The last of the series in which listeners report on a variety of issues with the help of Susan Marling and the Punters team. Producers Nick Clarke , Miriam Akhtar. Paul Dodgson and Jeffrey Olstead
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Searching for a Cause The last of four talks by BBC Foreign Affairs Editor John Simpson , in which he looks back at the events of 1989 and 1990. Today: the failed revolution of the pro-democracy protesters in China in the late spring of 1989. Producer Geoff Spink
As the Forestry
Commission re-examines the social and natural value of Britain's tree farms, Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling explore the country's forests from the last Ice Age to the greenhouse world of the 21st century. Producer Grant Sonnex
A season of plays looking into a future.
Flowers for Algernon Daniel Keyes 's science-fiction story, from which an Oscar-winning film and a musical have been made. Tom Courtenay stars as the backward Charlie, who is offered a miraculous cure for his low IQ.
Director Matthew Walters. Stereo
Robert Dawson-Scott meets the Canadian cellist
Ofra Hamoy , and reports on two theatre productions of Scottish classics currently on tour in Scotland.
Plus, Tony Jaques with an update of arts news. Producer Belinda Sample
Ten epic stories.
3: Lois Lane Is Dead - and Lex Luthor Sets a Trap ...
With Garrick Hagon and Shelley Thompson.
Based on stories by John Byrne and Jerry Ordway. published by and used under licence from DC
Comics Inc. Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Adapted, written and produced by Dirk Maggs. Stereo
This week, Dr Jonathan Sacks takes up his post as Chief Rabbi of Great
Britain and the Commonwealth. On the occasion of the Jewish New Year Festival of Rosh Hashana he outlines his vision for the future to
Trevor Barnes and faces a panel of critics who dispute his claim to be the sole authentic voice of Judaism. Producer Christine Morgan. Stereo
The second half of a two-part drama by James Hamilton-Paterson . Lost Voices
'December 7 1923, Manaos. The old Hildebrands, tied up to the muddiest waterfront I've ever seen.
I've not the first idea why I've come ...'
With Christopher Good.
Producer John Powell. Stereo
Magdalena von Pussels:
Rev Miles Moss:
Dick Francis 's novel adapted in four parts. 2: Hunt the Saboteur
Matt's plane explodes in a ball of fire - and problems always come in threes ...
Dramatised by Martyn Read Producer David Hitchinson
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