The first cry from a punter's baby launches the tenth series of listeners' reports. Presented by Susan Marling.
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A series of six talks about the Third World.
1: Sex and the AyatollahsIranian feminist Haleh Afshar argues that the oppression of women in the name of Islam owes more to men's fear of female sexuality.
Producer Zareer Masani
A Future for the Coast? A report from the Marine Conservation Society and the World Wide Fund for Nature advocates coastal zone management for the UK - but is it a practical proposal? Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling report from the Dorset coast. Producer John Holmes
Six programmes with Sue MacGregor. Today's guest is the actor John Kani , associate director of the multiracial Market
Theatre of Johannesburg, who played Othello in their televised production. Producer Gillian Hush
Paul Allen at two new productions of Macbeth, by the Red and Gold
Theatre Company, and the Legend Theatre of Taiwan; talking to Peter Llewellyn Davis , who interprets theatre and opera for the deaf; and meeting harmonica player Charlie Sayles. Producer Beaty Rubens
Cliff Morgan continues his journeys in Somerset. From the Vale of Taunton Deane, through which the River Tone flows, he makes his way into the Quantocks, well known by the poets Coleridge and Wordsworth. Producer Anthony Smith Stereo (R)
Woods and Trees
With all eyes on interest rates, the money supply and the ERM,
Dieter Helm asks: are the right instruments being used to measure
Britain's international competitiveness? Producer Simon Coates
visits the Isle of Wight, where much thought and inspiration have gone into the creation of the Riverside Day Centre - an integrated and highly successful commercial venture. And anyone interested in employing disabled people can learn a thing or two from an enterprising company whose sparkling water looks like becoming a market leader.
Kati Whitaker reports.
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A six-part political thriller by Nigel Baldwin.
Milkie leaves a glittering London party to find arson and bloodshed in the mountains of North Wales.
Music Laurie Scott Baker Director Jane Dauncey. Stereo
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