1/5. Will has been persuaded to join a group of his former students in the small Alpine resort of Mont St Bernard. Hopelessly unfashionable, and a very rusty skier, he wonders how he can possibly compete with these cool dudes and their limitless capacity for apres-ski. Will Randall reads from his hilarious account of a ski season in the French Alps. Abridged by Jane Greenwood. Producer Jane Greenwood Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: Another Long Day on the Piste by Will Randall is available in hardback for E9.99 (RRP E10.99) including p&p. To order, send a cheque, Payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to: [address removed]. Or call [number removed] (land-line calls cost no more than 8p per minute) Quoting RT, or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
Led by John Forrest. As with Gladness Men of Old (Dix). Matthew 2 vvH2. Mater Ora Filium (Wood, arr Oxley). Brightest and Best (Epiphany). With the BBC Radio 2 Choristers of the Year, Emma Whiteley and William Dutton. Director of music Richard Tanner.
2/2. Glaswegian writer and comedian Hardeep Singh
Kohli investigates the death of the corner shop. it's been estimated that by 2010 the convenience store will be a part of history, and not just because of the competition from the large supermarkets. Many Asian shopkeepers, like Hardeep's mum, only went into business to give their children the opportunities that they never had - the last thing they wanted for their offspring was to work in the family business! Producer Stephen Hughes
4/6. We Need to Talk about Brian. Clare prepares to move to a new home with Brian - until a disturbing discovery she makes while packing forces the ever-helpful social worker to question the decision. By Harry Venning and David Ram^Hpn
Producer Katie Tvrrell
New series 1/6. Romney Marsh. The local history puzzle, set in the landscape, begins with Romney Marsh , and includes invasions, water and lots of stones. Presented by Brett Westwood. Producer David Parkinson
The true story of a 16th-century Italian miller whose independent and enquiring mind led him to develop his own bizarre cosmology; in his own words: "All was chaos, that is, earth, air, water and fire were mixed together, and out of that bulk a mass formed - just as cheese is made out of milk - and worms appeared in it, and these were the angels. And the greatest of the worms was God." Written by Miles Gibson.
Producer/Director Chris Wallis
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1/5. Yesterday's Man. Recently retired from the world of full-time academia, Michael finds it hard not to feel his star is in decline, particularly as his wife's career seems to be taking off. Zita Adamson 's story, read by David Collins , begins a week of tales about characters on the sidelines. Producer Alison Crawford
2/11. Clement Freud , Kit Hesketh-Harvey, Maria McEriane and Paul Merton try to avoid hesitation, repetition or deviation in the devious panel game. Nicholas Parsons is in the chair at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells. Producer Tilusha Ghelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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1/5. A young Englishman falls in love with a beautiful French actress, but the arrival of his elderly aristocratic uncle changes everything.
By David Garnett , dramatised by John Peacock.
Producer/Director Celia de Wolff Repeated from 10.45am
O The untold story of the crucial 1964 US election, a fight between Barry Goldwater , Lyndon B Johnson and jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. Dizzy believed in civil rights, withdrawing from Vietnam and recognising communist China. He also wanted to make Miles Davis the head Of the CIA. Producer Kate Taylor
7/8. Conservation - Embracing Change. How behaviour in wildlife is altering in the face of climate change. Gabrielle Walker hears from members of the biological community who believe the challenge can be faced, but that it comes with a stark warning to humanity. Producer Beatrice Fenton
6/10. Twenty-Seven Pounds of Solid Ice. Farce and friction on Thanksgiving morning. Debora Weston continues to read from Suzanne Berne 's novel of how family grief can splinter lives. Abridged by Doreen Estall. Producer Amber Barnfather
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