Six audio stories about people who have attempted to change their lives. 5: Nancy. Nancy decides it is time to start a new life and joins the Voluntary Services Overseas as a midwife. Then she gets a better offer. Producer Jane Ray
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Written by Caroline Harrington. Director David Ian Neville. Editor Vanessa Whitburn Repeated Monday at 1.40pm
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The summer series of topical debates comes to Manchester to discuss whether the privatised utilities, including BT and British Gas, are truly competitive and whether they serve consumers or their shareholders.
Presented by Sue Cameron .
Producer Ian Gilvear. Rptd Sat 1.10pm
Last in the series of travellers' reports from different parts of the world.
Like Entering a Dark Crystal. Writer Peter France explores the island of Patmos where St John is said to have written the book of Revelation.
Producer Kate McAII
In the last of the series of alternative solutions Mark Steel solves immigration issues. Written and performed by Mark Steel and Pete Sinclair , with Kim Wall and Maria McErlane.
Producer Phil Clarke. Rptd tomorrow 6.25pm
5: Tony Benn reveals what went on behind the scenes during Cabinet reshuffles by Harold Wilson and Jim Callaghan.
Producer Keith Jones RptThe Benn Tapes are available on cassette at bookshops and record stores in the BBC Radio Collection
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