5/5. Preparation for My Solitude. Towards the end of his life, Nureyev is granted permission to return to Russia to visit his dying mother. While he himself is obviously ill, he still continues to dance, choreograph and mentor young dancers. By Julie Kavanagh. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
New series 1/6. The Lines Are Open. Six surprising stories about people in Britain today, starting with callers to BBC Radio
Newcastle's Mike Parr phone-in show, which attracts listeners from across Tyneside and Northumberland. What is it that brings these listeners together?
Producers Neil McCarthy and Nicki Hornby
3/6. Sir William attempts to woo Lady Anne with a swearing cook and a chocolate fountain, and there is a world exclusive in What Ho! magazine. Sitcom written by Kim Fuller. Producer David Tyler
New series 1/11. Roger Boiton presents listeners' views and reviews of BBC radio. Producer Brian McCluskey Repeated on Sunday
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Colin Shindler 's drama about a former footballer who failed to make Alf Ramsey 's 1966 World Cup squad, and is less than impressed with the way today's sportsmen are pampered. As he lies in a hospital bed he talks to his footballing son, who is more interested in property development than the beautiful game, and a mutual respect emerges between the two for the first time.
Producer/Director Peter Leslie Wild
4/6. Everything from bedbugs to carpet mites is on the increase. Experts say it's because we're on the move more often, and that we don't spring-clean our houses anymore. Nor do we like using so many chemicals to kill bugs, so they're becoming increasingly resistant in our warmer winters. Tom Heap joins the war against creepy-crawlies. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
5/5. Peter Grimes. George Crabbe 's poem about a man who shows no remorse after murdering his apprentices, but gets his comeuppance when the ghosts of the boys join his dead father to hound Grimes to his grave. Read by Alexander Morton. For further details see Monday
10/30. A Riot. In Paris in 1913 Stravinsky's Rite of Spring famously caused a riot.
James Naughtie asks why it created such an uproar and how it become an iconic piece of the age. Readings by Simon Russell Beale. For further details see Monday
Quentin Tarantino talks to Francine Stock about his latest film project Death Proof. Originally one half of a double bill with Robert Rodriguez 's Planet Terror, failure at the box office forced the movies to be split apart and Tarantino's was expanded to feature length.
Barry Norman on Quentin Tarantino : page 37
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From Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, where the panel includes Arts Council chairman Sir Christopher Frayling and Lib Dem environment spokesman Chris Huhne. Eddie Mair is in the Chair. Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
3/5. Who Won the Election? A leaked letter appears to advocate the legalisation of cannabis. By Nicholas Mcinerny.
Producer/Director Clive Brill
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