by MARK POWER
Produced and directed by CLIVE BRILL. Stereo .
The 1989 world tour continues in the Pavilion of Wisborough Green Cricket Club.
Brian Johnston umpires and captains Tim Rice and Willie Rushton are assisted by Bernard Cribbins and Alfred Marks. Written by MALCOLM WILLIAMSON and PETER HICKEY Producer PAUL SPENCER. Stereo
The Box by HATTIE NAYLOR. With
Once upon a time there was a family who lived high, high above the city in a box.
Music by STEPHEN WARBECK
Directed by HILARY NORRISH Stereo (R)
Paul Vaughan visits the musicians' clinic; writer Julian Barnes begins his new novel as a stowaway on Noah's Ark; and film director
Jonathan Demme 's heroine is Married to the Mob.
Producer JOHN GOUDIE. Stereo
Argentina faces economic disaster at a time of political instability. With the military in the background, will history repeat itself?
Reporter Roisin McAuley Producer ANNE KOCH
Editor GERRY NORTHAM BBC Manchester
The Great Cathedrals of Britain.
1: Early Fragments In a series of six programmes,
Malcolm Billings and Tim Tatton -Brown tell the story of the development of British cathedrals from the arrival of St Augustine in 597 until the Reformation. Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol (R)
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Phil Korbel surveys the sea of tents, the wash of music at the Glastonbury Festival;
Christopher Cook considers two new novels by Sicilian writer Leonardo Sciascia ; and George Melly reviews saucy songs.
Producer TIM DEE. Stereo
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