Eight plays based on short stories by Rudyard Kipling , dramatised for radio by Ed Thomason.
6: Love o' Women, India, 1885.
0 do not despise the advice of the wise,1 Learn wisdom from those that are older.... land don't 't try for things that are out of your reach IAn' that's what the girl told the soldier!
Music by Trevor Allan Davies Producer Adrian Bean
Clerk of the Court:
by Jonathan Smith. In this second series, Dr Patrick Balfour , the charismatic Head of a boy's only
Independent Day School, has been elected Chairman of the Headmaster's Conference. 1: The Balfour Diaries. Now that his braindamaged son is dead, Patrick confides his most personal thoughts to his computer.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Corinne Julius talks to authors, advisers, parents and children about books which tackle sex education for the very young and for the teenager who thinks she knows it all.
Presented by Michael Rosen. Producer Jill Burridge
Starring Richard Ingrams , John Wells , John Sessions , Joan Sims , Patricia Routledge , Brian Bowles ,
Simon Greenall and Henrietta Gooden , and featuring June Whitfield and Brian Perkins. The further adventures of characters created between the wars by the great humorist JB Morton. Adapted for radio by Mike Barfield with Richard Ingrams. Producer Harry Thompson
A five-part series about children who, for very different reasons, have missed what is considered a normal childhood. 1: The Silent Sentence. After 25 years of the Troubles, there is at last hope that the violence in Northern Ireland is over. But children in Belfast have never known peace, and the traumas caused by bombings and segregation will affect them for the rest of their lives.
Sara Parker reports. Producer Ronni Davis
Corruption, lack of discipline, falling standards, dull uniformity: allegations levelled - not at government, a pressure group or big business- but against today's English language.
Join Frank Delaney and four prominent people, whose business is words, at the Oxford Union for a public discussion of the state of our language. Producer Simon Elmes
Nigel Fountain explores postwar cultural phenomena.
2: A Kind of Magic. Sir Clive Sinclair took the first step towards the sci-fi fantasy of computers ruling the world when he launched the ZX80 - the first mass-market home computer. Repeated from Friday
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