A series of "audio notelets" from
Julian Critchley , MP, to his successor Gerald Howarth , helped by his friends Michael Heseltine and Lord Howe. 1: How Not to Get Involved in Politics. Saucy goings-on at the Sorbonne. Producer Jane Ray
by Sue Limb. Rose, having come to terms with her husband's leaving her for a younger woman, is forced to reassess her life in the wake of a tragic death.
Director Gordon House (Firsttmadcaston World Service)
West Indies v England
Commentary on the third day's play in the Fifth Test from Antigua, by Jonathan Agnew , Peter Baxter , Vic Marks and Christopher Martin-Jenkins . With expert comment from Trevor Bailey and Viv Richards. Including at 5.00 PM as FM.
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Paul Vaughan reports on the first show of Elizabeth Watson 's art for 40 years, and meets 13-year-old virtuoso violinist Sarah Chang , already an international star. Producer Jerome Weathera Id (Revised repeat 9.30pm)
Martin Clunes , Zoe Wanamakerand Toyah Willcox star in Tony Bagley 's comedy.
4: Roy's knight-in-shining-armourfantasies seem to have become a reality. Music by Julian Wastall. Theme sung by Toyah Willcox Producer Paul Schlesinger
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