Dylan Winter and his faithful horse Molly pull a cargo boat along 300 miles of canal from Liverpool to London.
3: Into Harecastle tunnel with the bat lady, a mishap for Molly and loading two tons of toilets. Producer Brian King. Repeated Sunday 5.00pm
Once again the instant composer is out and about, looking with a wry eye at the familiar pastimes and professions of this wayward island.
1: Defence. This week. Richard focuses on those who protect us from invasion in a cabaret of sketches and songs recorded in the hangar of the Royal
Navy's largest ship, the aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious. With Belinda Lang.
Charles Collingwood and Kerry Shale. Plus special guests Pam Ayres and the Pleasant Pluckers.
A Heavy Entertainment production
Performance poet Martin Glynn uses poetry and prose accompanied by improvised jazz to explore a young man's search for his lost identity. A young man has never met his
Jamaican father or his family. But one night a pair of mysterious strangers transport him on a journey back to an unknown past and help him to discover who he really is.
Musicians Keith Jafrate (sax) and Paul Hession (drums). Director Nandita Ghose
by Kathleen Jones.
"Lately it's begun to bother me that my life has become so exclusively female. Men no longer whistle at me from building sites. Girl friends invite me to dinner parties where we eat vegetarian high fibre food and discuss our ex-husbands."
Read by Valerie Windsor . Producer Gillian Hush
John le Carre 's story in eight parts. Starring James Fox as Magnus Pym ,
James Grout as Jack Brotherhood and Brenda Bruce as Miss Dubber.
6: Jack Brotherhood continues with his investigations, picking his way through the past life of the missing Magnus Pym.
With Jilly Meers. Gertan Klauber. Peter Majer , Royce Mills , John Nettleton. Alexei Jawdohimov Music by Max Harris. Adapted by Rene Basilico Producer John Fawcett Wilson Rpt
Juliet Alexander presents the magazine series which highlights issues relating to the lives of black and Asian people in Britain and other countries.
Producer Mohit Bakaya
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Philadelphia - city of "brotherly love", the Liberty Bell, freedom and equality: writer, actor and singer Marsha Hunt takes Arthur Smith back to her birthplace to look at the history of American Independence through new eyes - growing up through America's "radical perestroika" of the 50s. Producer Sara Jane Hall Rpt
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