The fifth of eight political dramas by Christopher Lee. "Mr Speaker , will the Home Secretary explain why he is supporting the nomination of the twin brother of his closest friend? Has the Government rigged the election process? " Producer Neil Cargill. Stereo
Lord of All Hopefulness.
Lord ofAHJoy(Slane, BBC HB 309); Master, Speak! Thy Servant Heareth
(Ottawa); Be Still, For the Presence of the Lord; 0 Love Divine, How Sweet
Thou Art (Cornwall, BP 69). Director of Music
Twenty years after Sexual Politics raised the banner for women, how liberated is its author? In a rare visit to London, the American feminist Kate Millett talks to Jenni Murray.
Serial: Saint Maybe (2)
A five-part dramatisation of Ellis Peters 's novel.
Narrator Michael Hordern.
Dramatised by Bert Coules
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
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Ifor ap Morgan:
A love story by the stage and radio playwright
Michael Wall , who died earlier this year.
Dan teaches English in Tokyo. Akemi, a housewife, is his only pupil. Through her he finds out how things are, Japanese style.
Musical effects Anne Collis.
Director Jeremy Mortimer Stereo
Paul Vaughan meets poets from Cheltenham's
Literary Festival, and finds out about the changing face of Barcelona as it prepares for the next Olympics; and Judy Meewezen reports on a new drama project which explores the craze for joyriding.
Producer Jerome Weatherald
Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
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Brian Johnston umpires another test of wit and general knowledge.
Captains Tim Rice and Willie Rushton , with William Franklyn and Bernard Cribbins.
Producer Jon Magnusson. Stereo
Trial and Error
This special documentary is the first in a new series of the programme.
Gerry Northam investigates evidence of radiation damage to hundreds of patients at Britain's biggest cancer centre, the Christie Hospital in Manchester.
Producer Andrew Smith
Six writers talk to
Christopher Bigsby about the novel that has pride of place on their bookshelves. 5: George V Higgins and Appointment in Samarra byjohnO'Hara.
Reader Terence Edmond.
Producer John Theocharis Stereo
The needs of blind people: Peter White presents the results of a survey on the problems of Britain's blind population.
Producer Thena Heshel
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This week Ray Gosling discovers who speaks the best Polish, with Mrs Podhorodecka and Mrs Koscia. formerly from
Warsaw, Paul Karwowski (ex-Poznan, but now with the Halifax), and Boleslav Mazur from the School of East European and Slavonic Studies.
Producer Jenny Lo
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