The last in the current series in which
Chris Dunkley of The Financial Times airs your letters and comments on BBC programmes and policy. Producer Nick Utechin
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The Man with the Red Beard by Edgar Wallace.
'As you are a man of considerable property and may wish to have time to make arrangements as to its disposal, I will give you a little grace. At the end of a reasonable period, I shall come to London and kill you.'
Read by Edwin Richfield. Producer Nigel Bryant
The Mill on the Floss The final part of George Eliot 's novel. Loving and Losing
Despite the continuing feud between their families, Philip has a plan that he believes will restore happiness to Maggie Tulliver.
Simon Hoggart and his fellow columnists take a quizzical look at life. Ian Hislop and Christopher Matthew are among the contributors trying to inject some wit and wisdom on this, the 242nd anniversary of the birth of the physician Edward Jenner. Producer Bnan King
Natalie Wheen is at the exhibition of the French painter Corot at the Manchester City Art Gallery; and Judy Meewezen reports on John Bergman , who uses drama to confront the crime of abuse.
Producer Kate Wilkinson Stereo
Young love blossoms on the Green - or does it?
Written by Mary Cutler
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