1/4. Anthony Noel discusses the work of specialist garden writers who have changed the way we think about horticulture in Britain, starting with Charles Jencks and the Garden of Cosmic Speculation. Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
From San Francisco in the 1960s to Live Aid in America in the 1980s, controversial music promoter
Bill Graham was a tough businessman who also staged dozens of benefit concerts with some of the biggest names in rock.
John Wilson looks back at a career of backstage battles and the odd on-stage punch-up, including the memories of British promoter
Harvey Goldsmith , Rolling Stone Ronnie
Wood and Graham's friends and colleagues. Producer John Goudie
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Boris Pasternak 's Dr Zhivago was first published in Italy 50 years ago, after the manuscript was smuggled out of the country. Robin Glendinning 's play tells the true story of the turmoil the novel's publication made in the Soviet Union. Other parts played by David Collins, Jon Glover,
Paul Nicholson and John Telfer producer/Director Tim Dee
Jazz composer and pianist Julian Joseph goes in search of black classical musicians from the past. It's a journey that takes him back 500 years and uncovers trumpet players on the Napoleonic battlefields and 19th-century violin prodigies who entertained royalty. Repeated from Tuesday
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Nowadays they're known more for their complicated lives and long-suffering expressions, but there was a time when East Enders were celebrated for their cheekychappie wit. Lee Hurst looks back at a century of cockney comics from
Albert Chevalier and Max Miller to Alf Garnett and Ricky Grover. Producer James Crawford
4/6. Yuri and his family have fled Moscow, arriving in the Urals to find the civil war raging there. In charge of the nearest town is the Bolshevik general, Streinikov. And that's where Lara is. By Boris Pasternak.
Other parts played by Joseph Alessi , Skye Bennett , John Dougall , Darrell D'Silva , Gerard McDermott ,
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1/5. The Summer of Pakflake. The invention of edible packaging material sends the nation into a frenzy. Nick Parker 's story, read by Michelle Gomez , centres on obsessions and addictions. Producer Emma Harding
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