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Having been a singer, newspaper editor, civil rights campaigner, Maya Angelou is now a university professor and a successful black woman writer. In this interview with Dr Anthony Clare , she talks about her attitudes to sex, race, religion and being an American. Researcher JENNY RIVAROLA Producer MICHAEL EMBER (R)
Phil Smith explores the remoter reaches of the North Yorkshire Pennines to look at life from the viewpoint of people who live and work there.
4: Elegy in a Country Signalbox Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester (R)
Double Divan by V. S. PRITCHETT
Read by George Parsons
Two men are carrying a double bed through the street.
Searching his memory for the address they are heading for, one of the men reveals a very fraught situation involving two sisters.
Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
Canals and ornamental lakes are nothing new and Chinese pagodas, three-headed snake fountains and ruined abbeys have all been used to enhance some of Britain's great gardens. Hannah Gordon takes the plunge in this week's programme - a plunge into 300 years oftheuseofwaterasa feature in the garden. Producer JOHN BELL
by JOSEPH CONRAD dramatised for radio in six episodes by KEITH DARVILL
Although Jim is surrounded by threat, he believes his fate to be in his own hands and that he is master of it. However, although he is jealously guarded and loved, the things that make him master are making him a captive too.
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week: the Scottish writer Jessie Kesson , acclaimed for her novel The White Bird Passes and her film Another Time, Another Place. Serial: In a Beautiful Pea-Green Boat (2)
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge
Ian Wallace and Denis Norden In the Chair Steve Race
Questions compiled by STEVE RACE Programme devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON Producer PETE ATKIN
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 12.27 pm) Stereo
In the first of three walks around various parts of Britain. Mike is joined by Christopher Somerville , author of Walking Old Railways. Together they follow a disused railway line from Sudbury to Long Melford in Suffolk which has been converted into a footpath. Producer JUDE HOWELLS (R)
by CAROLINE RAPHAEL
At the end of the 30s, with six Broadway hits behind him, playwright Clifford Odets moved from New York to
Hollywood, where his original promise was never quite fulfilled.
Kerry Shale plays Odets
Producer EU THOMASON. Stereo
Tom Salmon continues his journey around the Cornish coast. He's on board when the Padstow Lifeboat is launched, he finds out about gig racing in the holiday resort of Newquay, about the artists of St Ives and he goes under the sea at the Geevor tin mine at St Just. Producer ANTHONY SMITH
BBC Bristol (Re-broadcast tomorrow at 11.0am) Stereo
The fifth of six programmes Derek Lewis introduces recordings of, among others, Cesare Siepi
Ezio Pinza , Fritz Wunderlich Marilyn Home from their explorations of the popular music repertoire.
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
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