The first of eight political dramas by Christopher Lee. 'Charles, I don't believe you've grasped the seriousness of last night. They're calling for a conference debate. We could go down. And they want someone's head.' 'And if there's a head to roll then it may as well be mine, and I take it you, Dougal, will be holding the basket?' Producer Neil Cargill. Stereo
Child star of a child star, she's known the highs and the lows of stardom.
Liza Minnelli talks tojenni
Murray. And men who fly - why they long to zip up a jacket, snap on the goggles and wing above the clouds to 'touch the face of God'.
Serial: Mansfield Park (2)
A dramatic monologue by Raymund FitzSimons , constructed from
Emma, played by Dilys Laye , gives her own account of a storm-tossed life, with Wilkins Micawber.
With Timothy Bateson , Richard Pearce and Mark Straker as the Ferocious Creditors.
Director Ian Cotterell. Stereo
Paul Vaughan 's guests include Roy Porter , who has compiled the Faber Book of Madness, and the British bass John Tomlinsonwhois currently rehearsing for the role of Wotan at the Royal Opera House; and the Japanese cultural invasion has begun at the V and A and the Science Museum.
Producer Mike Greenwood. Stereo
from Rottingdean Cricket Club, Sussex.
Brian Johnston umpires another test of wit and general knowledge.
Team captains Tim Rice and Willie Rushton.
With Michael Jayston and Paul Merton.
Producer Jon Magnusson. Stereo
Four programmes in which
Michael O'Donnell explores today's shifting social attitudes through family life. 1: TheArnolds
Juliet and Steve met when she was only 16. He took her off to London to start a life together and Juliet became a stripper. Then she had a baby - and discovered that 'three's a crowd' ...
Producer Sharon Banoff. Stereo
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