A series of six talks about the Third World. 3: Whatever Happened to El Dorado?
Pauline Melville laments the flight of people and capital from her native Guyana, once the site of Sir Walter Raleigh 's vision of a city of gold. Producer Zareer Masani
with Jenni Murray.
What happens when Hamlet hesitates? Or
Miss Saigon goes blank? Actor Paul Eddington and director Peter Gill are among those celebrating the art of the prompter.
Serial: Mary Reilly (9)
'There is no greater sorrow than to remember happiness in a time of suffering.'
Elena and Gordon struggle to come to terms with the death of their 16-year-old son.
Written by Tony Butler.
Director Marilyn Imrie
Woman on the common:
Traduttori, traditori - Translators, traitors
Is it possible to translate true meaning and expression from one language to another? The programme examines this exacting art; plus an anthology of poetry in regional dialect, and a discussion on psychological thrillers. Presented by Nigel Forde.
Producer Vivien Devlin
Paul Allen visits
Glasgow's Tramway to meet leading Canadian director Robert le Page who has brought his new theatre piece Tectonic Plates to Britain; and a new book sheds light on the music and personality of Edward Elgar. Producer Julian May Stereo
In the last of four programmes,
Cliff Morgan is on the River Axe, which rises deep inside the Mendips and first sees daylight as it emerges from the caves at Wookey Hole.
Producer Anthony Smith Stereo (R)
The magazine programme for disabled listeners presented by Kati Whitaker.
Producer Marlene Pease
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My Uncle Silas by H E Bates. The Revelation
The first of nine short stories featuring one of Bates's best-loved characters, his eccentric Great Uncle Silas, whose days were filled with wine, women and sunshine ...
Abridged and read by David Neal.
Producer Cherry Cookson (R)
with Dennis Waterman.
The third of a six-part political thriller written by Nigel Baldwin.
Londoner Milkie is well out of his depth in the harsh landscape of north Wales. And it's not just terrorism, arson and violence he's dealing with now, but corruption reaching right to the top.
Music Laurie Scott Baker Director Jane Dauncey Stereo
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