Lyon 's second series of the comedy drama centring on the lives of three 40-ish friends.
Producer Gordon Kennedy ; Director Marilyn Imrie
Trampy little nurse:
Topical consumer issues with Liz Barclay , including at
12.30 Face the Facts. John Waite reveals the truth about a property company that left small businesses and UK pension funds with losses running into millions. Vou and Vours series editor Andrew Smith
Face the Facts is repeated on Sunday at 9pm
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Offbeat thriller by Alastair Jessiman. Police call in a psychic to help find a missing woman. Thomas Soutar is adept at solving crimes - but is his extraordinary gift a blessing or a curse?
Producer/Director Bruce Young
DC Sharon Webb:
2/6. Living without Oil. Sweden aims to be the first nation to live without oil by 2020. The Swedes claim it will gain them an economic and technological lead over the rest of the world. But can they pull it off, and should Britain follow their lead? Tom Heap investigates. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
A celebration of the nature diaries kept by Radio 4 listeners that came to light after the broadcast of The First Cuckoo and the Last Swallow in August 2005.
Dave Thompson talks about his snow diary in which for 40 years he has recorded the snow fall in Counteshorpe near Leicester. Farmer Russell pollinger kept a diary of his
Devon farm from the first day in 1946. Simon Ginn in Perthshire discovered his great-grandfather's journal in the drawer of an old desk; it contains the dates of the first sighting of the cuckoo dating back to the 1880s. The information is being used to help Tim Sparks , environmental scientist at the Department of Ecology and Hydrology, put together a picture of Britain's changing climate. Presented by Mark Whitaker. Producer Janet Graves
5/5. After five years at the Shanghai Music Conservatory and a romantic exchange of letters, Namu returns to her home in the Chinese Himalayas. By Shaun MacLoughlin. For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Manchester puts questions on the issues of the week to cricket commentator Henry Blofeld , professor of contemporary history at the University of London Peter
Hennesy, former Labour MP Stephen Twigg - now director of the Foreign Policy Centre, and the author
Louise Bagshawe. Producer Lisa Jenkinson Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Fifty years ago, Kinsey paid the price for discovering the clitoris and the truth about sexual behaviour in the US.
This tragicomedy tells how the safest man on the dullest campus in the whole of the American Midwest came to change our world, only to be hounded to his death for it. By Steve Coombs.
Director Peter Kavanagh
5/5. By Truman Capote. Clyde brings Grady back to
New York from East Hampton, where she's been staying with her sister. They hit the city streets and everything comes to a head. For further details see Monday
Michael Roberts , broadcaster, film buff and impersonator of (mostly dead) film stars, presents his comic take on the movie industry's love affair with fear. This personal journey through the best, the worst and, above all, the funniest of cinema's chiller-thrillers is taken in the company of three of his favourite actors: Boris Karloff , Vincent Price and Peter Lorre. Producer Frank Stirling
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