The Wandering Scholar
A celebration of the life of Helen Waddell who was born 100 years ago - poet, translator, playwright, patriot and internationalist.
Presenter Brian Redhead Producer FRANCES GUMLEY
0 See David Gillard , right
on LW only
Jenni Murray talks to Jackie Pullinger about her work with the heroin addicts of Hong Kong. Serial: The Red-Haired Miss Daintreys by ROSAMOND LEHMANN abridged in two episodes by ANN REES JONES
Read by Jane How (1)
Producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN.
(Music: Vaughan Williams' Six Studies in English Folk Song.)
Sketches from the life and music of Claude Debussy by DAVID BUCK. Starring with and Name Dropping
At 'The Black Cat'
The song, based on themes by Debussy, composed by TERENCE ALLBRIGHT who also devised and played
Debussy's piano sketches. Directed by JOHN POWELL Stereo
* See David Gillard , left
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