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The Wednesday Feature
The Peace of Pocahontas by MORAG HOOD. With and
DON LAWSON (percussion) Producer NED CHAILLET
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Capt John Smith:
Sir Thomas Dale:
The Programme with Listener Power.
Susan Marling and Max Pearson. Produced by the PUNTERS TEAM BBC Bristol
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Fifth of six programmes. Donna Muir has just become a mother but is estranged from her baby's father, and Lizzy Wright is white and has a black boyfriend. Producer DAVY SIMS
Vanessa Redgrave stars in a new play by Martin Sherman ; Alan Parker 's film Mississippi Burning, about racism in America, comes to the UK; and George Wyllie prepares to float an extremely large paper boat on the River Clyde.
Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer CAROLINE YOUNG Stereo (Revised repeat onThursday at 4.35pm)
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