Six conversations in which
Sheena McDonald considers the future. What will things be like in the year 2010?
1: Europe. Japanese economist Noriko Hama predicts a different European Union from the one we know now.
Producers Clare Csonka and Christopher Stone
Live from the BBC Radio Theatre,
Jenni Murray launches the programme's 50th anniversary Best of Health initiative. Pam Ferris offers her recipe for wellbeing and joins a celebrity panel to be quizzed on women's health. With advice and information on how to stay healthy and happy, plus poetry from
Claire Caiman. Serial: Anita and Me. Written and read by Meera Syal and abridged in ten episodes by Doreen Estall (5). Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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Donald Campbell 's account of one of the great wars between Scotland and England. It's the 15th century and Henry of England is making war in Europe. France calls on James IV of Scotland to enter the fray. with Jan Wilson , Bella Enahoro ,
Eileen McCallum , Martin Hellar , Robin Thomson and Mark McDonnell. Director Hamish Wilson Rpt
King James IV:
Lady Elizabeth Douglas:
Sir William Douglas:
Sergeant Tammas Duthie:
An adaptation of Frederico Garcia
Lorca's Yerma by Ruth Carter. Lorca's story is set here within the Punjabi community of Britain. Indian bride Amar yearns for a child. with Zita Sattar , Harvey Virdi, Charubala Chokshi, Surendra Kochar, Lalita Ahmed, Shaheen Khan and Bharti Patel. Original music composed by Ansuman Biswas and played by Nawczish Ali Khan and Sunil Kaliyana. Director Kristine Landon-Smith
The Old Lady:
By P G Wodehouse , adapted in six parts by Richard Usbome. Starring Richard Briers as Uncle Fred and Hugh Grant as Pongo, with narration by Paul Eddington. 4: Night Alarms and Excursions. Pongo plans to impress his future in-laws. with Simon Treves , Teresa Gallagher and Oona Beeson. Producer Gareth Edwards Rpt
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