Six programmes exploring the world of Lewis Carroll and Rev Charles Dodgson : one and the same man - portrayed by Alan Bennett and David Collings.
4: And the Picture Failed Completely! Read by Anna Massey. Music Steven Faux. Compiled by Michael Bakewell Director Rosemary Hart. Stereo
Queen of Hearts:
King of Hearts:
Ethel A mold:
with Jenni Murray. "She afflicts me! She comes to me at night! She's a witch!" - accusations heard in the Salem witch trials. Three hundred years later, Suzanne Levy revisits the town and its history. Story: The Last Sara by Susan Kelly, winner of the third prize in the Woman's Hour Mystery Story Competition.
"I'm Stephanie Lawless - boss and sole employee of the Lawless Detective Agency."
Read by Celia Imrie.
The first of three plays by John Wain and Laszlo Solymar about mathematicians and philosophers whose ideas brought about their own downfall.
Anaxagoras thought he could just get on with the business of calculating the nature of the sun, but his friendship with Pericles has put him in danger.
"I proposed 400 times - she finally gave in and said yes." "My best friend picked up the phone and my boyfriend asked her to marry him."
That momentous occasion when the love of your life proposes marriage - but is it always so magical? Producer Gill Powell
Martin Jacques has been a member of the Communist Party since he was a boy. A radical student leader in the 60s, a historian and academic, for the past 14 years he has edited Marxism Today. David Walker has drawn on Jacques's personal archive to conduct an interview with this Marx man.
Producer Mary Price
The Language of the Genes
Six talks by Dr Steve Jones , Reader in Genetics at
University College, London, on the new biological insight into humanity. 2: Change or Decay
As individuals people grow old, become ill and die, yet as a species they thrive. The explanation lies with sex and genetics.
Producer Deborah Cohen
A six-part series in which Attila the Stockbroker explores the tradition of verbal abuse in cultures past and present. 4: Ritual Insults
Verbal duelling in Brixton and the Bahamas, and how to insult the in-laws at an Indian wedding.
Producer Tessa Watt. Stereo
What Hetty Did byJLCarr.
1: A Passage of A rms "Of course, although I didn't know that it was the beginning of the end, I recall the circumstances exactly. It was Saturday and the four of us were sitting at our table pushed beneath the front-room window and making do with minced scrag-end." Read in ten episodes by Hetty Baynes.
Abridged by Neville Teller
Producer Manlyn Imrie
Five programmes, narrated by Roshan Seth , telling the other side of the Raj story - the experiences and memories of Indians who worked for the British and made friends with them, fought to throw them out but kept their institutions and language. 2: Joining the Club Written and produced byZareerMasani
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