Annette Kobak invites six travellers to reflect on a journey.
3: Sir Laurens van der Post confronts the memory of a tragic expedition to Malawi over 40 years ago. Reader Hugh Dickson. Producer Kate McAII. Stereo
van Der Post
An eight-part comedy drama by Alex Shearer. 5: Endangered Species
Desperate to be seen to be green, the Ambassadors from both East and West try to reconcile materialism with ecological common sense. Agreement on policies proves impossible and time is running out - diplomacy may soon be extinct.
Producer Neil Cargill Stereo
Gill Pyrah 's studio guests are the authors
Marsha Hunt and Gloria Naylor talking about black
American literature. Also reviews of radio plays broadcast today: The
Bagel Philosopher on Radio 4 and Too Much of Good Thing on Radio 3.
Producer Belinda Sample Stereo
The Bad Boy by Berlie Doherty.
Geraldine's parents are concerned about the influence the local "bad boy" is having on their daughter.... but what is the secret that takes her down to the seashore at night?
Read by Kathryn Hunt. Producer Rosemary Watts
starring Tom Miles and Rob Millner , with special guests Jim Tavare , Jonathan Cecil and Flaminia Cinque.
Half an hour of comedy and music in which the classics are mangled beyond recovery.
Producer Harry Thompson Stereo
The series in which
Stephen Pile Investigates the strange case of Britain today.
2: The Future.
The Henley Centre for
Forecasting predicts the future and so far they have been pretty accurate. They predicted the rise of the green consumer, the demise of the "yuppie" and the result of the General
Producer Anne.Marie Cole
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap.
Presented by Peter White. Producer Thena Heshel Stereo
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