Theatre by the Lake, Keswick. The Theatre by the Lake in Keswick has inspired a revival of Cumbria's literary heritage. Caz Graham joins in the tenth anniversary celebrations.
Producer Alasdair Cross Repeated on Thursday at Jpm
Is the car's principal purpose to get us from A to B or is it actually just a mobile music machine - a place where we can create our own private version of the stadium or stage. James May listens while people tell their stories of driving ana how music in the car has had an impact on their journeys and sometimes their lives. Producer Rosie Boulton
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Dispatches from BBC foreign correspondents.
Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the topical debate from London, where the panel includes Mayor of London Boris Johnson, Professor Lisa Jardine and the Bishop of Rochester, Dr Michael Nazir-Ali . Repeated from yesterday
4/5. When a rich young man arrives at Belle Ombre, he and Tom end up fighting for their lives in the sexually ambiguous underworld of Berlin. Stephen Wyatt's dramatisation of Patricia Highsmith 's novel.
Directors Steven Canny and Claire Grove
2/4. Fats Waller. Fats Waller was a giant of a man in every way: in stature, in personality and in his appetite for the good things in life. A pianist of incomparable brilliance, he is best remembered for his comic songs such as Your Feet's Too Big. Ken Clarke explores his short but full life and his music, with singer Gwyneth Herbert. Repeated from Tuesday
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday Woman's Hour programmes.
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8/9. Evan Davis talks to entrepreneurs and company bosses about workplace issues that really matter, from the boardroom to the shop floor. Producer Neil Koenig
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In 2003 David Islay asked Americans to "tell me about your life". So far 35,000 have. These stories are available online and are archived in the Library of Congress.
Simon Garfield samples the recordings and asks if StoryCorps is real oral history or just a collection of personal snapshots with no real archival worth. Shortened repeat on Mon at 3pm
1/2. Growing up in a farming community in north-east Scotland, Chris Guthrie is torn between her love of the land and her ambition to become a teacher. As Chris's domineering father struggles with the harshness of the land, her mother's fear of childbirth leads her to despair. Lewis Grassic Gibbon 's novel, dramatised by Gerda Stevenson.
Repeated from Sunday
2/4. The BBC political editor Nick Robinson gathers together a panel of politicians, civil servants, professional practitioners and advisers to discuss how problems of government are addressed and resolved behind Whitehall's closed doors. Repeated from Wednesday
Celebrating the life and work of the poet and publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti , who published Allen Ginsberg 's Howl, while his A Coney Island of the Mind remains one of the bestselling books of poetry. In this interview to celebrate his 90th birthday, Ferlinghetti talks about why he doesn't consider himself to be a part of the Beat generation. Rptd from Sun
3/6. Does God Make Mistakes? In a series of talks meditating on the absence of God,
Sister Frances Dominica , founder and trustee of Helen and Douglas House hospice, reflects on her experience and on those of the children in care and their families. Repeated from wed
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