with Penelope Lively.
Can librarians dictate the content of children's books? When does the selection of some books become censorship of others? How much freedom do authors have? Librarian Julia Marriage , Imogen Dawson of Macmillan and author Robert Leeson share their views.
Producer JILL BURRIDGE
by ROBERT TRESSELL , dramatised in six parts by GREGORY EVANS. Withand
Directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL. Stereo
Leigh Bonheur was once a 'human hand-me-down'. As an illegitimate child growing up in Sydney she was abused by a succession of foster and adoptive parents. Now in her 60s, she tells Marian Foster about her life in Australia and how she overcame her problems to become a novelist and journalist - successfully campaigning for the rights of the abused child. Producer ANNE-MARIE COLE BBC Pebble Mill
Laurie Lee , author of Cider with Rosie, has, in his later years and somewhat to his surprise, become a lyricist.
He's collaborating with composer Johnny Coppin on a sequence of poems, songs and memories.
Christopher Cook talks to them about this venture. Producer CHRIS ELDON LEE Stereo
0 See David Gillard , right
with Bill Wallis , David Tate and Sally Grace. Written by MIKE COLEMAN. BILL MATTHEWS.
ROBERT LINFORD. MAX HANDLEY. GED PARSONS. SIMON BULLIVANT , MARK BRISENDEN , DAVID BADDIEL. BARRY ATKINS. MICHAEL DINES. OLEH
STEPAN1UK. PETER HICKEY and others
Producer NEIL CARGILL. Stereo
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