The programme that gives you the chance to report on your own stories.
With Felicity Goodey and Eric Robson.
Produced by the Punters team BBC Bristol
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Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm discover Fred the bull moose, Norman the Rocky
Mountain big-horned ram and Jeremy Cherfas , the British radio reporter, at Sybille Wildlife Research Unit in Wyoming, USA. Producer JOHN HOLMES BBC Bristol
Jonathon Porritt chooses his favourite 'Green' books; Bill Buford shows
Nigel Forde his bookshelves; and Allan Garganus discusses his gargantuan novel about the American Civil War. Producer
J. B. Priestley wasn't alone in mourning the lost empires of music hall and variety. By 1973 work was very thin for a vaudeville comic and a song-and-dance man. But Tommy Trafford and Ronnie Parnell didn't hang up the tap shoes - they set up their own company.
This summer Chris Stuart toured the seaside shows of an empire on which the sun has still not set. Producer KATE FENTON BBC Wales
< See panel, opposite
Eastern Ventures Should western governments, lending institutions and businesses be investing more heavily in the liberalisation of Eastern
Europe? Chris Cviic examines the western response to new economic opportunites in Poland, Hungary and East Germany.
Producer ZAREER MASANI Editor CAROLINE ANSTEY
Larry Sullivan meets high society in the guise of the vengeful Duchess of Malfi and country-house party-goers; and Pat Rowe goes backstage at the National Theatre as it prepares for its new play Whale. Producer JULIAN MAY
by RAYMOND CHANDLER dramatised for radio by BILL MORRISON. With
Marlowe helps a friendly drunk to conceal a crime.
Musical research ADRIAN EDWARDS
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN Stereo (R)
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