Wanda Sanchez , who runs two of the public access channels in New York, has trouble when she has to axe TV shows. Some producers try to bribe her, one even threatened suicide. But Wanda has had enough.... Reporter John Dryden. Producer Cathie Mahoney. Stereo
Graham Greene 's novel dramatised in eight parts. Starring with 7: Jones is "on the run" from the Haitian authorities. Brown agrees to help and finds himself at the mercy of events ...
Dramatised by René Basilico Producer John Fawcett Wilson
A series of five plays.
"Childhood is the kingdom where nobody dies.
Nobody that matters, that is."
(Edna St Vincent Millay)
3: Hanuman Childby Nandita Ghose.
Sunetra's father is Indian and her mother English, but where does she belong? She loved her father's stories of Hanuman the Monkey
King when she was little, but can they help her in real life?
Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo
A series of four programmes in which
Wallace Arnold looks back with warmhearted admiration on his four decades as the best-loved voice in British broadcasting.
3: The Seventies
Wallace remembers the decade with archive recordings of his vintage appearances on shows he made his own.
Performed by Harry Enfield
Perfect Strangers by Richard Burns.
"While you levelled the caravan I explored the site. 'Don't be long,' you called." But the boy has reason to stay out after meeting the others....
Read by Michael Maloney. Producer Duncan Minshull Stereo
3: The Nature of Things Including Kingsley Amis, Paul Jennings and James Thurber and their battles against inanimate objects. Read by Prunella Scales , Richard Briers and Timothy West.
Adapted by Mike Barfield from Frank Muir 's Oxford Book of Humorous Prose
Producer Colin Swash.
The recession still bites hard, but pockets of prosperity are emerging from the gloom.
Brian Widlake presents the third of six profiles of winners and losers.
Producers Amanda Ashton and Vanessa Harrison
An eight-part series about life in Walsgrave Hospital, Coventry, one of Britain's largest hospitals.
2: A missing testicle, rats by the flower stall, and the chaplain supporting the family of a dying II-year. old boy.
Producers Sarah Rowlands and Brian King
The last programme of the series celebrating the way things were in the 1970s. 3: Up Yours Britain
Disco, punk and economic decline at the end of the decade that taste forgot. With memories of the period from
Hanif Kureishi , Rosie Boycott , John Peel and others.
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