Four programmes in which Colin Semper meets people who, confronted by the same moral dilemma, arrived at very different decisions. 2: Sailors Wade Tidbury and Adrian Cumper found themselves in the thick of the action during the Falklands conflict.
Both men agonised over whether or not to stay in the Navy.
Producer Brian King
The last of a six-part series by Simon Brett. A Complete Break Anna takes pity on her boss and invites him to dinner - a decision she lives to regret. Meanwhile Victoria thinks the solution to all Anna's problems is a complete break with her nephew and nieces. Music Elizabeth Parker , BBC Radiophonic Workshop Producer Paul Schlesinger. Stereo
A four-part adaptation of PG Wodehouse's classic novel.
Final part: Houdini Galahad Galahad's plans look set to end in disaster; Tipton receives a discouraging letter from his fiancee; Sam is found out; and Huxley Winkworth is savaged by an angry pig. What has become of the proverbial luck of the Emsworths?
Narrator Moray Watson.
Adapted by Richard Usborne
Producer Gareth Edwards. Stereo
Are you an unbeliever if you don't go to church?
Grace doesn't think so, but in Richard Everett 's heart-warming play, her faith is put to the test.
Director Glyn Dearman , Stereo
Paul Allen is at the first night of Viva Detroit, a new play by the prize-winning poet Derek Walcott , starring Norman Beaton ; and goes behind the scenes of Hound, a new production by Graeae Theatre , one of the premiere companies working with disabled actors. ProducerNicki Paxman. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Theresa's Father by Catherine Linstrum.
On the 16th anniversary of her conception, Theresa receives a pearl necklace and a letter from the father she has never known. She sets out to find him.
Read by Elliott Nicholls. Producer Caroline Sarll
Four cases for Stephen J. Blackburn, ex-pitman turned private investigator.
When an open-air sculpture exhibition is raided, Blackburn is thrown into the jungle of international dealing - even though his assistant reckons the solution might be found nearer to home.
Written by Ian McMillan, Martyn Wiley and the director Dave Sheasby.
Stephen J. Blackburn:
Another series of evocative features reflecting life today. The Road to Barlad Missed ferries, border delays and a near riot - not what a group from a Hampshire pub had expected when they set out on their own mercy mission to a Romanian orphanage. Frustrated and exhausted by the experience, some of the group started to question the usefulness of the whole exercise. Reporter John Dryden. Producer John Watkins. Stereo
Dukes of Hazard?
The second of two programmes on economic ups and downs.
David Walker asks: does the long wait for even a modest upswing inspire confidence in future global growth and the wealth it will create?
Producer Simon Coates
Four talks about life in Ireland today by the Irish novelist Joseph Hone. 2: Ulster-Annaghmakerrig
Sir Tyrone Guthrie 's family home is now an artists'retreat,jointly administered by Belfast and Dublin.
Producer Joy Hatwood
Dick Francis 's novel, winner of a Gold Dagger award for crime writing, serialised in five parts.
2: When the favourite for the Newmarket 2,000
Guineas was nobbled, why was Sid Halley hiding in Paris?
Dramatised by Alan England
Director Philip Martin. Stereo
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