The first of four audio diaries reflecting more than one point of view. A group of vicars tackles an Outward Bound course. "So how exactly will this help when a parishioner comes knocking on my door late at night wanting to discuss a problem with the Trinity?" Producer Jenni Mills
A six-part series created by Jim Eldridge. Written by Ronald Hayman. Starring Karl Howman as Mr Sims and James Grout as MrBeeston. 5: Confusion with Paul Copley. Teresa Gallagher , James Nesbitt. Ben Jeffrey. Jade Malkan and Anthony Hamblin. Producer John Fawcett Wilson Rpt
By Moya O'Shea. Since moving to their retirement home in Shell Cove, Western Australia, Myra has felt redundant, but then a call goes out on the radio to help with the rescue of a number of stranded whales. with Federay Holmes , Dominic Letts. Trevor Gare , Juliet Prew , Daniel O'Grady and Becky Hindley. Director Tracey Neale
More Precious than Freedom in China Southern China is the fastest growing region in the world. In the first of a new series examining the political, social and economic consequences of Asia's rise to fortune,
Edward Stourton looks at the political price the Chinese are prepared to pay. Producer Sue Davies. Rptd on Sunday
Judy Graham talks to Jennie Roberts about her years of battle to get childcare professionals to recognise that her son, Tom, who committed suicide at the age of 27, had some form of mental and physical handicap. Producer Colin Hughes
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Science fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury introduces the fifth of six of his short stories.
Dramatised by Catherine Czerkawska.
What could help a grief-stricken family? A Mark 5, 110 volt, AC/DC, electric what!!!?
Mark V AC/DC Electrical Grandmother:
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