2: GoneforLongWalkies. "He was truer to me than most of my friends." John Walters visits a pet cemetery and discovers the truth in the cliche that we are a nation of animal lovers. Producer Kerry McGeever
Travelling back in time to the origins of the Masons, westward to Los Angeles and north to Manchester, Professor
Anthony Clare presents a programme on the development and psychology of gangs and secret societies.
Producer Paul Kobrak
by Tim Jackson , with Julia Hills as Julie. Relationships are fragile ... like glass. Julie should know.
Director Vanessa Whitbum
In the last programme, Richard Baker visits the house that Grieg built - now home to the Grieg Museum in Troldhaugen, Norway - and talks to its curator, Erling Dahl , about the composer's life and music. Producer Michael Emery
Paul Vaughan reads a biography of Dylan Thomas to find out if the cliches about his life and work are true. Pianist and conductor Stephen Kovacevich is in studio. producer John Goudie (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by Daphne Glazer ,
"Nicky had never really liked Granger. He was the sort of kid who could be nice one minute If you were on your own with him and gruesome If his cronies happened to be about." Read by John Basham. Producer Gillian Hush
Written and presented by Chris Kelly. 5: The Cricketer. Starring Jon Glover.
What was It about Brian Oats that made him one of Chris Kelly 's personal heroes? His mighty power with the bat, or his Interesting collection of herbal cigarettes? With contributions from Brian Johnston , Rory Bremner and Rachael Heyhoe-Flint . Producer Harry Thompson
Gerry Anderson pauses in his life as a radio and TV presenter In Northern Ireland to reflect on the Ironies of living in the province.
2: Business as Usual. Not so long ago a certain Lord Mayor of a certain city here suggested - in a debate on a novel proposal to equip a certain inland waterway with eight gondolas - that to minimise cost, two gondolas be purchased and that they would breed. Producer Simon Elmes
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. With Peter White.
Producer Eleanor Garland
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