Silver-suited men, flying cigars and humming space-craft -1977 was a busy year for the small west Wales community of Haverfordwest. So much UFO activity reported around such a tiny area is known as a "flap". Ray Gosling talks to a community trying to get back to normal 18 years later. Producer Suzy Andrews
By Alexander McCall Smith. A British film composer becomes a success in Hollywood but, as he flies out to America with his wife, there's just one thing missing- honesty. Read by Paul Young. Producer Bruce Young Rpt
Bert has a change of heart.
Written by Peter Kerry. Director Peter Leslie Wild. Editor Vanessa Whitburn
Repeated Monday at 1.40pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Margate with guests Janet Daley of the Daily Telegraph; Baroness Jay of Paddington; the Rt
Rev Dr Michael Nazir-Ali , the Bishop of Rochester: and the Rt Hon Sir George Young MP, Secretary of State for Transport.
Producer Nadine Grieve. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
( Write This Sitting at the Kitchen Sink In 1931 Dodie Smith made her name as a playwright but after a string of West End successes she spent the war years in America. As shooting starts on a new film version of 101 Dalmations and I Capture the Castle is reprinted, Frances Donnelly talks to
Joanna Trollope , Julian Barnes , Alan Strachan and Valerie Grove about the woman who had black and white clothes. Repeated from Saturday 9.30pm
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