Former Monkee Micky Dolenz celebrates me iconic road movie Easy Rider. The counter-culture classic was made by the producers responsible for The Monkees' hit TV series.
Contributors include Peter Tork , Jim Frawley , Henry Jaglom , Karen Black , Roger McGuinn , Andrew Collins , and Peter Bogdanovich. Producer John Sugar
A lively collection of dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents. Presented byKateAdie. Producer Tony Grant
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Sandi Toksvig for the topical comedy panel game. Repeated from yesterday
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Jonathan Dimbleby is in the chair for the topical debate that comes this week from Tonbridge, Kent, where the panel includes the chief executive of the British Bankers'
Association, Angela Knight. Rptd from yesterday
Mark Gatiss 's dramatisation of Pamela Branch's novel is full of British black humour. Asterisk Club founder
Clifford Flush hasn't murdered anyone for years. But when the urge comes upon him to bump off his bridge partner, he and the Club are forced to leave London in a hurry. Once safe in the hamlet of Krunte Abbas , they set up a Murder School, which is going great guns, until someone ends up murdered on the premises. producer Kate McAII
There was a time when every British musician knew the name of St Cecilia , patron saint of music and musicians. The country would join in a huge celebration on 22 November every year - St Cecilia's Day. Presented by Catherine Bott , this programme examines the story of a martyr who generated a cult, and became a great British folk hero of music itself. Repeated from Tuesday
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday Woman's Hour programmes.
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Just over 40 years since Kenny Everett's first BBC Radio 1 show, music journalist Mark Paytress reassesses the DJ's pioneering audio work and looks at his place in broadcasting history. Through interviews and a collection of rare archive material, he explores Everett's unique presenting style and his passion for creating wonderfully original jingles using avant garde techniques - he even produced The Beatles' Christmas messages to their fans. With contributions from Tony Blackburn, other pirate-radio aficionados and Beatles' fans. Producer Sian Price
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1/2. Christopher Reason 's dramatisation of Jaroslav Hasek 's novel about the comedic anti-war adventures of Czech veteran Josef Svejk. When he seems to celebrate the death of the Archduke Ferdinand , Svejk is arrested and so starts his progress through the ranks of the Austro-Hungarian military.
Repeated from Sunday
1/5. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Melanie Phillips , Michael Portillo ,
Kenan Malik and Claire Fox cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Repeated from Wednesday
Jonathan Charles finds out how poetry is featuring in the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. He talks to soldiers and relatives of soldiers who are writing verse as catharsis, and visits Stress Combat, a charity that is using poetry as a tool for recovery and expression. Repeated from Sunday
1/5. Jack's Back. William Boyd 's story about a man who puts his back out when lugging a case of wine begins a series of tales that explore the traumatic and occasionally comic world of back pain. The readers are Christine Kavanagh and Sam Dale. Producer Duncan Minshull
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