A detection comedy by Michael Bond, dramatised in three parts by Alick Rowe. Gorden Kaye plays Monsieur Pamplemousse, an inspector working for Le Guide French restaurant guide, with Trevor Martin as Pommes Frites.
A Mentorn Radio production
Le Guide's Director:
Jojo and others:
The series of thrillers from the 1930s continues with Guy Fithen 's adaptation of the books by Berkeley Grey.
Christopher Cazenove stars as Norman Conquest , otherwise known as the Gay Desperado, and Bonnie Langford is his resourceful partner, Pixie.
Music by Robert Rigby. A Mr Punch production
Chief Inspector Williams:
Michael Rosen presents the first part of this year's Treasure Islands quiz from the Edinburgh Festival. Anne Fine and Terence Blacker do battle with Philip Ridley and Theresa Breslin over their knowledge of children's books. Producer Jill Burridge
Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events.
5: Martin Woollacott of the Guardian describes the plight of the Kurds in northern Iraq.
Producer Julian Wilkinson
The second of three interpretations of journeys out of Africa by leading writers. Africa to the Caribbean - a Journey of the Oral Tradition. Caribbean writer MerJe Collins travels from Ghana to
Grenada to discover and re-create the "voice" which informs her writing. Producer Constance St Louis
British writer Caryl Phillips explores six key moments in American history with six prominent African Americans. 3: The Legacy of the New Deal. Ron Brown , US Secretary of Commerce, assesses the legacy of President F D Roosevelt, whose New Deal steered the nation through the 30s Depression. Producer Tony Phillips
A six-part satire about NHS Trusts. Written by Wendy Lee.
3: Mike Blunt tries to keep the lid on the shady dealings at the hospital. with Richard Sandells , Meera Syal , David Holt and Doreen Birkeland. A Bona Lattie production
.... By the Way
Last in the series with Richard Ingrams , John Wells , John Sessions , Joan Sims , Patricia Routledge , Brian Bowles , Simon Greenall , Henrietta Garden and June Whitfield , and the voice of Brian Perkins. Adapted by Mike Barfield and Richard Ingrams. Producer Harry Thompson Rpt
Dr Laura Hanks:
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