With Evan Davis and James Naughtie.
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5/5. Pooky Quesnel reads the final part of Lilian Pizzichini 's biography of novelist Jean Rhys. In the 1930s Jean is now an established writer, but it will be 30 years before she writes her best-known book, Wide Sargasso Sea. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Eric Robson is in the chair as Anne Swithinbank , Bob Flowerdew and Matthew Biggs answer horticultural queries at
Binf ield Garden Club, near Reading. Including the third part of the series on sustainable gardening, which examines the effectiveness of green roofs. And at approximately
5/5. The final portrait of people who have moved countries for music. Civil War had just broken out when Carl Linich made his first visit to Georgia in 1991, but this did not quell his passion for the country's folk scene and a few years later he relocated there from New York. For details see Monday
Actor Rosamund Pike tells Francine Stock about her role in Fugitive Pieces, an adaptation of the award-winning novel by Canadian writer Anne Michaels. Director Mike Hodges discusses the restoration of Lola Montes , Max Ophuls 's 1955 cult epic, which was heavily cut at the time of its original release. Producer Stephen Hughes Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
4/8. Guests, including Jeremy Hardy and Francis Wheen , join Sandi Toksvig in another episode of the topical comedy panel game, featuring cryptic questions, acerbic satire and humorous newspaper cuttings sent in by listeners.
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John le Carré talks to Mark Lawson about the creation of his most famous character, George Smiley , as Radio 4 begins its dramatisations of all the Smiley novels, starting tomorrow afternoon at 2.30pm. Producer Nicki Paxman
5/10. The business belonging to Falco's father Geminus is attacked again as they try to get to the bottom of the scam Festus was running before his death in battle. And Falco is still trying to convince the authorities that he is not guilty of murder. By Lindsey Davis. For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the topical debate in Sheffield, where an audience canvasses the opinions of Secretary of State for
Children, Schools and Families Ed Balls, shadow Business Secretary Ken Clarke and Green Party leader Caroline Lucas.
Producer Victoria Wakeley Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
By Rachel Joyce. A man's seemingly perfect world is destroyed without warning when his daughter is accused of being involved with terrorism. Drama starring Nicholas Farrell and Niamh Cusack. Producer/Director Gordon House
10/10. Torn in Two. Niamh Cusack reads the final part of Colm Tóibín's novel. Home for a holiday and to comfort her bereaved mother, Eilis has found herself unable to resist the lure of the familiar. Meanwhile Tony waits for his sweetheart to return to Brooklyn. For details see Monday
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Fred Astaire for recognition, joining Matthew Parris and the actor's daughter Ava Astaire McKenzie in the studio to discuss the American star's career. Including contributions from lifelong Astaire enthusiast Kathleen Riley of Oxford University. Repeated from Tuesday at 4.30pm
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