Louisa May Alcott 's classic American novel dramatised in six parts. 2: The Big, Busy World Meg faces tribulations in her married life, and Jo triumphs in her writing. Dramatised by Marcy Kahan Musical Director Stuart Hutchinson Director Marilyn Imrie Stereo
Mrs ChesterlMrs Lamb:
May Chester/Miss Lamb:
Read in 12 episodes by Hannah Gordon.
The rich mystical insights of a 14th-century woman, Julian of Norwich.
Spontaneous, intimate, simple yet profound, she vividly describes a series of visions she experienced and her reflections arising from them.
Introduced by Dr Anne Primavesi.
Abridged by Andrew Simpson
Producer Claire Campbell Smith
Paul Allen reviews the latest Snarling Beasties' staging, Out of the Ordinary, and previews
Radio 3's play The Hole in the Top of the World, starring Walther Matthau. Producer Sarah Johnson.
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
The Things of This Life by Trish Fitzpatrick.
"Lizzie Gannon and I grew up in the small village of Crevagh. As we were the same age, and the only girls in the village, everyone presumed we were friends."
Read by Lynn Cahill. Producer Pam Brighton
By Sara Paretsky, dramatised in six episodes.
V I flies to Canada to continue the investigation on the giant freighter the Lucella Weisser. But she's in for a shock when they sail through the Great Lakes Lock.
V I Warshawski:
Man at airport:
A New Home for Scottie
When a young rear-gunner was shot down in 1942, his friend Lil inherited his toy Scottie dog with flashing eyes. Fifty years on, Lil, Scottie and a group of Bermondsey pensioners went to Hamburg to talk to German pensioners.
When Lil offered Scottie to her German host as a gesture of reconciliation, she didn't know what response she'd get.
Reporter Teresa Watkins. Producer John Watkins
Bully for the Boys in Blue
The government is about to create a new structure for the police.
David Walker asks if the new order will cut crime, and considers its possible political consequences. Producer David Hendy
A four-part dramatisation of Jack Higgins 's thriller set during the Falklands War. 1: Little Games
Ferguson of MI6 recruits the beautiful
Gabrielle Legrand to spy on her Argentinian lover.
Dramatised and directed by Scott Cherry. Stereo
Brigadier Charles Ferguson:
Major Tony Villiers:
Col Raul Montera:
Sgt Major Jackson:
Chief Supt Carver:
Queen Elizabeth II:
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