5/5. At the height of his career, the dramatist collaborated with a man operating a somewhat disreputable establishment in the heart of London. By Charles Nicholl. for details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Rory Bremner explores the pioneering field of "speaker recognition", and speaker verification, discovering how it will change the way we use telephone banking, voice mail, and even security control for confidential information areas. Producer Llinos Jones
3/6. Ed has a highly commercial, copper bottomed, guaranteed pension idea - tne kind of idea a writer has perhaps once in a lifetime. Unfortunately he can't remember where he's put it. Written by Chris Douglas and Andrew Nickolds. .....
Producer Dawn tins
Today is a special day. With a runaway tiger on the loose, young William is out with his sketch pad to capture the magic of a truly enchanting yet absurd afternoon. Lavinia Murray's play is a day in the life of the young William Blake, broadcast as part of the Blake season marking the 250th anniversary of his birth.
Tol Tiddle Doll:
2/5. Clare Balding walks the Northumbrian coast with Jonathan Manning. As editor of a walking magazine Jonathan is evangelical about experiencing the countryside on foot. He takes Clare on what he considers to be the perfect walk. Producer Lucy Lunt
5/5. May Malone. inquisitive young Norman Trench becomes convinced May Malone is keeping a monster in her house. Then to his alarm, she invites him in to see it.
David Almond 's story, read by Alun Armstrong. For further details see Monday
Andrew Dominik discusses his latest film The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, starring Brad Pitt. He tells Francine Stock why he doesn't like westerns and had no previous interest in Jesse James.
New series 1/6. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis return for a satirical look through the week's news, with the help of Mitch Benn , Jon Holmes and special guests. producer Katie Marsden Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
The Stables aets its newest resident.
Written by Simon Firth ; Director Julie Beckett Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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