The second of five programmes in which Helen Lederer reveals her recipes for coping with life. Today she moves house....
With Malcolm Raeburn Nigel Carrington Barbara Dryhurst and Sandra Maitland.
Producer Paul Z Jackson. Stereo
Seven programmes in which Robert Booth takes a light-hearted view of history, with this week's guests:
Margaret Rule of the Mary Rose Trust, Auberon Waugh , historical novelist George McDonald Fraser and Robert Rhodes James , MP. Producer Harry Thompson Stereo
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Set in a Paris apartment building, the tale of two embittered women, jealousy, the Mafia - and a black widow spider. Written by Elizabeth Wainwright.
Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo
Italian delivery boy:
The last programme in the series on great radio figures.
Nothing Is Wasted
A P Herbert - writer, politician, lyricist - loathed hypocrisy and pursued a variety of common-sense causes.
Charles Kennedy explores his life and times. Producer Fiona Couper
The last part of a journey through West Africa. Continental Drift
Ferdinand Dennis arrives in Ghana, the first
African nation to win its independence from Britain and the historic home of pan-Africanism. Producer Noah Richler. Stereo
with Nigel Andrews.
Penelope Fitzgerald 's new novel is The Gate of Angels; Lindsay Russell investigates the art of the film extra or 'crowd artiste'; and the Edinburgh Film Festival. Producer Richard Bannerman Stereo
A thriller in five parts.
4: Orange Juice and Sugar
Instead of murdering Tara, Hindle has made love to her. Jack is dying of cancer and Hindle has no taste for more killing.
Written by Andrew Rissik.
Director Glyn Dearman.
One of this country's leading chamber ensembles, Fine Arts Brass, displays the lighter side of its repertoire. Featuring Bryan Allen , Andy Culshaw ,
Stephen Roberts , Simon Hogg and Richard Sandland.
Producer Richard Edis. Stereo (R)
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