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A series of six programmes 4:Behind Closed Doors
This week the myth and reality of the permissive society: how 'fornication' became 'freedom', and how 'adultery' became
'open marriage'; and the price that was sometimes paid. Reporter Helen Boaden Producer PETER EVERETT BBC Manchester
Somewhere, someone opened a port-hole. A breeze stirred the curtains. And 10, 000 mosquitoes dropped in for a night-cap of blood.
In the last of the series Barry PUton charts his misadventures on a barge trip in Burgundy.
Read by David Roper
Producer SAM COLLYNS (R)
The third of six further episodes. 26 September, 1799: Dorothy is perturbed by de Quinine's enthusiasm. Stinking Iris is in an interesting condition. There is a reconciliation. And Sir Walter Spott is expected....
Music by STEPHEN OLIVER Sung by CANTABILE
Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE
Samuel Tailor Cholericke:
Thomas de Quinine:
Sir Walter Spott ;:
1.55 Listening Comer Today's story: Noisy Natalie has a Quiet Afternoon. Stereo (R)
2.5 Let's Join In The Giant Who Walked on Clouds by DAVID PENNANT (e)
2.25 Popalong With ROY CASTLE 5: Twisters by ROBERT PENMAN (e)
2.40 In the Picture With MURIEL GRAY
5: Threads of Colour (rv) by WALTER HALL. Stereo (e)
Introduced from Northern Ireland by Wendy Austin
Images abroad: join Shane Belford, chief executive,
Northern Ireland Tourist Board, on a five-day whistle-stop tour of Europe for a report on his task of promoting tourism for a Province which has now suffered 18 years of violence. Producer COLIN LEWIS BBC Northern Ireland
Serial: Duplicate Keys (8)
by H. G. WELLS dramatised for radio in three parts by BARRY CAMPBELL with 2: London isn't quite what Ann Veronica hoped for. Finding herself desperate for funds with which to enroll at Imperial
College she turns to her father's suburban neighbour, Ramage, who is 'something in the City', for help. It doesn't occur to her that Ramage may want a return on his investment....
Other parts played by MICHAEL DREW and DEREK GRAHAM Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol. Stereo (R)
First of eight programmes Reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton link up with BBC Local Radio stations around the country to investigate.... The Cinema Revival?
Projecting a New Image
The cinema has been making a comeback in some odd ways and in some odd places.... from a ten-screen complex in Milton Keynes to Oily Day's bedroom in Norwich. But is it a real revival? Or do bingo, snooker and the property developers still threaten the future of Britain's cinemas?
Producer GLYN JONES. BBC North East
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(Re-broadcast next Monday)
Written by CHRISTOPHER LEE Cast for the week:
BBC Pebble Mill
Women Who Write
Why are 'women writers' often identified by gender while male authors never are?
Feminist or romantic - what do women write and how does being labelled by their sex alter their ideas.
Margaret Walters reports as the Feminist Book Fortnight gets under way.
Producer ANNE WINDER
A satirical review of the past week's news and events with Bill Wallis
David Tate , Sally Grace and Jon Glover
Written by PAUL B. DAVIES , STUART SILVER, RICHARD QUICK. STEVE PUNT MIKE COLEMAN , ALISON RENSHAW PETER HICKEY. PETE SINCLAIR KEVIN MANDRY. GED
PARSONS MAX HANDLEY. BILL MATTHEWS and others
Producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
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