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The Proposition by ELIZABETH JANE HOWARD Read by Gabriel Woolf
Robin Boston-Crabbe has an interview for work with a Mr Medusa in a luxurious block of flats. Champagne is served. The interview proceeds. But what is thejob?
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Introduced by Sue MacGregor The Poet and Her Day Job (2): CHRIS ELDON LEE talks to
ALISON BRACKENBURY , whose job as a computer operator provides her with unusual themes for her poetry.
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by Peter Tinniswood
Jean is 38, attractive and married. She decides to go on a cruise without her husband. On the first night out she sees a row of lights sticking straight out to sea. She feels as if she is entering a strange land with different customs, different values. As if she is becoming a different person.
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Det Sgt Barry:
A series of 13 montage documentaries
2:Mind the Closing Doors
'The subway is for people in a hurry who have nothing to live for.'
'A man was attacking me with a bayonet and I had to shoot him.' 'When they catch a graffiti artist, some cops ask, "Would you rather be arrested or beaten up?"'
A portrait of the New York subway, a transport system in crisis.
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