Tim Marlow reviews
Peter Hall 's new production of Pinter's
The Homecoming starring Warren Mitchell ; artist John Schueller shows the paintings that stem from his fascination with Scotland's west coast; and the programme looks at the state of the art market.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo
This week the transport magazine programme looks at how continental
Europe deals with its bad weather conditions, and at how the roads and railways remain open in Germany and Switzerland. Producer Jill Thomas
This week's panel: Tony Banks, MP,
Labour Party Spokesman on Social Security;
Emma Nicholson , MP; Sue Slipman , Director of the National Council for One-Parent Families; and Auberon Waugh , Editor of the Literary Review. From Wincanton,
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Paul Allen talks to the writer
Anthony Minghella , who has achieved success as a playwright in the mediums of theatre, television and radio. It is in the latter, as the winner of national and international awards, that he has been particularly noted for developing the use of the medium that depends on sound alone for its effect.
Producer Mike Greenwood Stereo
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