I A six-part ' adaptation of Barbara Pym 's novel.
1: An A nswer to Prayer Wilmet Forsyth is young, pretty and rich. When she hears a telephone ring in church her life is turned upside-down. Adapted by Elizabeth Proud Producer SionedWiliam. Stereo
Paul Allen meets
Janet Suzman , playing Phaidra in Euripides' Hippolytos, and director Phyllida Lloyd ; the RSC's Measurefor
Measure opens at
Stratford; and Nick Baker visits a convention of harmonica players. Producer Tim Dee. Stereo
Jumping into Bed with Luis Fortuna
'Some Mondays alone in the house, faced with unwashed dishes, unswept floors, unmade beds.... she'd let herself be seduced.' Read by Maureen Beattie. Producer Bruce Young
Ten epic stories.
5: Panic on the Streets of Metropolis - and a Dilemma for the Man of Steel
Based on stories by John Byme and Jerry Ordway , published by and used under licence from DC
Comics Inc. Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
Adapted, wrrtten and produced by Dirk Maggs. Stereo
TariqSadiq and Polly Worsley approach their final term at Durham
University. The next few weeks will be fraught with last-minute tension and job-hunting. This is the story of their eventful last months at Durham, as they prepare for a new life far from tutorials and summer balls.
Producer Wendy Pilmer. Stereo
At the end of the year,
Europe is meant to move forward as member states agree new treaties. But are we all in step? In the first two programmes of a new series, David Walker asks how much convergence has there really been in Europe?
Producer Frank Smith
The last episode of Dick Francis 's novel.
Double or Quits
Can Matt catch mad Major Tyderman before he strikes again?
Dramatised by Martyn Read Director David Hitchinson Stereo
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