Are you obsessed with your motor car, or are you just infuriated by everyone else's? In the second of four personalised documentaries, former racing driver Sir John Whitmore argues that we're heading into the pits unless we adopt a new attitude towards the car.
A six-part adaptation of Barbara Pym 's novel. 5: The Fabergé Egg A time of turmoil. Spring is in the air and Wilmet meets Piers in the park. Wilf Bason has something to hide. Mary Beamish makes an amazing revelation. Producer Sioned Wiliam Stereo
Mick Jones's unusual play blends music, fact and dream to tell the story of the Rowscott Morris: an Oxfordshire morris side who dance together, enlist together - and find themselves attacking together in the opening days of the Battle of the Somme.
Dances performed by the Wheatley Morris Men. Traditional music John Kirkpatrick.
Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo
Robert Dawson-Scott is at the first night of Alan Ayckboum 's The Revengers' Comedies starring
Griff Rhys Jones ; meets theatre director Mike Alfreds , currently setting off on a nationwide tour with his Cambridge Theatre Company; and visits the Manchester Art Gallery to experience the 50s.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Shore Dances by George Mackay Brown. Friendly barter with a foreign ship leads to official disapproval in this island comedy - broadcast on the author's 70th birthday. Read by John Shedden. Producer Bruce Young
Ten epic stories.
9: Clark discovers his true identity -just as Metallo seeks him out.... With
jon Pertwee ,
Simon Treves and Shelley Thompson. Based on stories by John Byme and Dave Gibbons , 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
Not in Front of the Children
With the Children Act coming into force this week, David Walker asks: do public and politicians increasingly prefer to leave sensitive social policy to the professionals? ProducerFrank Smith
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