1/5. Diana Souhami interweaves her colourful personal voyage to Pitcairn Island with the dark and compelling tale of the island's history. She meets her larger-than-life travel companion and ruminates on The Bounty fateful voyage to Polynesia. Read by Eleanor Bron and abridged by Diana Souhami. Producer wrsty Williams Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: Coconut Chaos is available for £1330 (RRP 14.99) incl p&p. To order, send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to [address removed]or call [number removed] (calls from landlines cost no more than 8p per min) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com.
Led by the Rev Stephen Shipley. Will you Come and Follow
Me (Kelvingrove). Mark 10, W12-22, Give Alms of Thy
Goods (Tye). And Did Those Feet (Jerusalem). Organist
Jeffrey Makinson. Director of music John Kowen.
2/2. Kevin Bocquet tells the story of one of the first cases where the law was able to prevent the profits of crime going to the criminals after the passing of the Proceeds of Crime Act. He relates how millions of pounds made from some of the biggest drug deals in the UK were traced. Producer Steve Taylor
4/6. The Loneliness of the Long Distance Lover. It's
Edinburgh, it's summer, and the living isn't easy. Caroline's ex-husband finds himself a new husband, Fiona 's mother finds herself lost and Ruth gets lost trying to find herself.
Our Celtic trio struggle to make sense of it a but booze and bedlam ensue. Comedy drama by Hilary Lyon ,
Producer Gordon Kennedy ; Director Marilyn Imrie
The Rev Nicholas:
The charming story of Jim Conlon 's fervent attempt to cure his hypochondriac mother. John B Keane story, dramatised by Kerry Lee Crabbe. starring Ardal O'Hanlon.
Producer Gemma McMullan
1/5. Autarky. On a family holiday in Tuscany, a teenage boy views his parents with all the scorn he can muster.
Joe Dunthorne 's story is read by Matt Green and is the first in a week of original stories by new writers. Producer Lisa Osborne
1/5. in Britain there persists a widespread misunderstanding about how the art world really works.
Alvin Hall has collected art for 20 years. He debunks the myths of the art world as he takes a journey from the artist to the gallery, and the collector and the critic. Producer Richard Vadon
New series 1/6. David Mitchell hosts this brand new game in which panellists are encouraged to tell lias and compete against one another to see how many items of truth they are able to smuggle past their opponents. With Tony Hawks, Frankie Boyle ,
Neil Mullarkey and Marcus Brigstocke. producer Jon Naismith
1/5. Josh is looking forward to Diane's impending release from prison. But his foster mother, Janet, is worried that living with Diane may not be the best thing for him. A drama by Jackie Pavienko about Diane, a young mother newly released from prison and her attempts to bond with her young son.
Producer/Director Marc Beeby Repeated from 10.45am
2/3. Justin Webb continues his examination of anti-
Americanism in Venezuela and other South American countries, where he discovers how leaders such as President Hugo Chavez have harnessed these feelings and used them in the political arena. Producer Bill Law
6/7. India. Gay sex is a crime in India. So when the son of a maharajah came out publicly in the conservative state of Gujarat, he was shunned by his family and the local community. But Manvendra Singh Gohil is unfazed. His non-governmental organisation - committed to fighting HIV/Aids - is breaking new ground by working with the wives of men who have sex with men to protect them and their husbands from the virus. Repeated from Thursday
Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it! And it turns out that it's the females who are doing it a lot more than we might think. Genetic markers have shown that female promiscuity is much more common than previously thought - across the whole animal kingdom from humans and birds to aquatic insects. Sue Broom explores its evolutionary role and asks if it should be valued rather than condemned, producer Fiona Roberts
11/15. In Jed Rubenfeld 's bestselling thriller, set in New York in 1909, Sigmund Freud and his American disciple Stratham Younger are treating the victim of a sadomasochistic attack. The police believe the details of her case are almost identical to the murder of a beautiful socialite, Elizabeth Riverford , and they now know the identity of the killer. Read by William Hope and Martin T Sherman. Abridged by Chris Dolan. producer Bruce Young RT DIRECT: To order the paperback of The Interpretation of Murder for E7.99 incl p&p, send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to [address removed] or call [number removed] (landline calls cost no more than 8p per min) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
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