Chairman Martin Young is joined by panellists Miles Kington, Jonathan Meades and Claire Rayner for a look into the lives of the rich and famous. Written and compiled by Nick Hildred and Hugh Rycroft. Producer Aled Evans
An unusual ghost story by Colin Finbow , set in Victorian England. with Gareth Armstrong , Tina Gray , Emily Howes , Michael Tucek , Oona Beeson , Daniel Main , Nicholas Yeoman , Colin Pinney , Cathy Sara and Elaine Claxton. Director Cherry Cookson Rpt
Frederic Raphael's adaptation of his own Oscar-winning original screenplay. Starring Amanda Redman as Diana, Adrian Lukis as Robert, and Clive Owen as Miles.
A Mentorn Radio production
Vera Frankl looks at how life has changed for women in Eastern Europe. 3: Julia. Having been a dissident for most of her life, Julia Vasarhelyi at last had a chance to be a full-time politician. Editor Anne Koch
Robert Kee presents the second of four dramatic reconstructions of escapes. Over the Wall. The story of a high-wire act which got two young East Germans over the Benin Wall to freedom in 1983. with Nicola Boyce , Joe Dunlop , Theresa StreatfeW and Richard Pearce. A Testbed production
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