Light at the End of the Tunnel. Mary Archer argues that market forces will be enough to meet our future energy needs, but consumers should be taught restraint.
Producer Gudrun Dalibor
Repeated Sunday at 7.30pm
by A P Herbert, dramatised in six parts by Nick McCarty.
5: Love Bliss. Jane gets married, but is he the right man for her? Music by Elizabeth Parker. Cellist Peter Esswood Director Janet Whitaker
by James MacVeigh.
When Magda's passionate affair with hard-drinking ex-con Francie seems doomed, she embarks secretly on a course which will test their love to breakingpoint. But how will he react?
With Michael Drew. Anthony Donovan and Rory Drew. Director Andy Jordan
The long-awaited new album from "the best rock 'n' roll band in the world",
REM; Magnum founder George Roger with his new book of photographs; and Paul Allen meets the great Polish war journalist Ryszard Kapuchinski. Producer Anthony Denselow Revised repeat at 9.30pm
by Romesh Gunesekera.
Should a young Sri Lankan woman marry the man her mother has planned for her, a Sri Lankan businessman living in Sydney, or should she remain loyal to Vijay, a local cook? ReadbyMamtaKaash. Producer Julian Wilkinson
6: The Mastersons Go Down. The final episode of the improvised historical saga. With Josie Lawrence ,
Phelim McDermott , Paul Merton , Lee Simpson , Caroline Quentin and Jim Sweeney. Producer Phil Clarke Rpt
Six programmes using documentary evidence to review past events.
The Quiet Man (How Civil Servants Won the Peace). The 1921 truce in Ireland was engineered by brilliant, but middle-ranking British civil servants who risked everything to meet the IRA. It was a secret even from those who could protect them, the British Army. Julian Putowski investigates. Producer Matt Thompson
Jacques and Jill. In the last of the series, Sir Charles Powell , former
Foreign Affairs Adviser to Lady Thatcher and John Major , examines the relations between Britain and France. Producer Gwyneth Williams
4: The Time Machine. H G Wells sent his time traveller into the future almost a hundred years ago and began a series of novels which exhilarated readers with the imaginative possibilities of science. Peter Kemp examines Wells's future. Producer Sally Marmion
A six-part series by Steve Walker.
3: Seve's Spiritual Exercises. Donald Pleasence is Chaff: stylite and chronicler, who plunges headlong into the forthcoming millennium to find his nephew, Seve, attempting to clone his way to spiritual perfection.
Music arranged and performed by Neil Brand Director Eoin O'Callaghan
In the second of the series about
American pianist Art Tatum , Alun Morgan concentrates on the late 1930s. By then, Tatum's fame had spread and in 1938 he visited England -the only time he ever worked outside America. Producer Derek Drescher
First broadcast on Radio 3
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