2/3. Actress Diana Quick goes on a personal mission to challenge the prevailing culture of nostalgia. She is cheerful about the fact that women have more opportunities than they did in the 1960s and that we live longer, healthier lives. She takes on grumpy
Annette Crosbie , who thinks there's nothing to be said for getting older and is positive that the world is going to hell in a handcart.
Producers Annie Caulfield and Kim Normanton
A lively collection of dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents, who report on stories in their regions. Presented by KateAdie. Producer Tony Grant
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Sister George , a district nurse, is a nation's favourite character in the daily radio serial
Applehurst about a country community, but audience ratings are on the slide. In reaction to the dwindling numbers of listeners, will a human sacrifice be necessary, and if so, how would it affect the lives of the rumbustious actress June Buckridge and her flat mate Childie? Frank Marcus 's 1965 stage play is adapted and directed by John Tydeman. Starring Sarah Badel and Lucy Whybrow.
Producer/Director John Tydeman
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday Woman's Hour programmes.
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She was Britain's first woman prime minister, won three general elections and held power for 11 years. But what was she actually like as a boss? Was she more gentle with her staff than her cabinet colleagues? Before becoming a political journalist, Matthew Parris worked for Margaret Thatcher himself. He delves into the archive to hear from her former staff, ministers, civil servants, speechwriters and advisers.
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2/2. Having murdered Camille, Therese and Laurent are free to marry, but their wedding night, and every subsequent night, is filled with terror as they feel her ghost infiltrate their every thought and action. Emile Zola 's tale of lust, murder and madness, dramatised by Diana Griffiths.
Repeated from Sunday
3/4. Mariella Frostrup and a panel of experts discuss step-parenting and blending families from the point of view of parents, youngsters and society in general. A man reveals his fears that his two teenage children do not get on with his partner's two offspring, a situation that is putting strain on all involved. Repeated from Wednesday
What happens when you bring a poet into a workplace? Last year's National Poetry Day theme was "work". Poet Patience Agbabi talked to the poets and the people who welcomed them into their workplace to find out what the experience meant to both parties. Repeated from Sunday
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