5/5. Time for Bed. Joe Moran 's look at the routines and rituals that mark key events of the day examines the journey the bedroom has taken from spartan wasteland to softly lit, comfy sleeping chamber. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
When Hilary Finch , classical music critic of The Times, was heard by her goddaughter confessing on radio that she'd never heard Queen's Bohemian
Rhapsody, her goddaughter decided to compile a CD of songs a godmother really should know. With songwriters Chris Difford (ex-Squeeze) and Tom Robinson. Producer Alan Hall
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3/4. Billie's journey into adulthood continues among the bohemian community of exiles in the Mediterranean, but it's not long before she returns to the sanity that is London. By Sybille Bedford, dramatised by Melissa Murray.
Producer/Director Celia de Wolff
Roger Bolton with listeners' opinions and comments on BBC radio programmes and policy. Producer Tracey Logan Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
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: Jane and Tom - theReal Pride and Prejudice
Elizabeth Lewis 's dramatisation of events revealed in letters sent from Jane Austen to her sister, Cassandra, telling the story of her love for the young Irishman, Tom Lefroy. The couple are introduced at a Christmas ball, where they discover a mutual passion for literature.
Producer/Director Celia de Wolff
5/5. Rose. Shop-owner Rose reveals why she has been behaving in such an odd manner while things have fallen apart around her. By Nancy Harris and Louise Ramsden.
For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the topical discussion from Bristol where the panel includes Peter Tatchell the human rights activist. and a prospective Parliamentary candidate for the Green Party.
Producer Peter Griffiths Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
2/3. Political drama by AvieLuthra Newly elected MP Bobby Khan is caught in a series of personal and political dilemmas: his cousin is in prison after Bobby's reports him to the police, and the local community is putting pressure on him to get involved in a murder case.
Producer/Director Pauline Harris
212. Rosamund Kidman Cox asks what species zoos should be breeding and how the animals that remain in zoos can contribute to the conservation of their wild cousins. Captive breeding in the animals' native home has proved to be successful and new partnerships between conservation organisations and zoos might be the answer. Producer Sheena Duncan
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