The second of eight programmes in which guest presenters offer a personal point of view.
The Fat Controller. Consultant neurologist Charles Clarke explains why he thinks there's too much of the wrong sort of management in the NHS. A Just Radio production
Philip Madoc stars as the medieval sleuth in Ellis Peters 's five-part series of the chronicles of Brother Cadfael.
Between the wars, "abroad" was an unknown place over there - our view of it formed by fiction and selective history. Harry Thompson looks back to this lost world in six programmes. 3: Goodnight Vienna
Producer Amanda Mares Rpt
Against the backdrop of Alaska, boy meets girl across a bar. It might be the start of a romance, but this is a parallel universe. with John Hartley, Ross Livingstone and Andrew Branch.
Each year, the Italian tenor
Luciano Pavarotti takes a break in Pesaro. Jeremy Isaacs catches up with him in reflective mood as he approaches 60 and his autobiography, My World, is published. Producer John Boundy. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm * See This Week: page 7
Six programmes using documentary evidence to throw light on past events. 3: Mata Hari - the Fatal Lover. Why was Mata Hari executed in October 1917? As a new campaign to overturn her guilty verdict gets underway, author Julie Weelwright explores the fact and fantasy behind the legendary spy, courtesan and exotic dancer. Producer Mark Burman
The last in the series of impressions of past and present.
Roty in the Back. A flying adventure with Tigers, Moths and other wild animals in the words of instructors and intrepid flyers at Clacton-on-Sea and Duxford and voices from earlier times.
Producer Adrian Quine
In 1972, 15-year-old Sue Schilperoot from Mountain Ash found herself pregnant. Parental pressure forced her to give the child up for adoption. Twenty-one years later, Sue wrote a play,Half a Million Women, about her experiences. On the opening night, mother and daughter were reunited. This is the remarkable story of how a young girl traced her birth mother. Producer Martin Kurzik
By Joyoti Grech. Chandra is struck by the music of Billie Marker , but she discovers that his idea of "making music" is different from her own. with Jamila Massey and Sandra James Young. Music Aniruddha Das. Director Anne Edyvean
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