Spring arrives in October in the Isles of Scilly, as Helen Mark discovers when she visits to smell the scented narcissi and do a spot of bird-watching.
Producer Helen Lennard Repeated on Thursday at 1.30pm
Hardeep Singh Kohli brushes the grass from his knees, trudges to the back of his net, picks up the ball, and watches the backs of his team-mates disappear towards the centre circle in a tragicomic look at just how isolated the job of a goalie can be. Producer Adam Fowler
A lively collection of dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents, who report on stories in their regions. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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The French writer Gustave Flaubert's masterpiece Madame Bovary was first published 152 years ago. Who was the inspiration for Emma Bovary and how did Flaubert's own life become embroiled in his writing?
1/3. Oh! What a Lovely War. Paul Gambaccini looks at Richard Attenborough 's first film as director, which was adapted from
Joan Littlewood 's Theatre Workshop production. Contributors include original cast member Victor Spinetti , choreographer Eleanor Fazan and film historian Ian Christie. Repeated from Tuesday
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday Woman's Hour programmes.
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Gerry Northam charts the rise and fall of politician Oswald Mosley and explores how the British Union of Fascists flourished on Mosley's home turf of the Potteries. He recalls how the Public Order Act of 1936 managed to curb the movement by taking away its most effective tool - the legality to arrange processions and mass meetings. Producer John Byrne
1/2. Everybody knows about the adventures of Robinson Crusoe and his Man Friday on a remote island. But what about his adventures in the wastes of Siberia? Andy Barrett 's dramatisation of Daniel Defoe 's sequel encompasses conflict, danger, isolation and companionship as Crusoe travels the world in search of happiness and fulfillment.
Repeated from Sunday
Composer James MacMillan delivers the Sandford St Martin Lecture, in which he talks about religion's important place in public life, particularly in its ability to inspire people through classical music. The debate is chaired by Joan Bakewell. Repeated from Wednesday
4/17. Veteran questionmaster
Robert Robinson is in the chair for the fourth heat of the venerable general knowledge quiz, as four contestants compete for the coveted title at the BBC Radio Theatre in London. Repeated from Monday
6/7. Roger McGough has a bit of a laugh at the Cheltenham Literature Festival as he introduces funny poems about poetry readings, mathematics, oranges and cats, read by Pippa Haywood and Bill Hope. Repeated from Sunday
2/5. On the Lake. A family home, idyllically set on the edge of a lake in Iceland, where a mother witnesses her husband in an act of unforgivable transgression. Ola Olafsson 's story is taken from Francis Coppola 's magazine. Producer David Roper
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