Eight programmes in which guest presenters offer a personal point of view. The Candle in the Window. Irish president Mary Robinson argues that the Irish nation -with its people spread across the world - is a model for a new kind of community for the next century.
Producer Gwyneth Williams
Philip Madoc stars as the medieval sleuth in Ellis Peters ' five-part series of the chronicles of Brother Cadfael. 2: Ambassador. with Mark Lewis Jones , Shaun Prendergast and Douglas Blackwell. Music Peter Salem. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Producer Neil Cargill
Jenni Murray meets Evelyn Lau and Maxine Hong Kingston who share similar multicultural inspirations, having both been bom in America to Chinese parents. Serial: Experiment in Love (4) For details see Monday
Between the Wars, "abroad" was an unknown place over there - our view of it formed by fiction, films, anecdote and selective history. In six programmes, Harry Thompson looks back to this lost world. 2: The Dark Continent Producer Amanda Mares Rpt
Nigel Gearing's play is based on a short story by Jean Rhys. In Dominica, at the turn of the century, the newly arrived Mr Ramage shies away from the British community. with Gavin Nestor , John Evitts. Jean Lender, Eddie Nestor and Gregory Francis
Director Michelle Matherson Frederick
Robert Dawson Scott sees a new production of Tennessee Williams' play The Glass Menagerie with Zoe Wanamaker and listens to Mike Scott , founder member of The Waterboys. Producer Robyn Read. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
Written and read by Henry Livings .
"Brian wanted a refuge from the nerve-jangling tensions of business life, he said. The country was where you spent long sunlit carefree days, swigging pop from the bottle and eating your jam sandwiches long before it was time." Producer Gillian Hush
The third of a six-part series with comedian Harry Hill and the all-singing, all-dancing Family Hill. With
Burt Kwouk , Edna Dore , Al Murray , Martin Hyder and special celebrity guests. Producer Jon Magnusson
Six programmes using documentary evidence to throw light on past events. 2: Through a Glass Darkly.
Patrick Wright reads the hidden depths lying in the stained glass windows of St Mary's Church, Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire. Erected as a memorial to 23 villagers who died in the Great War, they contain some surprising messages. Producer Neil Trevithick
Four impressions of past and present. 3: The Beach. A day out in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex. As a schoolmaster shepherds his flock from station to sea, the voices of the town remember what used to be.
Producer Piers Plowright
Take 67 14-year-olds and seven teachers, place in a coach for four hot days and tour Europe. The result: DMs in Brussels, a seat in the new parliament building, a comment on the Eiffel Tower, a touch of heatstroke, a scream with Indiana Jones and serious questions on whether the EU is for them. Producer Mary Price
Judy Graham presents the magazine for listeners with disabilities.
Producer Marlene Pease
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