As the season changes, Simon Brett picks diary extracts for 4 September Vera Brittain finds courtship by correspondence difficult in 1915, Denton Welch tells how a cad is unmasked in 1943, and a post-war Mass-Observation diarist puts the case for having three husbands. Readers Sean Barrett and Lin Sagovsky. Producer Kate McAII. Stereo
Tim Marlow visits Bristol for an exhibition of the stone carvings and bronzes of sculptor Peter Randall -Page, and talks to Dick Francis about his latest thriller Driving Force.
Producer Abigail Appleton. Stereo
Telling Stories by Maeve Binchy.
The evening before the wedding, Irene's husband-to-be turns up with a face as white as the dress that is to be worn the next day. Read by Joanna Myers.
Producer Duncan Minshull
Pool-side fun for the Grundys.
Written by Graham Harvey. Stereo
The last in the current series where Britain's leading utilities come in for a public grilling.
British Rail Chairman Sir
Bob Reid , Major General Lennox Napier , Chairman of the Central Transport Consultative Committee, and Jenny Kirkpatrick face a live audience in St
Mary's Church, Peterborough.
Producer Paul Kobrak
The Log of a Griffin Final part.
A Name on a Walnut Tree
"Simla has been in an uproar through the immense number of coolies collected to take our baggage down to the plains. Notwithstanding that we are to make a most imprudent change of climate from where the thermometer stands at sixty-two midday to where it ranges from ninety-six to a hundred, the Governor General has decided on leaving the hills before the rains set in."
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