5/5. In 1983 Golding is awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Final part of John Carey 's biography, read by Christian Rodska. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
9.45 L W only Act of Worship Service led by the Rev Angela Tilby.
10.00 Woman's Hour Presented by Jenni Murray.
10.45 Au Pairs 5/5 The Woman's Hour drama. For details see drama rpt at 7.45pm Editor Jill Burridge
Clive Anderson , whose father was a bank manager, investigates the demise of this traditional face of high street banks. For decades these pillars of society made it their business to know every detail of the local economy. Yet, over the years, they were gradually phased out as cash machines and credit cards changed banking for ever. Contributors include Duncan Bannatyne of Dragons' Den. Producer David Morley
3/4. Cadmus Wilcox. The retired English master recalls another favourite pupil. The son of American diplomats is the school's only hope in the shooting contest. But the Colonel denies him access because he isn't British. When the boy visits the school as an adult, complete with an Olympic medal, the Colonel is still unimpressed. Why? By Andrew McGibbon.
Producer Nick Romero : Director Andrew McGibbon
6/6. Author, economist and Financial Times journalist Tim Harford presents the programme that investigates the numbers that are everywhere - in the news, in politics and in life generally.
Producer Richard Knight Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
By Christopher Green.
Caroline Ouentin stars as a feisty woman who has taken to her bed in the spare room and she's not getting up. Ever. She's in pain - yes. But, giving up - no! A comic monologue with minimal risk of bedsores. producer Claire Grove
Chris Beardshaw, Anne Swithinbank and Matthew Biggs answer horticultural questions from Sparsholt College in Hampshire, under the chairmanship of Eric Robson. Richard Shaw has a new bio-control idea to combat Japanese knotweed, and there are updates on the trials for courgette and how to over-winter dahlias. Including at
3.40 Gardening Weather Forecast. producer Howard Shannon Rptd on Sunday at 2pm
Writer, director and producer Nora Ephron discusses her latest film Julie and Julia, which stars Meryl Streep and Amy Adams. She also talks about her highest-profile films, including When Harry Met Sally and Sleepless in Seattle, as she looks back over her career with presenter Francine Stock.
Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
4/5. Topical panel show hosted by Fred MacAulay in which two teams of two play games inspired by the week's headlines. It asks the big questions and the little questions. Justin Edwards , Paul Sinha and Justin Moorhouse provide thoroughly silly answers to both. producer Katie Tyrrell Rptd tomorrow at 12.30pm
Matt finds all is not lost with Lilian.
Writer Carole Simpson Solazzo ; Director Rosemary Watts Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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London, 1951. Benji Cann is a newly acquitted killer who finds refuge at the Asterisk club, but then turns up dead. Who is the killer and will they be able to get rid of the body? Mark Gatiss adapts Pamela Branch's comic murder mystery. Producer Kate McAll
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