The Revolutionary Will What effect has the French Revolution had on cultural and political thought in Europe, and Britain in particular, over the last two centuries?
Robert Kee discusses the legacy of the Revolution with Professor Richard Cobb , The Rt Hon Tony Benn , mp, Professor Marilyn Butler ,
Paul Foot , Jonathan Clarke , Professor Douglas Johnson and Raphael Samuel.
Producer FIONA MCLEAN Stereo
(Repeatednext Sunday 10. 15pm)
Six programmes in which, back in his native West Riding after a long absence,
Martin Wainwright looks at some of the more intriguing changes to the pattern of local life. 1: Granny and the Muslims
The old family home is Put to a new use.
Producer JOHN WATKINS
Restoring the Parts
Shudis at Fenton and organs at Snowshill,
Calvis at Claydon and pianos in Ightham. Just a few of the National
Trust's favourite things. Malcolm Singer reports on the restoration and housing of classic musical instruments.
Producer JOHN BOUNDY. Stereo
The programme that gives you, the listener, the chance to report on your own stories. Reporters Felicity Goodey and Eric Robson are there to help and encourage.
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The much-lauded Katona Jozsef Theatre from Hungary brings two Russian classics to
London; and Radio 4 tells the story of Britain through the feature film. Presenter Nigel Andrews Producer SALLY MARMION Stereo (Revised repeat on Thursday at 4.35pm)
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