Ray Gosling meets
Hiromi Matsumura from Kyoto, a woman and a boss in the City; Mitsuya Fujimoto , film producer and tri-continental commuter; and Yoko Okuma from Yokohama.
With guidance from
Professor Richard Bowring of Downing College, Cambridge.
Producer JENNY LO (R)
with Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling.
Natterjack toads have been declining in Britain for some years, but is the pollution of ponds solely to blame?
Lionel Kelleway finds out. Producer HELEN ODAMS
Sue MacGregor goes to West Yorkshire to meet Sue and John Boettcher , who have made a success of their greetings card and gift business - with the invaluable help of an elegant black cat.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
New broadcasters with opinions to air.
Life begins at 40, so they say. For David Pole it meant a new addition to the family and the realisation that the last decade had left its mark in all sorts of ways.... BBC Bristol
When I Said I Loved You when You Know I've Been a Liar all my Life
A play by DAVID STAFFORD WithStruan and With
JOHN BADDELEY ,
SIMON CUFF ,
JOANNA MACKIE. WILUAM SIMONS and IAN TARGETT
Directed by ANNETTE OGDEN
Presenter Nigel Forde discusses Frank Muir 's collection of 18th-century first editions;
William Trevor 's collection of Irish short stories; and June Knox-Mawer 's choice of new paperbacks. Producer ANNE HOWELLS
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Last in the current series. Gordon Clough teams up with Austin Mitchell, mp, while Andrew Rawnsley of The Guardian joins Julian Critchley , mp, in a light-hearted test of political knowledge.
Chair Patrick Hannan Written and compiled by BOB SINFIELD
Producer HARRY THOMPSON
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