Concluding Susan Hill 's study of friendship and family ties in a small English village. Adapted by Bill Matthews Music: Peter Salem Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
by Leo Tolstoy. By the time he was 50, Tolstoy had found fame and success through his great literary achievements. He had a wife and family, and a large estate. But he had not found what was most important: the meaning of life. A Confession compellingly describes his search for the truth.
Read in ten episodes by Joss Ackland.
Producer Claire Campbell Smith
In Kevin Wong 's comedy about culture clash in the catering industry, Mr Chen is willing to sell his prize recipe in order to keep his restaurant.
Director Tony Cliff. Stereo
Janet Chen PUI:
Paul Allen visits the West Yorkshire Playhouse for the British premiere of the Eugene O'Neill play AU God's Chillun Got Wings, and considers the importance of Carlo
Goldoni in the year of the bicentenary of the playwright's death. The studio guest is singer
Loudon Wainwright III. Producer Tim Dee.
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
The Murder at the Towers (The Most
Marvellous Mystery Story in the World) by E V Knox.
A body swings from the sycamore tree - Police
Inspector Blowhard and famous amateur detective Bletherby Marge investigate.
Read by Christian Rodska. Producer Viv Beeby
By Sara Paretsky, dramatised in six episodes.
V I's dead cousin "Boom Boom" knew too much about something and his flat is burgled, leading to another murder.
V I Warshawski,:
The wide-ranging series of contemporary documentaries.
Uganda is the first African country to acknowledge that it has an Aids epidemic. The chilling fact is that today at least one in eight of the population is believed to be infected with HIV. Journalist
Joel Kibazo visits his homeland to discover the effects of the virus on his family, his friends and the Ugandan way of life.
Producer Jean Snedegar Stereo
The New Masters?
The European Court of Justice overrides British MPs, forces ministers to change policy and even rules against
Jacques Delors. Paul Craig asks why the judges in Luxembourg are becoming so powerful and if they or Britain will decide how the country's future in Europe unfolds.
A series of eight stories introduced by Edward De Souza , the Man in Black. 7: Hearing Is Believing
Written by Aubrey Woods. Bizarre happenings backstage - long after the lights have gone out in a large London theatre.
Director Gerry Jones. Stereo
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