The Sailor's Wife
Set during the last world war, Ann Chadwick 's story concerns a young woman desperately seeking accommodation for herself and her family. The town folk ignore her plight until she meets with an accident - or was it an accident? Read by Hannah Gordon.
Producer Anne-Marie Cole (R)
Tim Marlow finds Picasso intimately portrayed in a new memoir by his widow Franchise Gilot ; visits the exhibition of works by American artist Jasper Johns ; and hears the latest songs of Clive and Christine Collister. Producer Adrian Washbourne Stereo
The panel includes:
The Rt Hon Tony Benn , MP; Zerbanoo Gifford , author and Liberal
Democrat councillor; and Margaret Jay , Director, National Aids Trust.
They discuss the issues raised in Bristol.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Simon Broughton visits Georgia as it wrestles painfully for its independence from Moscow. Its culture stretches back to ancient times, and a reborn nationalism affects arts, music and theatre in the capital Tbilisi, while in the country traditions reach back to a pre-Christian era and into the realms of myth. He encounters dancing, music and singing which date from pagan times, and ends his odyssey where Jason found the Golden Fleece.
Producer Richard Bannerman Stereo
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