The first of three programmes in which David Bean revisits his youthful haunts to see how they have changed. Today he goes back to his birthplace - Tottenham in north London. ProducerGillian Hush Stereo
Introit: Let There Be
Light (A Wilson); 0 Come, 0 Come, Emmanuel (
Veni Immanuel , BBC HB 36); John 8, w 12-19; Bow
Down, You Stars (Sibford Gower); There's a Light upon the Mountains. Director of Music
The last of a four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier's novel.
Alone and desolate after her horrific encounter with the wreckers, Mary has sought help from the only people she can trust - the Bassats and Francis Davey. Stereo
Bookworms and bibliomaniacs battle as Nigel Forde hosts two celebrity teams of writers in literary games for
Christmas. Guests include
Clare Francis and John Mortimer.
Producers Sally Marmion and Abigail Appleton
The last in the series of bitter-sweet comedies by the Indian writer RKNarayan. The Axe
If the old house remains intact, Velan's beautiful garden with its Margosa tree will also endure. But the years pass and the property developers gather. Read by Sam Dastor.
Can Eddie be in two places at once?
Written by Louise Page
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From Pearl Harbor to
Psycho Nigel Andrews concludes his series on Hollywood with a look at the films of the 50s, a decade that starts with a man singing under a shower and ends with a woman being stabbed in the shower.
Directors and stars including Woody Allen ,
Fred Zinnemann , Sidney Lumet and Martin Scorsese discuss
McCarthyism, Method acting and showbiz pzazz, and look forward to 1960 when ftycAofinally killed off the big studio era. Stereo
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