Last programme in the series presented by Professor Anthony Clare. When you're on the consulting couch what can you learn about your analyst, counsellor or therapist from the style of their rooms?
Producers Nadine Grieve and Myfanwy Vickers
The Rhino and the Love Pavilion
In Donald Jonson 's comedy of colonial life, Lt Cartwright finds himself in as much danger from man-eating ladies as from man-eating lions. Director Matthew Walters Stereo
NEW Susan Marling I returns with the programme that gives listeners the chance to investigate issues which have affected their lives and could affect yours. Editor Jenny Walmsley
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Paul Vaughan 's guest is violinist Nigel Kennedy who has just announced his retirement from the concert stage. Also reviews of Bill Jacklin 's urban portraits in Oxford. Producer Sarah Johnson. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Mr Loveday 's Little
Outing by Evelyn Waugh. "You will find your father greatly changed," remarked Lady Moping, as the car turned into the gates of the County Asylum.
Read by Richard Mitchley. Producer Ann-Marie Cole
Margaret Forster 's 60s novel, adapted in six parts. 4: Plaingirl and the Huntsman
In an attempt to regain her beauty, Meredith orders the despatch of her baby. Can Georgy and Jos possibly save her?
Adapted by Joe Dunlop
Music played by David Chilton and Dave Swift
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
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