John Humphrys talks to successful people who have weathered major storms in their careers. 1: Norman Lamont. The former Chancellor of the Exchequer.shuffled out of office when his unpopular image made him a political liability, talks about how he coped. Producer Alison Perks
Charles Dickens's great novel in a new six-part serial, the first radio version for more than 20 years.
Oliver Twist escapes from the workhouse - only to find that greater dangers lurk outside....
Dramatised and directed by Nigel Bryant
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Introduced by Jenni Murray. Wendy Barnaby investigates how reproductive technology affects family realationships. Story: Polly James reads A Well-Travelled Woman from Those Sailing Ships of His Boyhood Dreams.
Paul Boateng , MP, chairs the first in a new series of the lighthearted discussion programme with a historical flavour. His guests are Lord Healey, Dr Rosalind Miles , Billy Bragg and Victoria Glendinning. Producer Kathy Smith
by Agnes Sam.
A different century and country, but Sylverani, a student at York University, discovers her future is inextricably linked to the past and to Lakshmi, a young Indian plantation worker in South Africa.
With Keith Drinkel and John Evitts DirectorTracey Neale
AU Over the Place by Michael Carson. Mongolia, India, Alaska, Arizona.
Wanderlust takes Mary Lynch everywhere. And she seems to meetjust about everybody....
Read by Jane Whittenshaw. Producer Duncan Minshull
Sandi Toksvig chairs the panel show which creeps beneath the underbelly of the entertainment world. Regulars Tony Hawks and Nick Revell are joined by Tony Slattery and Jan Ravens. Producer Paul Schlesinger
3: Tribal Gathering. Salisbury Plain on a chilly night in late spring and 25,000 young people have each paid L25 to attend the biggest legal rave party ever. Tim Malyon explores the nocturnal world of jungle, techno, garage and Ecstasy. Producer Nigel Acheson
The Government's health service reforms were intended to improve efficiency by creating a competitive internal market. Melanie Phillips examines how far that goal has been achieved, and asks whether the reforms have preserved the principle of free and equal treatment on which the NHS was founded.
Concluding the dramatisation of Graham Greene 's novel, starring Michael Kitchen as Brown, with Michael Feast as Jones.
Jones embarks on his great adventure and Brown is finally forced to leave the sidelines.
With James Maxwell , Helen Horton , Tessa Wojtczak , Rudolph Walker , Oscar James , Tony Armatrading , Kenneth Gardnier , Paterson Joseph and Louis St Juste Dramatised by Rene Basilico
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
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