A series of six talks about the Third World. 2: Latin America's Outsiders
Argentinian-born journalist Eduardo Crawley describes how Latin Americans neglected by the state are finding solutions of their own - in the people's courts of Peru, a private social security network in Brazil, and Argentina's 'black economy'. Producer Zareer Masani
In the early 1980s in the Hotel Commodore, Beirut, there lived a famous parrot called Coco. He was the favourite of the war correspondents, which was why Walid the barman was intensely jealous of him.
Written by Juliet Ace and Vic Aiken.
Nigel Forde unravels the mysteries of Nemo's Almanac in its 100th edition this autumn.
Novelist Jean Rhys is rediscovered with the help of her biographer Carole Angier , and Scottish poet
Norman MacCaig talks about his Collected Poems. Producer Sally Marmion
Paul Allen reports on the Imperial War Museum's celebrations of the centenary of the First World War poet and playwright Isaac Rosenberg ; visits
Manchester for Nigerian playwright Wole Soyinka 's new play Death and the King's Horseman; and discusses the Royal
Opera's new production of Beethoven's Fidelio. Producer Adrian Washbourne Stereo
with Dennis Waterman.
The second of a six-part political thriller by Nigel Baldwin , set in the rugged landscape of North Wales.
Did fanatical nationalists attack an old lady? Milkie finds Welsh political currents run dark and deep ... Music Laurie Scott Baker
Director Jane Dauncey Stereo
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