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by KATE PENNING .
Hollyis a young girl-fox who is too curious for her own good. Through strange circumstances she finds herself in the human world with its voracious appetite for food and sex. It is Uncle Desmond who finally brings out the fox in her.
Music by DAVID CHILTON and NICK RUSSELL-PAVIER
Directed by JANET WHITAKER
Barry Cunliffe presents the programme where the past speaks to the present. Earlier this year a remarkable meeting took place in Moscow behind closed doors. The Cubans, the Americans and the Russians sat down together for the first time since 1962 to discuss what actually happened in those dark days when the world faced the possibility of nuclear war.
One of the delegates was Pierre Salinger ; he talks to John Miller about the missile crisis and the frank discussions which took place in Moscow in an attempt to understand what went wrong.
Researcher FELICITY GOODALL
Producers KATE MCALL and JOHN KNIGHT
4.30 Telling It How It Was Making History The last of an eight.part guide to collecting oral history presented by Steve Humphries. Consultant PAUL THOMPSON Producer JUDE HOWELLS
5.00 The End of Communism? Geoffrey Stern and a panel of experts consider current developments in China, the USSR, Poland and elsewhere. Producer DENNIS SHUTTE
5.30 Radio International Nine selections from European radio programmes.
2: Clara Romano 's guide to what's on offer on Italian radio.
by Isaac Asimov
dramatised by Bert Coules
New York - the Future: The murder of a Spacer creates a crisis that could destroy the Earth.
Revolution by Correspondence
'The age of chivalry is gone. That of sophisters, economists, and calculators, has succeeded.'
Edmund Burke 's reaction to the French Revolution sparked off one of the most important political debates ever to be conducted in English.
A debate that polarised British politics, and goaded his opponent, the 'infamous incendiary'
Tom Paine , into writing one of the classic statements of radical political belief,
The Rights of Man. Withand
Leonard Barras reads two of his fairly likely stories of Wallsend life:
Just About Everybody Out and Speed Bonny
Greengrocer's Horse. Producer GILLIAN HUSH
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Conceived in Sweden, born in 1946, the Light Programme's request show catered to the needs of women at home.
With the help of archive material, Russell Davies and Maureen Lipman tell the tale of those times and present recordings that were requested and played in the original programme. 1957 - Hollywood and Bust Compiled by RUSSELL DAVIES Producer
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