2: Aids. As former Director of the National Aids Trust, and now Labour frontbench spokesperson on health in the House of Lords, Baroness Jay of Paddington has hands-on experience of the area's pioneering role in the fight against Aids. Producer Jill Marshall
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
In the second of her special reports from the former Yugoslavia, Caroline Swinburne investigates the effect of war trauma on children in Bosnia.
Serial: Idenborough, the fourth of Five Stories by Sylvia Townsend Warner , read by Margaret Tyzack.
The customer-focused, tax-efficient, vertically-integrated business quiz forthe 90s. The panel of Peter Day , Sir John Harvey-Jones , Alastair Ross Goobey and Nigel Whittaker is chaired by Nigel Cassidy.
Producer Neil Koenig
Stephen Dinsdale 's comic monologue enjoyed a triumph at the Edinburgh Festival and then transferred to the West
End. Now the adventures of Gus Gascoigne , fanatical train spotter, are brought to radio with James Holmes starring as Gus. Director Anne Pivcevic
by Dave Sheasby.
"The wind smacked at his face and the traffic roared in his ears but he had to finish now. His great-uncle Frank hadn't given in. And it was for him he was doing this."
Read by Finetime Fontayne. Producer Gillian Hush
Concluding the adaptation of Peter Lovesey 's comedy-thriller, with Ronald Pickup as Walter, Fiona Fullerton as Lydia and Oona Beeson as Alma.
Walter has been shot. Alma no longer loves him. Did they murder his wife for nothing?
Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters
2: Pay with a credit card, get some money from a cash machine, make a call on a mobile phone: every time you do one of these things, you're logged on a computer. A large number of our actions now leave behind an "electronic fingerprint". But how easy is it to get at this information, and what uses can it be put to? Alun Lewis investigates. Producer Peter Croasdale
Presented by Tony Barringer Producer Dave Harvey
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