Three programmes in which Jenny Cuffe talks to individuals regarded as a disgrace to their family. 1: Sousa Jamba was a loyal member of the Angolan rebel force, UNITA. Then he denounced his leader and benefactor,
Jonas Savimbi , and brought upon himself the wrath of his whole tribe.
Producer JOY HATWOOD
0 See Roger Woddis , left
by ELIZABETH MORGAN.
A visit to France suddenly and dramatically changes Margaret's life.
Directed by GERRY JONES Stereo
Brian Johnston umpires. Tim Rice and Willie Rushton are assisted by Bernard Cribbins and Alfred Marks.
Written by PETER HICKEY and MALCOLM WILLIAMSON Producer PAUL SPENCER Stereo (R)
It's decision time. There's a £10,000 prize for the most promising small business in the 1989 Radio 4IRadiq Times Enterprise competition. The ten finalists are assembled for the presentation by HRH The Princess Royal.
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Pebble Mill
Last of four programmes with Gordon Clough. Is Perestroika in Stagnation?
How long will the patience of long-suffering Soviet citizens endure the continuing shortages? Producer MAX EASTERMAN BBC Manchester
And pluck till time and times are done
The silver apples of the moon
The golden apples of the sun. W. B. YATES
Poetry, readings and music for autumn compiled by ROSEMARY HARTILL.
Producer AMANDA HANCOX Stereo
Wagner's Die Walkure is on stage at the Royal Opera House; Ibsen's
Masterbuilder directed by Adrian Noble at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Barbican Theatre. Plus Michael Frayn 's first novel for 17 years.
Presented by Mark Steyn Producer JOHN GOUDIE. Stereo
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