Dr Anthony Clare invites the commander of the Falklands Task Force in 1982, Admiral Sir John Woodward , to reflect on the events which have shaped his personality and philosophy.
Researcher RONNI DAVIS Producer MICHAEL EMBER
The Countryside in Summer
Mollie Harris presents a collection of country stories including the return of the avocet and a visit to the Yorkshire Dales to meet the man behind The Dalesman. Producer CAROLINE ELLIOT
( Repeated next Sunday 10. 15pm)
The last of four plays. Final Agreement by JULIA SCHOFIELD With and The final dissolution of the house brings back all sorts of ghosts to Jonathan.
With MARCIA KING and RICHARD TATE.
Original idea by PAUL ANGELIS Directed by JANE MORGAN
Stereo (First broadcast 10 July)
A series of four family portraits with Michael O'Donnell.
1: The Checkleys: they've a new house, with two cars, two wheelchairs - and a 'miracle' son. Researcher RUTH ADAM
Producer SHARON BANOFF Stereo (R)
Can a 1907 farce make audiences rock with laughter in 1989? Richard Jones , director of Feydeau's A Flea In Her Ear at London's Old Vic, takes up the challenge, and Paul Allen looks closely at the mechanics of slamming doors and falling trousers.
Producer NOAH RICHLER Stereo
The programme that gives you the chance to report on your own stories. With reporters Susan Marling and Max Pearson. Produced by the PUNTERS TEAM. BBC Bristol
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The Negotiator by FREDERICK FORSYTH
Abridged in ten episodes by CAROLE ROSEN.
Read by Terry Molloy 1: October 1991. The US President's son is kidnapped....
Producer NIGEL BRYANT BBC Pebble Mill
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