Sarah Waters was established as one of our top young writers with her novel Fingersmith.
She's been compared to Dickens, but her 19th-century world has a modern twist. To coincide with BBC1's dramatisation of Fingersmith (which began last night), this examines her work. Dilly Barlow narrates. (AD) Sarah Waters on Fingersmith: p26
Eileen Atkins and Ronald Lacey star in a play by John Hopkins on the injustice of apartheid. Narrated by Keith Barron. First shown on BBC1 Videoplus code for 8.30-11.40pm
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