Michael Williams, Stephen Fry , Stephen Moore and Barry Foster star in a blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties.
The series is dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Tavener's novel.
Hot on the trail of the murderer after a series of bizarre London murders are an old-style Chief Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent
Music by Tony McAnaney Producer Paul Schlesinger
Controller Radio 2:
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
This summer the French Government decreed that Arab girls could not wear their veils in school. A simple act of educational conformism - or a symptom of the country's increasing racism? Serial: Split Skirt (3) For details see Tuesday
Mrs Beaton married to Orson Welles , Mohammed in modern-day Harlem ... this can only happen on the light-hearted history programme.
Paul Boateng MP chats to Saeed Jaffrey , Professor Lewis Wolpert , Johnny Morris and Barry Cryer. Producer Kathy Smith
by Annie Saumont. A young boy, shunned by his peers and estranged from his parents, turns to his grandparents with his questions of life. Read by Peter Meakin. Translated by Cynthia Liebow Producer Rosemary Watts
A new comedy series starring the best of the black comedy circuit. Meet Sharon, not just an information announcer but a serious artiste; Reg Boyce , the immigration officer with a talent to offend; and Felix the drugs tester, who likes to check each sample personally. With Roger Griffiths ,
Llewella Gideon , Felix Dexter , Jo Martin , Josephine Melville and Robbie Gee. Producer Gareth Edwards
1: Gentlemen Capitalists. The City of London is a unique British asset and vital contributor to the economy, but how well has it served Britain and the needs of British industry? Will Hutton of The Guardian asks if we have paid too high a price for the City's success. Producer Colin Wilde. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
Jonathan Hewat presents more classic moments from the world of radio, when presenters proved they were far from perfect. The topic for today's cluster of clangers is the weather. A Jonathan Hewat production
Part 4 of the seven-part dramatisation of the classic vampire story.
With Don Fellows, Natasha Pyne. Raymond Sawyer. George Parsons , Frances Jeater and David Fried. Original music by Elizabeth Parker Dramatised by Gregory Evans Director Adrian Bean
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