2/6. Show Girls. A series exploring the sometimes surprising lives of people in Britain today Vanessa is a glamour model who has travelled the world earning good money. She has just met Paul, the love of her life, and, five months pregnant, has decided to take a break from podium dancing and posing for Punters. Producers Julie Gatenby and Sara Jane Hall
4/6. Sir John decides to open a theme park inside his castle, and Sam Tree is determined to saw UnicornForest. Elsewhere, Anne and Producer David Tyler
2/11. Listeners' views on BBC radio programmes. Presented by Roger Bolton.
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The story of a man caught up in events as the small African state of Benin descended into chaos and bloodshed. Based on the memoirs of writer and traveller
Bruce Chatwin , and dramatised by Annie Caulf ield.
Director Marina Caidarone
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5/5. The Night of the Quicken Trees 2/2. By Claire Keegan. It's Christmas, and after welcoming a long-haired woman into his home, the priest's electricity goes out. Read by Fiona Shaw. For further details see Monday
15/30. Jazz. The development of jazz music, which drew on the singing of spirituals and the early blues. James Naughtie charts its growth in popularity and the ways in which established classical composers were influenced by it. The reader is Tom Hollander. For further details see Monday
Fallon hopes to pick the fruits of her labour.
Written by Simon Firth
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5/5. The final part of Shelagh Stephenson 's comic study of loneliness sees Rowan and Catherine abandon the personal columns, and their friends opt for direct action.
For cast and further details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
4/5. The Rule of Law. The launch of Islam UK, a campaign for the inclusion of the Muslim community, is threatened when an Islamic tribunal flouts UK law. By Mike Harris.
Producer/Director Clive Brill
5/10. By Khaled Hosseini. The Soviet troops have been beaten into retreat and are set to leave Kabul, as Mujahidin fighters prepare to reclaim the city. Meanwhile, Laila's thoughts are for her missing playmate Tariq. Read by Seeta Indrani. For further details see Monday
Mark Steel looks back on the history of the Rock Against Racism campaign and considers how effective its mix of confrontation, musical alliances and determination were to counter the threat of the National Front in the 1970s. Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
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