A two-part documentary presented by Joanna Buchan. In the early 1960s, Harold and Anne Marie Wolpe , white South Africans, could have lived the good life. But Harold worked for the ANC, and as the Government moved to jail their leadership, he faced a choice between exile, life imprisonment or the death Penalty.
2: An Uneasy Truce Producer KayeColeman
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Maidens bowled over, widows grassing and playing the field.... Rachael Heyhoe Flint and Brian Johnston bat around the attractions of cricket.
Story: The Salt of the Earth by Rebecca West from Infinite Riches. Read in two parts by Gemma Jones.
A comedy of modern marriage by novelist Alice Thomas Ellis.
The day begins with preparations for pheasant shooting- he is fumbling about getting ready, while she is quietly frying breakfast and packing lunches. But it ends with shot being extracted in the sitting room....
Starring Anna Massey and Philip Madoc. Director Michael Fox
In the last of the current series, Joanna Buchan hears how a young girl escaped from the Moonies, and how after 52 years of separation, Ray found his sister a taxi drive away - tales of people Worlds Apart. Producers Erika Wright and Sarah Bowen
by Ellis Peters. The second series of The Chronicles of Brother Cadfael, narrated by Michael Hordern and starring Philip Madoc as the medieval sleuth.
4: The Wolves' Nest. It is winter and England is racked with civil war. Ives Hugonin and Brother Elyas have disappeared in a blizzard ...
Also: Steve Hodson. Jonathan Adams and Jonathan Tafler
Music by Peter Salem
Dramatised by Bert Coules Producer Phil Clarke
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. With Peter White.
Producer Thena Heshel
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