2/5 Perry adapts some of the shots that made him a table tennis champion for the tennis court.
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1/5 Jamie Bamber reads from Jon Henderson's biography of English tennis great Fred Perry.
5/5 Battle contact, so long anticipated, proves satisfying and Operation Silicon is a success.
4/5 Rumour becomes reality and the Guards head to Iraq.
3/5 Hennessey is commissioned into the Grenadier Guards.
2/5 With war raging around him, Hennessey wonders how he arrived in Afghanistan.
1/5 Hennessey is at a tea party, on a dam, in the middle of a war.
5/5 Pauline re-establishes herself as a 'little queen' in Roman society.
4/5 Pauline's lifestyle and the loss of her son begin to take their toll on her health.
3/5 Pauline returns to Paris a widow but soon remarries and travels to Rome.
2/5 Pauline and her young son accompany her husband on the military campaign to Saint-Domingue
1/5 Napoleon was determined to find Pauline a husband and even name her first and only child.
5/5 Kamila is haunted by her decision to abandon her young daughters.
4/5 Kamila is forced to choose between her love for Muhammad and her daughters.
3/5 Following her forced marriage, Kamila secretly resumes her affair with Muhammad.
2/5 Kamila falls in love, but her family have other plans and events take a disturbing turn.
1/5 Hanan reflects on the uneasy relationship with her mother.
5/5 Today we are witness to the spectacle of Austen being marketed as a global brand.
3/5 Interest in Austen flared up with her nephew's publication of the first biography in 1870.
4/5 By the early 1900s, the cult of 'Divine Jane' had seized Britain and America.
2/5 Jane's last years were a period of concentrated writing and business with publishers.
1/5 Jane was an ambitious young woman, keenly attuned to the literary world of her time.