The programme that gives listeners the chance to report on a variety of issues with the help of Susan Marling and the Punters team.
9 WRITE to: Punters.
BBC Radio 4, Bristol BS8 2LR e PHONE: [number removed]86
Worked-out quarry faces are blots on some of Britain's finest countryside. But new techniques now being studied can give nature a helping hand to mellow these scars - with the careful use of a little dynamite. With
Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling. Producer John Ruthven
Julian, a well-to-do farmer, has a young mistress. In revenge, his wife Carol takes up with a student working on the farm. The 'love machine' brings them together, but teaches her and Julian a hard lesson. A comedy written by John Fulford.
Director Alec Reid
Paul Allen reviews Woody Allen 's Alice and Kevin Costner as Robin Hood ; prize-winning actress
Kathryn Hunter appears in a version of The Trojan Women by Euripides; and Norman Beaton takes the National Theatre stage as the President of Trinidad.
Producer Beaty Rubens
An eight-part comedy drama written by Jim Eldridge.
7: Thursday's Child
A worrying couple of days: for the staff, presented with a controversial new proposal from the school governors; and for Mr Sims ...
'The obituary writer has the first crack at history.' Andrew Rawnsley talks to obituarists, and discovers that they're not exactly the discreet and dutiful souls he had imagined. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Two programmes about the ways we choose to chart the world around us. 1: Mapmaker, Mapmaker Which is bigger,
Greenland or India? Must
Edinburgh be higher up the map than London?
And what is the 'best' way to portray a spherical world on a flat piece of paper? Peter Evans encounters a variety of maps and mapmakers - ancient and modern - and asks whether any map can ever claim to be a genuinely objective representation of reality. Producer Daniel Snowman
A six-part crime series set in 1830, a year after the Metropolitan Police Act created the 'Peelers'.
Written by Patrick Carroll. 1: The unpopular New Police face deep political unrest.
Singer Martin Carthy.
Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo * DRAMA: page 4
PC Martin Quin:
Sir Robert Peel:
Rev Charles Lyton:
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