1/5. Daniel Everett recorded his life as an American linguist and missionary among a small tribe of Amazonian Indians in this book. Sent to convert them, he became so affected by their way of life he lost his religious faith. Daniel and his family discover the pleasures and dangers of living in the jungle. Read by Colin Stinton. Producer Jo Coombs Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: To order Don't Sleep There Are Snakes tor E13.50 (RRP E15) inc p&p, call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT. or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
4/6. Stars. Stripes and ChalfontSt Giles. Alan Dein meets members of the Chiltem American Women's Club whose life may look glamorous but, as newcomers to the UK, it can be a lonely existence. Producer Sarah Taylor
New series 1/6. The Party. What are cash-strapped, 40-somethings supposed to do when they see their cash-rich parents spending all their inheritance? As his father's 65th birthday approaches, Harry decides to throw his dad a party. Comedy drama by Clive Coleman.
Producer/Director Sam Hoyle
3/4. Fat Doug lends a helping hand, and Greg and Frank have double trouble. By Tom Fry and Sharon Kelly.
Producer/Director Gary Brown
1/5. Berlin Diary (Winter 1932-33) Readings from the works of five different authors writing about Berlin.
Today Adam Godley reads extracts from
Christopher Isherwood 's Goodbye to Berlin that show a city on the cusp as the author's friends deal with the coming of Nazism. Producer Rosalynd Ward
1/5. Battersea Power Station. Battersea Power Station used to make electricity but now the capital's derelict structure supplies a different kind of energy - to the film business. In this series on the buildings that cinema has used as various locations, Matthew Sweet discovers that the station's decaying brickwork has been used time and again in films that include RocknRolla and The Dark Knight. Producer Esme Kennedy Radio features: pages 118-119
New series 1/4. With no ability whatsoever, Milton Jones tries to become a world-class expert at anything he fancies. This week he is a photographer who will go to the ends of the Earth for the perfect calendar picture. Comedy by Milton Jones and James Cary , with Tom Goodman-Hill , Ingrid Oliver and Dan Tetsell. Producer David Tyler Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
6/10. Neville Teller's dramatisation of one of PD James's most celebrated Dalgliesh mysteries. As Commander Dalgliesh unravels the mysterious death of Sir Paul Berowne , the doorman of the Black Swan gives a different view of Barbara's fateful birthday party.
Director Peter Leslie Wild Repeated from 10.45am
RT DIRECT: ToorderA Taste for Death CD (available 27 Nov) for E9.99 (RRP E12.99) inc p&p, call [number removed]
(standard rate) quoting RTD281, or visit www.bbcshop.com
1/9. Liberia - Children for Sale. Nadene Ghouri investigates the child trade in Liberia, where parents are giving up their youngsters to unscrupulous operators organising adoptions with American families. Repeated from Thursday
1/5. Bruce Chatwin 's story about identical twin brothers Lewis and Benjamin Jones on their farm in the Welsh marches, begins with the courtship and marriage of their parents - Mary, their literate and well-travelled mother and their ill-tempered and inarticulate father, Amos. Abridged by Arnold Evans , read by lestyn Jones . Producer Kate McAII ; Director Nigel Lewis
RT DIRECT: To order On the Black Hill for E7.59 (RRP E7.99) inc pSp, call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
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