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Introduced by Sue MacGregor will include during the week some Talking Point discussions, Your Letters and other topics.
Among these today:
The Roots of Romance: RAY BARRON explores the earliest stories of love. The High Path (4)
Editor WYN KNOWLES
A BBC Ariel book. The 15 Feast, Gall Duff introduces the winning menus and recipes to create a dinner party for four, 11.95 from booksellers
Tulku byPETER DICKINSON abridged in ten parts by DOMALD BANCROFT
Read by Garard Green (1) Screams in the night and blazing huts brutally signal the arrival of the Boxer rebellion in the once peaceful Chinese mission settlement. Young Theodore escapes to embark on a series of extraordinary adventures, with the strangest of companions, and a journey with an end beyond Imagining.
Producer DAVID JOBNSTON
Written by HELEN LEAOBEATEK
(Repeated: Tues 1.40 pm)
Cast for the week: Dan Archer:
Indian Summer by JENNIFER JOHNSTON
Indian Summer is set at a crucial moment in Irish history - the autumn of 1920 when the violent struggle for independence was at its height. But for Mr Martin , an Anglo-Irish landowner in Co Cork, the date has a different significance - it is to be the realisation of a dream, the moment when he will present his plans for the re-afforestation of all Ireland. But there were other dreams in the Ireland of 1920 ... dreams firmly rooted In tragic reality.
PlanlSt GRAHAM KENNEDY A BBC/Lyric Theatre Belfast co-production Directed for stage and radio by ROBERT coopER BBC Northern Ireland
(Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm)
includes reviews of Jennifer Johnston 's play IndianSummeronRadio 4; and a season of Warner Brothers' films made in the 1930s, including Captain Blood, The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex and High Sierra, at the National Film Theatre.
Presenter Michael Oliver Producer Carroll MOORE Edttor ROSEMARY HART
I'm the King of the Castle by SUSAN HILL abridged in ten episodes by TREVOR ROYLE
Read by Lynn Farlelgh (1) ' Some people are coming here today,' said Joseph Hooper to his son
Edmund, ' now you will have a companion. His name is
Charles Kingshaw and he's just your age, he's almost 11.'
Producer MARILYN IRELAND BBC Scotland long wave only
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