4/4. Joan Bakewell puts a real life case to a panel of decision-makers. Mary is a terminally ill woman who doesn't want any medical or palliative care and has attempted suicide on one occasion. She isn't depressed, but should she be monitored against her Will? Repeated at 9pm
4/5. Spark's life is transformed by the publication of her fifth novel, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, which gained critical and commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic in 1961. By Martin Stannard. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
4/9. Southern Sudan. While the world's attention has focused on the conflict in Darfur, an older and even bloodier conflict between the Muslim north and mainly Christian south of Sudan is in danger of re-igniting. Four years after a peace deal was agreed, Grant Ferrett travels to southern Sudan to investigate claims that Africa's biggest nation is sliding back to civil war.
Producer Andy Denwood Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
Writer Blake Morrison travels to Leeds in search of the world depicted in Keith
Waterhouse's Billy Liar , which told the story of a frustrated young man in the north of England on the cusp of the 1960s. Novelist Barbara Taylor Bradford explains why she feels Billy is almost Waterhouse's alter ego.
Comedian Barry Cryer , who grew up in Leeds, explains why comedy appeals to those who want to escape reality. Producer Kate Taylor
3/6. Beaten by theBullies. John Waite hears from the victims of bullying and their parents who say schools aren't doing enough to tackle the problem. Producer of face the Facts Joe Kent
Face the Facts is repeated on Sunday at 9pm
When Nat describes hearing voices in her head, her life spirals out of control. until a sympathetic teacher helps to unlock the obsessive musical way in which she thinks. By Debbie Oates.
Music by Carol Donaldson ; Producer/Director Nadia Molinari
The voice in Nat's head:
4/5. Human All Too Human. On the fourth stage of Stephen Plaice 's philosophical tour of Germany, the writer visits the Nietzsche House in Naumburg in Sachsen-Anhalt in the former East Germany, where the philosopher spent part of his youth and where he returned at the onset of his madness. For details see Monday
1/6. Old hacks meet new media in Alistair Beaton 's comedy set in the changing world of the newspaper industry. Maddox is an old-school journalist (Robert Lindsay ) struggling to keep up with new technology and marketing techniques. Additional material by Tom Mitchelson.
Producer Sally Avens
Press officer (Barry):
4/10. The Long Vacation. It is Madame Beck 's birthday and celebrations are afoot. But when the school empties for the summer holidays, Lucy fully realises her loneliness. By Charlotte Bronte. For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
3/9. Hell for Leather. How do you manage a traditional family shoe-repair firm with 550 outlets all over the country? John Timpson does it by dropping in on them to find out what's going on. He calls it "upside down management". Peter Day went along for the ride.
Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
3/4. Welcome to Bigipedia - the omniscient friend you know from your computer takes over Radio Four in a unique experiment in broadwebcasting. Comedy by Nick Doody and Matt Kirshen , featuring Ewan Bailey , Sam Battersea, Margaret Cabourn-Smith , Neil Edmond , Pippa Evans , Kobna Holdbrook -
Smith and Lewis Macleod. Producer David Tyler
2/4. Individuality. Jersey-born Will Smith is obsessed with the 1980s detective series
Bergerac. With the voice of John Nettles to guide him, Will wonders how he can be an individual without being derided for his choices. Written by Roger Drew and Will Smith. With Karl Johnson , Simon Greenall , John Nettles , Rachel Bavidge and Olivia Poulet. Producer Tilusha Ghelani
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