Ferdinand Dennis talks to five people born in the colonies but now living in Britain.
2: Clyde Williams , now Chief Executive of FullEmploy Training, was born poor in Guyana but in the 1980s ran his own computer firm with a 935m turnover. He talks about his success and philosophy.
Producer Marina Salandy-Brown
with Jenni Murray.
The yuppie generation of the 80s is becoming a rich picking ground for authors. Denise Robertson and Caroline Bridgwood discuss the literary lure of the last decade.
Serial: Hester Lilly (4)
Fifty years ago, Plymouth suffered heavily from
German air raids. At the time, Priscilla Napier recorded her impressions of the city and its people in her 'verse documentary'. Narrator Danny Schiller.
Adapted by Bert Coules Director Martin Jenkins
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Peter Mayle , author of the best-selling journal, A Year in Provence, introduces the sequel, Toujours Provence, the Trollope Society is now four years old - Joanna Trollope discusses its aims and ambitious publishing project; and a browse around the bookshelves of novelist
Presented by Nigel Forde. Producer Vivien Devlin
What do Bach and Reginald Dixon have in common? And why does Nigel Kennedy have to put Mars bars into his mouth sideways before he picks up a violin? Tom Miles and Rob Millner present six programmes of classical music as you have never heard it before. With special guests Jonathan Cecil , Flaminia Cinque and Professor Jim Tavare.
'When you think of the word bullying, you think of the school bully ... you don't think about it happening in respectable places of work ...' In the first of two programmes, men and women share the experiences and consequences of being bullied at work.
With Andrea Adams.
Producer Cathy Drysdale Stereo
The last programme of a three-part series assessing the effects of recent major disasters on the people involved. The Officials
Often the aftermath of a disaster is almost as tragic as the disaster itself. Should the bereaved see the body of the person they loved? How, if at all, can coroners, police and other officials ease the pain of all of those tragically caught up in a disaster? Producer Sue Davies
Jennifer Phillips 's five-part comedy series set in the offices of a London car firm. 2: A Tasty Motor
Eddie, the 'controller', finds Angela, the new owner of the dodgy car business, appallingly ] honest. But there's another complication, apart from love in the air - what has Frenchie done to Angela's Peugeot?
Director Richard Wortley. Stereo
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