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Denis Norden cheerfully digs up the half-dozen pieces of music he never wants to hear again - and explains why. The music is surprisingly good. His reasons are just surprising! Presented and devised by Derek Robinson
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Alexander Walker recalls the screen careers of the cinema's brightest stars.
This week: Marilyn Monroe whose rare talent for turning sex appeal into comic art resulted in a universally-loved and indelible screen image.
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Introduced by Sue MacGregor 'Men Don't Communicate with Each Other at That Kind of Level....': but the boys of Oundle school are taking part in research which encourages them to explore their feelings. ANDREA ADAMS has been hearing about the reasons for encouraging boys to a better understanding of relationships. The Greengage Summer by RUMER GODDEN abridged in 12 parts by DOREEN ESTALL
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The Last Cargo of the Cathay Queen by PHILIP LATHAM
A fast-paced thriller set in modern Hong Kong. Bob Sutton, a freelance security investigator, searches for a missing European businessman, only to find himself up against the Triads ...
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A personal choice of prose and poetry presented by Ian McKellen
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Episodes in the history of diplomacy written and introduced by Derek Wilson 2: Guardians of Prestige
Diplomacy has always been partly a matter of protocol, but the prolongation of the dreadful Thirty Years' War in Germany (1618-48) by some 12 years due to wrangling over precedence and procedure is an example of protocol run riot. with the voices of BERNARD BROWN
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Street Kids and Stormy Skies All the changing, different times of the year - the great storms down to the peaceful quiet of autumn mist; you can almost smell Catterline when you look at her paintings.
Twenty-one years ago, the artist Joan Eardley died. She was only 42. A warm passionate woman, she painted both
Glasgow slum children and land and seascapes of north-east Scotland. Her letters, with memories and poems, reflect her commitment to art and a sensitivity towards life and nature.
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