Dear Granny Smith
1/5. A letter from your postman written by Roy Mayall and delivered by Philip Jackson , beginning with why postmen used to have the best job in the world and why now it's s heading towards the worst. Abridged and Produced by Clive Brill. Repeated at 12.30am
New series. 1/4. He's back, and this time he's launched Giles Wemmbley Hogg Travvel - two m's, two g's, two v's. Today we see the struggle between the Apollonian and Dionysian
Principles as he travels to Greece on a desperate rescue mission and eats far too much halouml. Written by Marcus Brigstocke and Jeremy Salsoy.
Producer David Tyler
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Glasgow 1780. Lawyer
Enoch Dalmellington detests the corruption of Glasgow's merchant princes, but not enough to resist their money. He is more concerned about his daughter Euphemia, his sceptical housekeeper Widow McKay , and her spiritual adviser, the startlingly prescient soothsayer Madam Zapata. By lain Heggie.
Director Jeremy Mortimer
Richard Weight argues that art historian
Kenneth Clark was a toff with a democratic mission, and that his BBC programme
Civilisation - first broadcast 40 years ago
-was the culmination of a career that reveals much about 20th-century Britain. Producer Simon Coates
1/5. Chris Tally Evans evokes the sights and sounds of the River Wye as it flows yards away from his garden in Rhayader, mid Wales. He nvestigates a fungus that is a vegetarian alternative to chicken, strolls through ancient woodland, hunts for a yaffle and listens to the dusk chorus. Producer Steve Groves
3/4. What is it about the physics department at Cambridge University that seems to produce so many well-known comedians? Former quantum physicist Ben Miller and his fellow
Cambridge alumnus Richard Vranchjoin Brian
Cox and Robin Ince to discuss their lives in the laboratory, and get a blast from the past in the form of a surprise guest.
Producer Alexandra Feachem Repeated on Wed at 9pm
5/6 Jo Brand and Jeremy Hardy join regulars Barry Cryer and Tim Brooke-Taylor for the antidote to panel games. Jack Dee is in the chair and Colin Sell is at the piano. producer Jon Naismith Rptd on Sun at 12.04pm RT DIRECT: I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue Volume 11 is available on CD for Â£8.50 (RRP E12.72) inc p&p. Call [number removed] or visit bbcshop.com and enter [number removed] at the checkout
1/5. When disgraced City trader Tim is offered immunity from prosecution by the Financial Services Authority, he's alarmed to discover what it is they want in return. By Mike Walker.
Producer/Director Eoin O'Callaghan Rptd from 10.45am
2/4. Michael Portillo revisits famous moments in history, asking whether popular memory conceals forgotten truths. Today he looks back at Neville Chamberlain 's notorious declaration of "peace for our time". Producer Julia Johnson
4/9. Nablus. The West Bank town of Nablus, with its healthy economy, has been used as proof that the Palestinian Authority could run a viable state if a peace deal were brokered with Israel. This programme explores how durable this transformation really is. Rptd from Thursday
1/10. The Lady Rohesia. A distraught husband sits at the foot of his dying wife's bed - and considers who his next wife might be. One of a series of myths, legends and ghost stories popular during the Victorian era and purportedly written by Thomas Ingoldsby of Tappington Manor, though actually by the Rev Richard Barham. Read by Nicholas Murchie and Lucy Robinson.
Abridged by Robin Brooks. Producer Clive Brill
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