A new six-part dramatisation by Eric Pringle vividly evokes the town and country of Priestley's own youth before the First World War.
1: Looking back on his youth in 1912, Gregory Dawson remembers how he arrived in the town of Bruddersford.
Music played by Les Brown , Laurence Rossi and Tony Gamage. Director Adrian Bean
by David Joss Buckley. Fifth of a six-part drama created by Phil Redmond. There's a crisis of confidentiality for Dr Sam Benson to deal with when a patient's case history is leaked by one of his staff.
Reps played by Vincent Davies and Janys Chambers Music by Steve Wright. Director Patrick Tucker A Mersey Television Company production
Dr Sam Benson:
Dr Ros Galloway:
Dr Malcolm Holmes:
Three professional writers offer anecdotes from their store of memories.
7: Maurice Samuelson , who is in search of an uncle, hears a comrades' life story an orphan who discovers his missing family. Producer Louise Greenberg
by Michael Carson. Read by Richard Tate. Les and Harry need to get their washes whiter. Could Extra New
Washday Grail be the answer to their automatic but non-biological prayers? Producer Jocelyn Boxall
Last of the series in which David Wright meets Australians with a quest.
It has taken 40,000 years for the Aboriginal culture to develop, and less than 200 for the white man to destroy it. Former-Rhodesian Jim Doyle is trying to record their detailed knowledge of bush medicine and food. A Revolution Recordings production
"Having English as your mother tongue - a blessing or a curse?" The debate is chaired by Peter Hobday in front of a mixed audience at the French Lycee. With John Mortimer , QC, Lord Quirk and Professor John Carey for the "blessing" and Professor Ted Wragg , Professor Nigel Reeves and Lord Elis-Thomasforthe "curse".
Producer Merilyn Harris
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