Last in the series of audio diaries compiled from more than one point of view.
Feeling the Kicks. Three young, single mothers-to-be living in neighbouring bedsits await the birth of their babies. Producer Jenni Mills
Repeated Sunday at 9.00pm
JOURNEYS INTO SPACE
The second of Joe Dunlop 's four-part adaptation of the novel by H G Wells. With James Bolam as Bedford and Donald Sinden as Professor Cavorthe first travellers in space. The sphere has survived and our heroes arrive on the moon! Music by Robert Rigby. Director Martin Jameson. A Mr Punch production
Craig Warner's adaptation of the novel by Patricia Highsmith. When two young men meet on a train, there's nothing they fear to say. They'll never see each other again.
By Catherine Linstrum. Ahmed travels to Europe to work, leaving his wife behind. "After eighteen months of working in Europe, Ahmed missed his wife so much that he couldn't remember her face." Read by Gareth Armstrong.
Producer Caroline Sarll. Rptd next Sunday
Four-part comedy series about the worst airport in Britain.
3: Lyndon has his eye on the coveted "Employee of the Month" award. With Michael Buffong , Roger Griffiths ,
Uewella Gideon , Felix Dexter , Jo Martin , Josephine Melville and Eddie Nestor. Producer Gareth Edwards
Are "New Men" born or made? Nick Baker
explores the often uneasy relationship between feminist mothers and their sons. From babyhood, through school, to manhood, how do their mothers influence them?
Producer Rebecca Farnworth
Lights the Way for Vietnam and Eclipses the West. In the last of a series examining the social, economic and political impact of the rise of Asia, Edward Stourton visits the packed pavements of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to see how the poor are beginning to benefit from economic reform.
Producer Sue Davies. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
A six-part series of Scottish humorist John McKay 's popular reminiscences of adolescent life.
3: The Rag. In sleepy Fenton Heugh , no news is good news, so what does the local newspaper do when something actually happens? Producer Noah Richler
By Richard Nelson. Starring
Zoe Wanamaker. In her eighth month of pregnancy, and at an impromptu
Thanksgiving dinner in London, Ann Day 's suspicions of her husband's infidelity come to a head. with Melinda Walker. Director Ned Chaillet
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