A nine-part series in which Dylan Winter and horses Rocky and Roland continue their American adventure -2,000 miles along the OregoMrail.
2: Strange cows, two Stanleys and an electrical storm Producer Brian King. Stereo
Guess who's coming to dinner. Eddie Cook , self-made man, and his wife Jenn believe just their neighbours - the Beaumonts. However, they are taken by surprise when unexpected visitors arrive. Written by Roderick Graham.
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
Part of Radio 4's Northern Lights festival. Last summer Chris Bonington and Robin Knox-Johnston undertook a challenging journey through the treacherous, ice-choked waters of Greenland's east coast and on to the snowy vastness of the interior. They back-packed and sledged up the huge Fredericksburg Glacier to their objective - the magnificent 7,880-foot peak known as "The Cathedral", the highest point of the little-explored Lemon Mountains in the Arctic Circle. This is the story of that journey - recorded as it happened. Producer John Knight. Stereo ● CHRIS BONINGTON 'S KIND OF DAY: page 106
A six-part adaptation of Barbara Pym 's novel.
1: An Answer to Prayer
Wilmet Forsyth is young, pretty and rich. When she hears a telephone ring in church her life is turned upside down. Good works and romance bring together the three men in her life: dull, comforting Rodney, dangerous Piers Longridge and the beautiful Fr Marius
Adapted by Elizabeth Proud
Producer Sioned Wiliam. Stereo
The last of the series in which Jenni Mills traces critical periods in family life and talks to families about how they weathered the crisis.
Helen and John had been foster parents for six years when they were told that a child had been sexually abused while in their care.
The alleged attacker was John's own father....
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. With Tony Barringer. Producer Thena Heshel
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