The programme which gives you, the listener, the chance to report on your own stories with the help of Susan Marling and Max Pearson.
Produced by the Punters team BBC Bristol
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A series of six programmes in which
Marjorie Lofthouse talks to her guests about their most precious moments. This week Jamaican-born opera singer Willard White talks about his most important day.
Producer JANE MARSHALL BBC Pebble Mill
with Jenni Murray. Selected Stories by SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER, abridged by SALLY SKRIMSHIRE. Read by Edward Petherbridge. On Living for Others
'A man and a girl were asleep on the fourposter bed. Their lovemaking had cast them into so deep a steep that neither of them stirred.' Story producer
(Music: Debussy's Homage to Haydn)
by STEPHANIE NORGATE.
With Anna Massey as Joy. Joy Mountford lives alone and rarely paints. In her youth she showed great promise. Now a young girl comes to have her portrait done and all the old wounds open ...
Directed by PETER KAVANAGH Stereo
Ten years ago broadcasting lost a favourite aunt, Joyce Grenfell. In a special tribute, Richard Baker explores her spiritual beliefs and examines her deep commitment to the Christian Science faith. Producer JULIA ROBERTSON BBC Manchester. Stereo
Hello Sovereign Bankers? In the second of two programmes on sovereignty and the nation state,
David Walker asks what price national autonomy when foreign central bankers say jump and chancellors ask 'how high?'.
Producer CAROLINE ANSTEY
Palestinian music and culture are on display at the London Museum of Mankind; the London
Film Festival makes its pick; and does the creative writing course turn out writers?
Presenter Larry Sullivan. Producer ANTHONY DENSELOW Stereo
by DAPHNE DU MAURIER dramatised in six parts by MICHELENE WANDOR. With and
Danger Dona has found love and adventure, but on returning to Navron she is horrified to find a new threat in the shape of her husband Harry and the shrewd Lord Rockingham.
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON Stereo
Dona St Columb:
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