William Ward presents four stories from a changing Italy.
2: Visiting Velletri. Rivalry between public and private medicine, as Dr Marcello Cieri sets up his state-of-the-art cardiology wing in southern Lazio. Producer Joy Hatwood. Rptd Sun 5.00pm
From the Albert Hall to the Albert
Dock, from Gilbert and Sullivan to
Gilbert and George, Sue MacGregor plunders the rich diversity of British heritage to quiz panellists Christopher Cook , Hunter Davies , Philippa Gregory and Martin Wainwright at the Horniman Museum in London.
Producer Gillian Hush
Jeremy Nicholas visits the homes of well known personalities to explore their record collection with them and hear some musical and personal revelations. In the third of six programmes, his hosts are Cleo Laine and John Dankworth.
Producer Andrew Mussett. Rptd Sat 11.00pm
Paul Vaughan sees Lesley Garrett in La Belle Vivette at the English National Opera, with music by Offenbach and libretto by Michael Frayn , and discusses the art of the modern ghost story.
Producer Abigail Appleton. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
Peter White invites listeners to call his guest Ian Bruce , Director General of the Royal National Institute for the Blind.
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Last of the series in which David Lodge looks at life in a European city through the eyes of one of its British residents. Leipzig. From his student digs over the main square, Christopher Abbey observed the marches which eventually contributed to the collapse of East Germany. Now Leipzig is a boom city but not all the changes brought about by reunification have been for the best. Producer Miriam Akhtar Rpt
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