Buildings and books, pictures and people, music and memories - all ingredients in that rich mixture, British heritage, and all grist to
Sue MacGregor 's mill as she quizzes panellists Christopher Cook , Stephen Feber , Adele Geras and Philippa Gregory at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.
Producer Gillian Hush
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Terry James 's play is a tall tale for a midsummer's afternoon. Sundar arrives one sleepy afternoon at a railway halt somewhere in East Anglia. How did he get there and where does he vanish to?
Director Janet Whitaker
Edith Wharton 's novel, dramatised in six parts, with Andrew Wincott as Newland Archer , Suzanne Bertish as Ellen Olenska and Cathryn Harrison asMayWelland.
5: The reality of "We're together only so long as we're apart" sinks in for Newland and Ellen.
Dramatised by Christopher Reason Director David Hunter Rpt
Linda Mitchell presents the magazine programme with the news, views and stories that reflect the lives of Britain's black and Asian communities, including a 75th birthday tribute to the distinguished sitar player Ravi Shankar. Producer Edward Odim
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The last programme of the series. New York. Letters home from New York are not just the jottings of tourists and travellers. They were often the only link with home for exiles and immigrants from all nations. Richard Quest compares these with the gleeful comments of British writers embarking on lucrative lecture tours of the United States. Producer Kate Whitehead Rpt
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