Ray Gosling takes a personal look at famous High Street traders who have combined profits with principles. 3: Presenting the Prescription of Jesse Boot He began making up lobelia pills in his mother's kitchen, then gold plated them for the aristocracy when he opened his chemist shops. But no condoms, alcohol or sex in the Boots Lovers' Library. Producer Julia Shaw
He Said It With Arsenic by Ruskin Bond.
"Have you ever heard of the Agra Double Murder? It happened when Agra was a far-flung outpost of the British Empire." Read by Geoffrey Whitehead.
Producer Matthew Walters
Eddie's planning a surprise for his loved one.
Written by Louise Page. Stereo
Warwickshire. The panel: Robin Cook MP, Shadow Health Secretary: Michael PortilloMP , Chief
Secretary to the Treasury; Ruth Deech , Principal, St Anne's College, Oxford; and Alan BeithMP , Liberal Democrat spokesman on Treasury Affairs. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Nick Utechin
The third of five visits to the worryingly familiar village of Little Blighty. With John Baddeley , Jo Kendall , Jonathan Kydd , Bernadine Corrigan , Daniel Strauss , and Michael Troughton. Written by Mark Burton ,
John O'Farrell and Mike Coleman
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
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