Musician and conceptual artist
Bill Drummond , co-founder of the KLF and tne
K Foundation that was notorious for burning a million pounds in1994, joins Peter Curran. The poet is Kate FOX. Producer Simon Clancy
2/2. Dan Snow assesses the role of the current Prince of Wales and looks at what his legacy and his future may be. He explores the Diana and Camilla years, the criticisms from
Parliament and the tensions within Wales itself, balancing them against the Prince's s charity work. Strong opinions and revelatory comment are promised. Producer Sian Price
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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It is October 1956 and thousands of Hungarians are rising up against the Soviet-backed government. Peter, a son of the working classes, has been selected by the state to study at the university in Budapest, where he falls in love with Eva, a committed communist. When Peter becomes involved in the demonstrations, Eva finds her loyalties severely tested. Written by Paul Viragh , drawing on his own family's experiences.
Producer/Director Toby Swift
One of the greatest innovators of rock 'n' roll, Little Richard talks to Sarfraz Manzoor about his half-century as an extravagant and wild performer. Looking back at his life, the writer of some of the most hallowed songs in the rock canon, such as Good Golly, Miss Molly , talks to Manzoor about a life filled by race, religion and music. Repeated from Tuesday
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday Woman's Hour programmes.
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Is sportsmanship dead? Nearly 40 years ago, one of sport's greatest acts of fair play took place at the 18th green of the 1969 Ryder Cup. Jack Nicklaus conceded a putt to Tony Jacklin , making the match a sporting draw. The writer DJ Taylor asks whether a similar act of sportsmanship could occur in modern society. He uses the BBC archives to revisit examples of fair play from the past and explores the impact of money, greed and vanity on the behaviour of sporting figures today. Producer Nicola Swords
2/2. Nevil Shute 's moving account of the aftermath of a nuclear world war. After picking up a radio signal, US submarine
Scorpion sets out from Australia for Seattle in the hope of finding survivors in the northern hemisphere. Dramatised by Mike Walker.
Other parts are played by Gunnar Cauthery ,
Robert Lonsdale , Chris Pavlo and Dan Starkey Repeated from Sunday
Antony Sher rediscovers the work of the First World War poet Isaac Rosenberg , who wrote in order to come to terms with both the conflict and the anti-Semitism of his fellow soldiers. The reader is Simon Schatzberger. Repeated from Sunday
5/5. Cat Fancy. The story of a woman who, as a girl, was rejected by her mother and brought up by her grandmother - an act of kindness undermined by her being treated with the same conditional hospitality afforded a house pet. Kathryn Harrison 's story is the last in the series taken from the film director's literary magazine. Producer David Roper
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