Six ofW Somerset Maugham's short stories, dramatised by Neville Teller and narrated by Dirk Bogarde.
1: The Creative Impulse. The authoress Mrs Forrester is horrified when her husband runs off with the cook. with Geoffrey Whitehead , David Collings , John Hartley , David Timson , Zulema Dene and Tracy Wiles. Director Janet Whitaker
Mrs Bullfinch SHIRLEY:
This two-part play by Gillian Bevan , Helen Kluger and Tessa Peake-Jones explores the true story of Caroline Norton. with Gareth Armstrong , Linal Haft ,
Tyler Butterworth , Christine Absalom , Doreen Andrew , Jay Villers and Guy Edwards. Director Lesley Manning. A Tight Assets Theatre production
Six programmes in which blind broadcaster Peter White examines and often explodes the myths about blindness and explores its lighter side. 4: Eyelines and Bylines. Peter has become a television presenter, a job which has required him to learn to write words to fit over pictures he can't see. Producer Ronni Davis
John Tusa continues his perspective on the last 100 years in the second season of five programmes.
2: Killing. A harrowing exploration of what lessons have been learned from human slaughter.
Producers Suzanne Levy and Philip Sellars
Six real-life dramas based on the casebook of American psychiatrist Irvin Yalom. Dramatised by John Taylor.
2: Letters from the Ice Land. Starring Henry Goodman as Dr Yalom and Warren Mitchell as Saul. "As I seethe envelope I know what's in the letter." A Fiction Factory production
Love Bites. Last in the series of close encounters with fate. With Charles Gray
as Harold Wing Pinero. We have all been visited by the doubt that perhaps we have chosen a less than perfect soulmate. With Paul Raffield , Gillian Bevan , Tracey Wiles , James Nesbitt , Stephen Critchlow and Tim Hope.
Written by Phil Whelans and Gary Parker. Producer Paul Schlesinger
A six-part comedy by Colin Swash. 1: Space travel throws together the most unlikely people. with Dan Strauss , Carla Mendonca and Geoff McGivern. Producer Richard Wilson Rpt
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