2/5. Tim Samuels invites five busy people to
Put aside their hectic daily lives to run away tor a few hours. Andrew Sachs is persuaded to enjoy a grand day out at the zoo - and a stroll down memory lane. Producer Mohini Patel
6/14. Helen Mark visits Vale Wildlife Rescue in Gloucestershire, where she talks to the staff and meets patients and long-term residents, including otter cubs, weasels, deer and a skunk. Producer Beth O'Dea Repeated on Thursday at 3pm
The world was almost deprived of the talents of Bob Marley. in 1966 he was short of money and, leaving Jamaica, he went to live in the United States. There he became a night-shift worker in the Chrysler car plant in Wilmington, Delaware. BBC reporter and reggae fanatic Jonathan Charles tells the story of Bob Marley's wilderness year.
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Who would want to kill a mild-mannered philatelist in a holiday camp? Inspector Dover doesn't much care. But as the investigation begins to uncover a sinister conspiracy, even Scotland Yard's laziest detective becomes very determined to catch the killer. Comedy thriller set in the 1970s by Joyce Porter , dramatised by Paul Mendelson.
Producer/Director David Ian Neville
Chief Insp Dover:
1/4. Frances Fyf ield tells the story of the great composers and their works through the original manuscript score. She visits Berlin to look at a masterwork in Bach's own hand, the Mass in B minor, where she is joined by conductor Simon Halsey and soprano Deborah York. Repeated from Tuesday
As the Turner Prize reaches its 25th year, art critic Waldemar Januszczak considers its transformation from a widely criticised award to a much-anticipated annual spectacle. He looks back at the art and artists that have grabbed the headlines and finds out how the Prize has increased the appreciation of modern art in Britain. Contributors include Damien Hirst , Nicholas Serota , and critics Matthew Collings and Sarah Kent.
Producer Susie Matthews Shortened rpt on Mon at 3pm Radio features: pages 128-129
1/3. Since the capture and torture of their agent in Czechoslovakia, the British secret service have been in trouble. By John le Carré , dramatised by Shaun McKenna.
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8/9. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Clifford Longley , Claire Fox , Matthew Taylor and Michael Portillo cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Repeated from Wednesday
4/6. An Arundel Tomb. Peggy Reynolds examines the intriguing layers of mystery surrounding one of Philip Larkin 's best-loved poems. Larkin was apparently disappointed by his Tomb poem, yet now it is one his most quoted works. Repeated from Sunday
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