Wendy Austin meets the controversial poet Fiona Pitt-Kethley .
Serial: The Matisse Stories by AS Byatt . Medusa's Ankles. A voluptuous picture of The Rosy Nude attracts a middle-aged woman into a hairdressing salon. Read by Annette Crosbie. Abridged by Pat McLoughlin Editor Sally Feldman
Another chance to hear Paul Herzberg's play, set in 1971. A conscript soldier Ray Kemp betrays a friend. Twenty years later, in London, fate offers the chance of redemption.
Director Andy Jordan
Gerry Anderson invites you to join him each weekday afternoon for an hour of daily live conversation. Add your views to the mix of debate, stories from around the country, unadulterated opinion and frank exchange. Call him with your comments on [number removed]. Editor Sharon Banoff
Robert Dawson Scott talks to the composer Berthold Goldschmidt as a record of his banned music is released, and considers why so many soloists and conductors perform from memory. Producer Erika Wright
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Janet Plater 's first play is a raw and moving account of living with an alcoholic. "Only people like us, who have lived with an alcoholic, can understand the mental agony that goes with we're co-alcoholics," say the members of the support group whose fortunes the play follows.
Director Ned Chaillet
One misty day in Manhattan. Mr Iqbal Singh arrived at the door of showbiz lawyer Richard Golub. who hired the mystical-looking Sikh on the spot, dubbed him "Mr K" and made him his butler. Their turbulent relationship is explored in the last of the series. Producer Gwyn Richards
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