with Maggie Roux. stereo
with Brian Redhead and Chris Lowe
The Steven Waldorf Shooting
On Friday evening, 14 January 1983, as Steven Waldorf was travelling in a yellow mini through rush-hour London, police opened fire and shot at him five times, believing him to be the escaped gunman David Martin. Jenni Mills talks to
Steven Waldorf about the last seven years. Producer Sarah Rowlands
A shrimp's eye and a TV camera may have something in common in the way they scan the world for colour.
With Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm. Producer John Ruthven
Stereo (Omnibus edition on Saturday at 6.25pm)
In the second of five conversations,
Jenny Cuffe talks to 86-year-old Jane Saxby , a forceful campaigner for the rights of the elderly.
Producer Joy Hatwood. Stereo
Peter Stalker questions the recent enthusiasm for green issues.
Producer Peter Armstrong. Stereo
with Debbie Thrower Editor Ken Vass
with James Naughtie
Margaret Horsfield goes north to Alaska - where men are men and women like it.
Presenter Jenni Murray. Serial: An Awfully Big Adventure (2)
Tennessee, 1945: When two young brothers are left to fend for themselves, life suddenly becomes an adventure.
Written by Gaylord Meech.
Director Tracey Neale
and other business from Parliament.
Nigel Forde talks to writers and historians about the art of writing a biography.
Producer Vivien Devlin
Paul Allen reports live from Bristol on Timothy West in A Clandestine Marriage, sees private detective Philip Marlow come to the stage in Plymouth, and watches Your Cheatin' Heart on BBC1.
Producer Julian May
Jenny Cuffe visits four towns that have become inseparable from the institutions at their heart.
2: Wells and Its Cathedral Producer John Watkins. Stereo
Money Matters More? In the second of two programmes about the nationalist revival, David Walker asks if capitalism can secure international harmony among economically inter-dependent nation states and their peoples. Producer Simon Coates Editor Caroline Anstey
For disabled listeners.
Presenter Kati Whitaker. Producer Marlene Pease
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with Sam Jaffa. stereo
with Robin Kershaw Stereo
The first of two short stories read by Stephanie Turner. The Enchanted
Morning by Malachi Whitaker. A ten-year-old girl's unforgettable experience. Stereo (R)
A six-part adaptation of Nicolas Freeling 's novel. 3: Springtime in Sussex 'It isn't beauty nor good talk necessarily. Some women stay in a man's memory if they once walk down the street.'
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Matthew Walters. Stereo