An Uncomfortable Freedom
What did neutrality mean during the Second World War?
Geoffrey Stern looks at life and politics in Sweden, Spain, Ireland and Switzerland between 1939 and 1945 and considers the price of their peace.
Producers TIM DEE and TIM SUTER
0 See Roger Woddis , left
A six-part thriller serial adapted from his book by SIMON BRETT. Starring
Actor Charles Paris is appearing on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe when a student dies ... 1: The Photo-Call
Producer MARTIN FISHER
(First broadcast on Radio 2)
How do you simulate the process of munching, chewing and swallowing? Actors, directors and stage-managers tell
Jean Snedegar their techniques for eating on stage, screen and radio.
Presenter Jenni Murray
Jeanette Winterson 's stories of her bizarre upbringing led a publisher to say 'Write it as well as you tell it, and I'll buy it.'
Three novels later, she is still telling fantastic tales. Presenter Griselda Cann. Producer CHRIS PALING
Anita Brookner 's Booker entry Lewis Percy ; the Taganka Theatre of Moscow visits Edinburgh with Boris Godunov , directed by Yuri Lyubimov. With Christopher Page. Producer SIMON BROUGHTON Stereo (Revised repeat on Thursday at 4.35pm)
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