John Milton 's epic poem of the Fall of Man, abridged in 41 episodes.
15: Eve is disturbed by a dream; and Raphael is entertained by Adam and Eve.
Abridged by Adrian Mitchell Music: Elizabeth Parker Director John Theocharis
with Jenni Murray.
An estimated 70 per cent of gruesome construction site deaths could be avoided by positive management action.
Alison Hilliard talks to the women who want tougher penalties.
Serial: The Vampire
Tapestry Book One: The Ancient Mind at Work (2)
Bel Mooney talks to six people whose lives have been affected by a particular death. 3: Clare Short MP remembers her father, Frank. Producer Penny Lawrence. Stereo 0 BOOK: Perspectives for Living: Conversations on Bereavement and Love, price £9.99. available from booksellers
Gill Pyrah investigates
Nick Tosches ' Hollywood fantasy book based around the life of Dean Martin , and visits an exhibition of Juan Brossa 's work called Words are
Things. Her studio guest is A Alvarez.
Producer Jerome Weatherald
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Margaret Forster 's 60s novel, adapted in six parts. 6: Fairytales Can Come True
Georgy thought that adopting baby Sara would turn the Plaingirl into the beautiful Princess. But Jos can only see a miserable mess. Is there any hope for Georgy after all? Perhaps a villain might turn into a hero....?
Adapted by Joe Dunlop
Music played by David Chilton and Dave Swift
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. With Tony Barringer. Producer Thena Heshel
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