The first Texaco Trophy one-day
International between England and the West Indies, from Trent Bridge. With commentary from
Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Tony Cozier and expert analysis from David Gower and David Lloyd. Including at
1.00 The World at One as FM
Plus News and County Talk Producer Peter Baxter
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Final episode with Karl Howman as Mr Sims and James Grout as Mr Beeston. Internal Inquiries. Mysteries galore ... With Tom Watson , Paul Copley. Vivienne Martin, Geoffrey McGivern and Kemal Ibrahim. Created by Jim Eldridge. Written by Richard Stoneman Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Eileen Pollock plays radio presenter Pamela Myers in the last episode of this comedy drama. Back to Back by Barry Stone. Pamela finds she's in direct competition with her rival Gary Powers. Director Kate Rowland
Quentin Cooper considers the career of Ed Wood , as a film starring Johnny Depp as the famously bad director opens. Plus a visit to an art project in Bath's Sydney Gardens. Producer Robyn Read. Rvsd rpt at 9.30pm
Johnny Vaughan asks the questions scientists and technologists would rather not answer. This week he tries to find out why so much time, money, brain-power and hi-tech research has so far failed to find a cure for cancer. A Union Pictures production. Rptd Sun 9.30pm
The Post-War Reconstruction of Germany
Christopher Cook visits the now reunified Federal Republic of Germany to tell the extraordinary story of how the country successfully rebuilt itself after that fateful day, 50 years ago, when the German High Command unconditionally surrendered to the Allies.
Producer John Knight
A comedy of connections by Ben Moor , in which narrator
Oliver Postgate talks the listener through a maze of bizarre coincidences.
2: The Train. With Miriam Margolyes , Dan Strauss , Michael Troughton , Neil Mullarkey , Kerry Shale and Ben Moor. Producer Jon Naismith
An album of forgotten sporting heroes in a highly collectable series of six parts. 2: Doug and Demelza Davidson. David Vine narrates the story of Britain's most intrepid mixed lugers. Producer Richard Wilson
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