Sarah Dickinson takes a wry but light-hearted look at how the Phone has invaded every part of everyone's lives and become an unconscious barometer of fads, fears and fashion.
1: You Are YourPhotie A Ladbroke Radio production
from Dunfermline Abbey. Led by Rev Johnston McKay . Hymns: Praise Ye the Lord (Dunfermline); For the Healing of the Nations (Triumph); Anthem: Haste Thee 0 God (Batten); Reading Luke 8, w 42b-48. Musical Director Andrew Armstrong.
Chairman Robert Robinson.
Round 1 - The North West of England.
Peter Castree (computer specialist); Anne Hegerty (freelance book editor); Raymond Oakes (customs and excise officer) and Gerry Cotter (adult education officer).
Producer Richard Edis
Based upon actual events, Bruce Stewart 's play tells the story of an English priest who is sent incognito to discover whether a Franciscan monastery in Sicily has been taken over by the Mafia.
Director Martin Jenkins
More award-winning comedy re-creations starring Michael Roberts as Groucho Marx and Frank Lazarus as Chico Marx.
With the vocal talents of Graham Hoadly , Vincento Marzello and Lorelei King as all the ladies.
Script by Nat Perrin and Arthur Sheekman Adapted and written by Mark Brisenden Music: David Firman
Producer Dirk Maggs
Compiled by Jack Emery from the original transcript, and presented by Helena Kennedy.
October 20 1960 at the Old Bailey, Court
No 1, saw the start of one of the most important and controversial trials of the English legal system. Was DH Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Loverjust a dirty book or was it literature? For some the verdict ushered in the permissive society.
Director John Theocharis
Mr Justice Byrne:
Menyn Griffith-Jones QC:
Gerald Gardiner QC:
Bishop of Woolwich:
Dr Cj Hemming:
Norman St john Stevas:
Sir Allen Lane:
Bernadine AL Wall:
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