Love to Madelaine by Craig Warner. Starring
Miranda Richardson , Richard E Grant and Philip Davis. "I'm not at all sure you should get in the habit of ringing people, threatening to post them somewhere in a bag, and putting the phone down...."
They both love Madelaine, the lover and the husband. But do they protest too much? An unexpected telephone call reveals all. Director Andy Jordan
In a series of four programmes Jenni Mills reveals the stories behind some of the headlines of the last few years.
On December 21st 1988 Pan Am flight 103 crashed in the Scottish borders at Lockerbie. Jim and Jane Swire's eldest child, Flora, was on board. Jim has spent the past few years seeking media attention - finding his own way of making sense of his daughter's death.
Gill Pyrah reads a novel by Tim Pears , and talks to the poet and political thinker June Jordan.
Judy Meewezen visits some artists working with water.
Producer Jerome Weatherald
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
The concluding part of Deborah Moggach 's story. Velda's boyfriend Kenneth disappears from her flat and she decides to follow him. Her journey takes her to an unexpected destination.
Read by Barbara Flynn. Producer Jocelyn Boxall
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