with Jenni Murray.
Serial: The Wedding Group by Elizabeth Taylor. Read in 13 episodes by Patricia Hodge. Although Quayne is mostly a world of women, it is dominated by "the master",
Harry Bretton , an artist not a million miles away from Augustus John. His granddaughter, Cressy, is determined to escape. Abridged by Meg Clarke
Music: Delius' Scherzando
by Tony Bagley. Starring
2: Roy decides to become a reconstructed new man and joins an environmental pressure group in order to impress Jane. Meanwhile Pavarotti appears in his dreams with some invaluable advice.
Music: Julian Wastall
Theme sung by Toyah Willcox Producer Paul Schlesinger Stereo
Hitchcock and Toyah:
Seaside by Thomas McLaughlin.
Judy sits on a beach in the south of Ireland at three o'clock in the morning, deciding whether she should travel to England for an abortion, when Sally is washed ashore.
Director Pam Brighton
This week Joanna Buchan introduces stories of escape. Among them: Osci Tabac , the human cannonball who escapes death daily, and Lucy Boutaleb , who escaped from her life as a runaway when she fell in love with and married - a prince. Producer Hilary McLennan Stereo
As the latest volume of the Dictionary of National Biography is published, Gill Pyrah investigates who qualifies for an entry. Plus a review of Radio 4's
The Older Woman. The studio guest is author and musician Kevin Coyne. Producer Tim Dee
The Quilt by Jenny Hursell.
"Ruth would sit on the stairs and stare at it, marvelling at the way such crazy misshapes of cloth had been fitted together to make a regular whole."
Read by Melissa Sinden. Producer Gillian Hush
by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie.
Starring James Bolam as Bill and Lynda Bellingham as Faith. 2: Short Change
Bill and Faith's dreams of a luxury riverside flat disintegrate when Hannah announces she's taking a year out of university and Joe returns prematurely from America.
Producer Paul Schlesinger
Three programmes in which Anthony Howard traces the turbulent history of the trade union movement since the Second World War. With contributions from the shop-floor to No 10.
3: She Didn't Want to
Producer Mark Savage.
The third of six programmes in which Miles Kington interviews characters from history and fiction. Mona Lisa.
"Leonardo was insufferable. He knew more than any man or woman I have ever met, and he knew it. He treated me as a sounding board...." Mona Lisa performed by Miranda Richardson.
Producer Anne-Marie Cole
with Peter White. Producer Thena Heshel
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