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N ina Perry takes a journey that traces the wood used in making musical instruments back to the forest. On the way we hear about the sonorous qualities of different species and the increasing issue of maintaining sustainable supplies. Featuring guitarist
Laurence Juber. instrument makers Martin Doyle and Martin Bowers , forester Martin Charlton , and musicians and craftsmen in south-eastern Tanzania, producer Nina Perry
6/6. Endgame. They all thought it was such a good idea when Constable Twitten suggested getting a police dog. But why does Bobby keep attacking poor, loveable old Mrs Groynes ? And why is Inspector Steine's life suddenly in great danger?
Producer/Director Karen Rose
New series 1/12. Listeners' views on BBC radio programmes. With Roger Bolton.
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London 1605: Edward Alleyn was the most famous actor of the Jacobean theatre. At the height of his fame he believed he saw a devil on stage. Nichola Baldwin 's play looks at what really happened and the conseauences that still resonate even today.
Producer Steven Canny (K)
Dulwich College Boys
5/5. You Taught Me to Love Life, Father
A young man learns much about his country when his wife goes into labour in hospital. Tunisian writer Aroussia Naluti 's story is read by Youssef Kerkour.
Producer Gillian Hush For details see Monday
5/5. In the early 1970s, Bruce Greene left New Jersey to embark on a decade-long road-trip around Kentucky and the southern
Appalachians to collect old-time fiddle tunes. He yearned for a lifestyle that the music seemed to convey and which now, at his home in the North Carolina mountains, he has sought to recreate. For details see Monday
Francine Stock speaks to director Jiri Menzel about his new film I Served the King of England, while Ken Loach reveals why the Czech film-maker's 1966 classic Closely
Observed Trains was a major influence on his work. And Morgan Spurlock talks about his new documentary Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?
Shula atones for her sins.
Writer Simon Frith : Director Julie Beckett
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5/5. Stanley Baldwin and Horace Holmes - two very different men - face up to their responsibilities both at home and work. Dramatised by Vanessa Rosenthal.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
A A foreign correspondent is traumatised by the death of a girl he met in Bosnia. He begins to pick up the threads of his life with a Croatian girl he has met back in London. And then he hears a young refugee is looking for him. Someone who didn't die in Bosnia after all. Darkly witty play by Tena Stivicic.
Producer Frank Stiling
10/10. Dr Grene is trying to establish the truth about Roseanne's child. The nun at Nazareth House in Sligo tells him he must visit the order's house in Bexhill-on-Sea in England. By Sebastian Barry. For details see Mon
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