4/5 K is for kitchens and class warfare and N is for national identity and its complexities. (R)
BBC Radio 4
1/3 By Patrick Neate. Tommy tells his rebellious and unconventional mother something important
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/5 W is for War: are museums the place for weapons? Y is for Youtube and Z is for Zip.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
2/3 By Nick Walker. Still damaged by Vietnam, Arnold tries to arrange transport for a band.
5/10 Mary Turner struggles with her husband's ever more desperate plans for the farm.
5/5 Personal, political and financial problems dog Hellé Nice as her racing years fade.
3/3 In a case of mistaken identity, a sailor becomes part of a family he has never met before. (R)
Stephen Graham reads The Very Helpful Hedgehog by Rosie Wellesley. (R)
5/10 Ruth relates the curious circumstances in which Virgil first met her mother.
5/5 W is for War: are museums the place for weapons? Y is for Youtube and Z is for Zip. (R)