Written by Mike Harris
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
Evelyn Waugh 's satire on the American way of death, adapted in three parts. 2: Hollywood, 1947.
Two men are in love with Aimee Thanatogenous. One is the handsome English poet
Dennis Barlow. The other is her boss at the Whispering Glades Funeral Home, senior mortician
Mr Joyboy. Who can Aimee turn to for advice .. ?
Adapted by Bill Matthews
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
Sir Ambrose Abercrombie:
Paul Vaughan with the vocal talents of stars appearing in the Voiceover Festival; the latest record releases; the Whitbread Book of the Year shortlist; and the moving story of New Zealand writer
Producer Adrian Washbourne
Four comic adventures written by and starring
Jenny Eclair and Julie Balloo.
3: After burning the candle at both ends our heroines feel the need for a peaceful retreat to the Acme Health Club. With Helen Lederer and Paul Merton , and special guest Nicholas Parsons.
Producer Sioned Wiliam. Stereo
Mark Peter White presents a special programme on how people who lose their sight identify everyday objects, from clothes to cassettes - as well as distinguishing the contents of tins and packages.
Producer Thena Heshel
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