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: Dawn to Dusk Safari

Jonathan Scott investigates the wildlife of Botswana's Okavango Delta, riding on the back of an elephant to follow game trails in the company of guide Randall Jay Moore. (S)

Contributors

Presenter: Jonathan Scott
Guide: Randall Jay Moore

: The No1 Ladies' Detective Agency

In the first BBC drama to be shot entirely on location in Botswana, Academy Award-winning film-maker Anthony Minghella directs a script adapted by himself and Richard Curtis, from a novel by Alexander McCall Smith. Precious Ramotswe becomes her country's first ever female detective. Starring Jill Scott, Anika Noni Rose and Lucian Msamati.

Contributors

Author: Alexander McCall Smith
Director/Adapted by: Anthony Minghella
Adapted by: Richard Curtis
Precious Ramotswe: Jill Scott
Mma Makutsi: Anika Noni Rose
JLB Maketoni: Lucian Msamati

: The Birthday Party

First of five programmes linked to Harold Pinter, beginning with this performance of his critically acclaimed 1958 play about a man tormented by two mysterious strangers.
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Contributors

Author: Harold Pinter
Meg: Joan Plowright
Petey: Robert Lang
McCann: Colin Blakely
Stanley: Kenneth Cranham
Lulu: Julie Walters

: Krapp's Last Tape

Harold Pinter excels in Samuel Beckett's dazzling examination of memory and mortality. A man spends his 69th birthday listening to recordings of his past.

Contributors

Author: Samuel Beckett
Krapp: Harold Pinter

: Arena: Harold Pinter: The Room: 1/2

Profiling the acclaimed playwright, offering an insight into the rooms that inspired some of his most atmospheric works.
Concludes at 1.10am

: Arena: One for the Road

Drama starring Harold Pinter.

Contributors

Nicolas: Harold Pinter

: Only Connect









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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