By Ernest Bramah. 1923. A desperate girl tries to clear her father, and only the celebrated blind detective
Max Carrados can do it. With Simon Callow as Max and Lionel Jeffries as Parkinson.
Dramatised by Bert Coutes . A Mr Punch production
Mrs Lawrence/Mrs Whttmarsh:
Sixjoumalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events.
3: Journalist Ed Vulliamy explains why reporting on the war in Bosnia has deeply affected him. Producer Julian Wilkinson
In the second of two programmes to mark the 10th anniversary of the Archbishop of Canterbury's controversial report on inner cities,
Rosemary Hartill looks at the way the church has responded to the challenge to help those living in inner cities. Producer Amanda Hancox
British writer Caryl Phillips presents a series of six interviews where he explores key moments in American history over the last 130 years with six prominent African Americans.
From Slavery to Freedom. The eminent historian, Professor John Hope
Franklin charts the often complex route that carried thousands of people from slavery to freedom. Producer Tony Phillips
A biting six-part satire about NHS Trusts, which explores what can happen when money and making a profit is more important than people. 1: When Dr Laura Hanks loses a patient, it opens up a lucrative opportunity for manager Mike Blunt.
A Bona Lattie production
11.30 FM only
Beachcomber.... By the Way
Starring Richard Ingrams , John Wells , John Sessions , Joan Sims , Patricia Routledge , Brian Bowles ,
June Whitfield and Brian Perkins. Characters created by the humorist J B Morton.
Adapted by Mike Barfield and Richard Ingrams Producer Harry Thompson Rpt
Dr Laura Hanks:
Dr Dominic Henry:
Nurse Brian Summers:
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