for September 17, the last programme in the series presented by Simon Brett. Count Tolstoy castigates himself for bad behaviour in 1854; Sussex shopkeeper Thomas Turner is the talk of East Hoathly in 1762; and hospital hierarchy makes life difficult for young wartime nurse Mary Morris. Readers Sean Barrett , June Barrie , Sally Cookson and Rex Holdsworth. Producer Kate McAII
With questionmaster Stefan Buczacki and two teams led by I rene Thomas and Norman Painting. The guests in the last Programme of the series are Tony Britton , Jan Leeming , Lady Antonia Fraser and Sir Bernard Ingham.
Producer Diana Stenson
Tom Stoppard 's play Travesties is revived by the Royal Shakespeare Company, starring Anthony Sher. Tim Marlow offers a first-night review and discusses a major show of American 20th-century art. Producer Tim Dee
Written by Mary Cutler
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Rt Hon Paddy Ashdown , MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats; Pamela Charlwood , Regional General Manager of the South West Region Health Authority; and Jack Straw , MP, Opposition front bench Local Government spokesman tackle the issues raised in Okehampton, Devon. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nick Utechin
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