2: " ... And Jolly Good Company" Nigel Farrell continues his journey through Britain's corporate vaults to find accounts of the works outing, canteen grub, amateur dramatics and other aspects of social and welfare provision for workers during this century. Producer Nick Patrick
My Son, My Son by Howard Spring.
Third of five parts, with Ronald Pickup as William Essex.
Maeve is now a huge success in the theatre and Essex is tempted to write a play for her. Rory has been sent to Ireland for his education. Essex's relationship with Oliver. whom he still adores, is threatened when they both meet the beautiful Livia Vaynol.
Writing for millions -
Harry Patterson , alias Jack Higgins , talks to Nigel Forde about his career, from odd jobs and indecision to international bestseller. Also, the translation of Mary Wollstonecraft from 18th-century feminist to modem day fictional heroine. producer Abigail Appleton
A Little Place off the Edgware Road by Graham Greene.
Craven hated his body. His nightmare was, not that the body died too soon, but that the body might not die at all ...
Read by John Rowe.
Producer Sarah Kilgarriff
Caroline's past catches up with her.
Written by Janey Preger Director Tim Coleman
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Joining Jonathan Dimbleby to tackle issues raised in Wolverton, Bucks, are
Janet Cohen , Director of Charterhouse Bank and crime writer; Dr Steve Jones , Professor of Genetics at University
College, London; Helena Kennedy , QC; and Lord Tebbit.
Producer Nadine Grieve
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