"I could never walk ten yards on Hampstead Heath. But I could walk in the most crippling shoes for days around Knightsbridge." Columnist Nina Myskow explores the deeply serious business of shopping. Producer Kerry McGeever
by Tony Bagley. Starring
Zoe Wanamaker as Jane, Martin Clunes as Roy and Toyah Willcox as Elsa.
5: Roy is temporarily distracted from his obsession with Jane by Dick's rapid descent into alcoholism and the sudden appearance of Elsa's ex-husband. However, a night of unbridled passion with Jane looks increasingly likely.
Music: Julian Wastall
Producer Paul Schlesinger. Stereo
Jack in the Box by David Marshall.
Mediocre Jack is in his box, dead. His go-getting boss, Mr Welsher , now has evil designs on Jack's dizzy wife, Jill. But has Jack really "gone"?
Director Richard Wortley Stereo
Caring by Judith Cutler.
"Young love's supposed to hurt. isn't it? When you're a teenager and the hormones twang. But it doesn't hurt, nothing could hurt, as much as the pain of middle-aged love." Read by Ann Rye. Producer Gillian Hush
by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. Starring and 5: Faint Possibility
Liza becomes a cult figure when she broadcasts details of her love life to the nation on Woman Hour.
Producer Paul Schlesinger
The final programme of the series in which Miles Kington interviews famous characters from history and fiction. 6: Josephine
"I can sympathise with your Lady Diana. When I married into the Bonapartes, I united the whole family against me." Performed by Jane Lapotaire.
Producer Anne-Marie Cole
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