4/5. The humorist Joe Oueenan finds himself in Gloucester in his search for ingenious ways of making money. There he joins a film crew blowing things up for the Doctor Who Christmas special. Producer Miles Warde
3/5. Dealing with the Trust. Inorderto ensure the future of his family home, Adam realises he needs National Trust backing and support from the people who work at Sissinghurst. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
3/6. The Business of Miracles. Concern grows for Brother Martin because his hearing doesn't seem to be as good as it used to be and he's been missing breakfast, but Mave argues seeing is believing. Comedy written by Christopher Lee , starring Roy Dotrice and Rosalind Ayres.
Friars and pilgrims played by Kenneth Danziger ,
Moira Quirk , Matthew Wolf and Alan Shearman
Producers Rosalind Ayres and Martin Jarvis Director Pete Atkin
3/5. Put the Radiator On, Get the Coffee
Going. By Anna Britten. A young decorator's encounter with a middle-aged divorcee and a dragonfly give him unexpected inspiration for a colour scheme. Read by Mike Bailey. For details see Monday
Imagination and the City. In the last of three special editions, writer Will Self, sociologist Richard Sennett and geographer Doreen Masseyjoin Laurie Taylor to discuss how reality and fantasy combine to create experiences of the modern city.
Producer Charlie Taylor Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
3/6. The comedian continues his quest to outline the importance of virtue, this week with stand-up comedy on the subject of generosity. With poetry and songs by Tim Key and Tom Basden. Producer Katie Marsden
3/10. As Anna tries to shake off the painful memories of her unhappy affair with a married man, she finds herself turning it into a story about her alter ego, Ella. By Doris Lessing.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
4/4. When is it the right time to tell a child they have a serious medical condition? Vivienne Parry and her expert guests discuss a real-life case and debate the ethical issues it raises. Sarah has hepatitis B but her mother is adamant that she doesn't want her daughter to know.
Producer Beth Eastwood Rptd on Saturday at 10.15pm
1/3. Adam Long , co-founder of the Reduced Shakespeare Company, canters through the history of the Conservative Party from repealing Corn Laws to hugging hoodies - in just 15 minutes.
Producer Mandy Baker Rptd from Sunday at 10.45pm
Following British mountaineer Andy Cave as he prepares for an expedition - underground. Last autumn he joined the team working to maintain the Thirlmere aquaduct - a Victorian system that uses only gravity to carry water for 94 miles from the Lake District to homes in Manchester. Producer Janet Graves
New series 1/6. Writer Nat Segnit has always been fascinated by people who
- sit alone on the train, so he decides to talk to them. These "interviews" have been conceived, scripted, and performed by Stewart Wright. Nat Segnit plays himself. Producer Steven Canny
3/5. Poet John Hegley , design guru Stephen Bayley and cookery writer Rosamund Grant play the tracks of their choice - to the delight or disdain of the others. Hosted by Dr Phil Hammond. Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
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