Nigel Fountain on key moments in popular culture.
4: Yes We Have No Suspenders They were thick, baggy, ill-fitting and orange: tights became fashionable in 1967 with the mini-skirt boom. Manufacturers rushed to sew stockings onto panties, in the days before Lycra, American Tan, Sock Shop, 5-denier sheers, tartan fishnets and Princess Diana's "bow-tights". Producer Wendy Pilmer. Stereo
Manchester by Felicity Goodie.
Phew! What scorchers!
Leggy, blonde bombshell Carol Clewlow , author of the current serial, celebrates the joys of tabloid language.
Serial: Love in the Modem Sense (4)
Nigel Forde talks to author Julian Barnes whose new novel The Porcupine examines political and personal conflict in Eastern Europe. He also meets Robert Goddard , favourite contemporary author of the Prime
Producer Sally Marmion. Stereo
As a large exhibition of Tom Phillips opens,
Louisa Buck considers the work of the artist. There is a preview of Radio 3's play The Duchess ofMalfi, and the French designer Philippe Starck talks about his philosophy.
Producer Adrian Washbourne
The Lumber Room by Saki.
As a matter of fact
Nicholas had no intention of going in to the gooseberry garden, but it was extremely convenient for him that the aunt should believe he had.
Read by John Moffatt. Producer Tim Gebbels
... and then he kissed her.
Written by Sam Jacobs
Director Joanna Toye. Stereo .Archers Addicts Fan Club: sae to[address removed]
Jonathan Dimbleby and guests Tom Clarke MP, Shadow Secretery of State for Scotland; Rt Hon Ian Lang MP, Secretary' of State for Scotland;
Editor of The Scotsman; and Yvonne Strachan , Women's Officer for the Scottish Transport and General Workers' Union, tackle the issues raised in Glasgow.
Producer Nick Utechin
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