5/5. After an affair surviving two wives, one husband, the Peasants' Revolt and the Black Death, John and Katherine finally marry and legitimise their Beaufort children. By Alison Weir. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Lucy Neal goes in search of a home for the archive of her once renowned great-great aunt, Mary Neal , suffragette, social-worker, colleague and later adversary of Cecil Sharp during the great English Folk Dance revival at the start of the 20th century. Read by Geraldine James and John Rowe. Producer Beaty Rubens
3/4. Can Charles prove his friend Alex innocent of murder and, at the same time, stop himself being made homeless? By
Simon Brett , dramatised by Jeremy Front .
Producer/Director Sally Avens
Roger Bolton digs in the mailbag for listeners' comments on BBC radio.
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After a breakdown brought on by a tour of duty in Iraq, a surgeon takes up research into the effects of sensory deprivation. But then he learns that he is about to lose his eyesight and decides to volunteer for a dangerous experiment. By DJ Britton.
Producer/Director Kate McAll
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4/6 Dylan Winter discusses the ways in which anyone can contribute to the new edition of the Atlas of British Birds, 20 years after its first publication. Will it be cheery news for the chiffchaff or misery for the mistle thrush? producer Alasdair Cross
5/5 The Lost Child. A couple hear a baby crying on their child monitor. Trouble is, it's not their baby. A cry for help or a call from beyond the grave? inspector Devlin investigates. Brian McGilloway 's story is read by Lloyd Hutchinson. For further details see Monday
Panellists Fred MacAulay , Simon Evans and Mark Steel join host Sandi Toksvig in the topical comedy panel game, featuring cryptic questions, acerbic satire and humorous newspaper cuttings sent in by listeners. The newsreader is Charlotte Green. Producer Ed Morrish Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
Kenton makes himself at home.
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There is an interview with June Spencer in Gardens Illustrated magazine, out now, price £3.85
10/10. The ghostwriter returns to London to finish Adam Lang 's memoirs. It's been a rollercoaster ride through high politics and personal vengeance - and it's not over yet. By Robert Harris. For further details see Monday
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