"I was one of the last generation of radio children," says Terry Waite. Years later the BBC World Service Provided a lifeline for him when he was in captivity. Three years after his release, Terry pays a visit to the home of the World Service - Bush House. Producer Miriam Akhtar "epeated on New Year's Day at 5.00pm * Terry Waite remembers Christmas: page 24
From sagebush to silver screen he rode the range, but few have heard of his exploits. Among his number are
Bill Pickett , Bose Ikard , Jesse Stahle , Cleo Hearn and Herb Jeffries. He is the Black Cowboy. Gavin Esier heads West to find out what it was really like. Producer Chns Kimber
Carlo Collodi 's classic Italian tale, dramatised by Tina Pepler and starring Mark Burrows as Pinocchio and Stephen Moore as Geppetto the toymaker, follows the perilious adventures of a cheeky wooden puppet who learns goodness and is transformed into a real boy.
Other parts played by members of the cast
Music by Peter Howell. Director Michael Earley
From Mahler to Morrissey and from Leonard Cohen to Country and Western and the Blues, Professor
Anthony Clare asks why gloomy music is so popular and, with guests such as Sir Colin Davis , explores how mournful sounds work on the mind. Producer Paul Kobrak
2: Jazz pianist George Shearing tells June Knox-Mawer how he made his name in this country, topping the polls throughout the war years. In 1948, he emigrated to the States where he formed his hugely successful quintet.
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