with Penelope Lively. From Little Lord
Fauntleroy's Dearest to the single supermum of Mary Dickinson 's Alex books, Sue Margolis explores the changing image of mothers in children's literature. Producer jill BURRIDGE
by ROBERT TRESSELL , dramatised in six parts by GREGORY EVANS. Episode 3 With and Directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL. Stereo
Over 200 years ago Elizabeth Raffald compiled a cookery book which contained more than 800 recipes.
Jane Grigson dips into the recipes and visits Arley Hall , where Mrs Raffald was a very experienced housekeeper. Producer STEPHEN LOCKWOOD BBC Pebble Mill
0 See David Gillard , right
Barbara Amiel , journalist Paul Foot , journalist Peter Bottomley , mp, Parliamentary Under-secretary of State for Transport, and Jonathon Porritt ,
Director, Friends of the Earth. From Ryde on the Isle of Wight. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
Just When You Thought
It Was Safe in the Stalls ..
Actors turn the tables on their audiences as they talk about the mysterious chemistry of the actor-audience relationship.
With Dave Willetts , of the Phantom of the Opera, Harriet Walter , Sara Kestelmann , and the Doug Anthony All Stars cabaret group.
Presenter Paul Allen Producer JOHN GOUDIE Stereo. Revised (R)
with Bill WaUis , David Tate , Sally Grace and Peter Whitman.
Written by MIKE COLEMAN , BILL MATTHEWS ,
ROBERT LINFORD , MAX HANDLEY , GED PARSONS. SIMON BULUVANT , MARK BRISENDEN , DAVID BADDIEL. BARRY ATKINS. MICHAEL DINES, OLEH
STEPANIUK, PETER HICKEY and others.
Producer NEIL CARGILL. Stereo
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