Introduced by Jenni Murray. Incidences of repetitive strain injury have increased with the introduction of new technology. Marya Burgess reports on its causes, symptoms and treatment - and victims. Serial: A Rather English Marriage by Angela Lambert. Read by Geoffrey Palmer. Part 3.
Producer Sally Feldman
by Douglas Livingstone.
It's nearly 40 years since Roy last saw Mickey Batty and he'd have been happy never to see him again. They're both on their way to the October bierfest, though with very different reasons for going and with different ideas of having a good time.
With Jonathan Adams , Jill Graham , Melanie Hudson. Peter Penry Jones , Nicholas Murchie , Jonathan Tafler , Julian Rhind Tutt and Ann Windsor. Director Jane Morgan
John Millertalks to historians about their work. This week he meets Arthur Schlessinger Jnr , from the City University in New York to discuss the lives and impact o American Presidents Franklin Roosevelt and John Kennedy. Producer John Knight
A world premiere play by Tony Harrison and a major new exhibition from David Hockney - both at the same venue. Natalie Wheen visits Salt's Mill near Bradford and attends Xenakis' Bacchae in London.
Producer Beaty Rubens (Revised repeat at 9. 15pm)
by Peter Terson. Freddie takes a winter let on a cottage in the Lake District.
Director Philip Martin
The sixth of a ten-part story by Michael Frayn. Richard Dunnett can't help thinking what a wonderful writer his wife was until he came along. Read by Martin Jarvis. Abridged by Katharine Nicholas
An independent production by Adrian Mourby
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy Based on the book by Douglas Adams.
2: Fit the Second. Arthur Dent faces a hopeless choice.
Producer Geoffrey Perkins
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