Six conversations in which
Sheena McDonald considers the future.
3: Employment and Work. Professor Lynda Gratton from the London
Business School envisages ways of competing within the global economy. Producers Clare Csonka and Christopher Stone
A six-part series of diary extracts.
1: England footballer Graeme Le Saux kicks off a new series with readings from sporting diaries. Will Carling,
Laurie McMenemy , Richard Dunwoody , Jonathan Agnew and Tracy Edwards read from their own diaries, revealing the exhilaration and despair that come from turning a passion into a profession. Producer Felicity Goodall
Led by the Rev Stephen Shipley with the choristers of Lichfield Cathedral.
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (St Peter); John 3, w 1-8; Ex ore innocentium (Ireland); The kingdom is upon You (Wolvercote). Director of music Andrew Lumsden.
Jenni Murray celebrates the launch of Woman's Hour playing cards - celebrating 52 top women and two jokers. Card Game 1: Poker. Serial:
Mama Makes Up Her Mind (and Other Dangers of Southern Living). Bailey White reads the first of five extracts from her best-selling memoirs.
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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Paul Copley was in the Soviet Union when the Chernobyl disastertook place. Radio 4 presents another chance to hear his play ten years on. with Garard Green , Daniel Kodicek , Wayne Howard , Peter Howell. Deborah Makepeace. Paul Gregory , Kim Wall , David Goodland ,
Stephen Hattersley , James Goode and Theresa Streatfield. Director Ned Chaillet Rpt
Lynne Walker sees a new production of High Society, with songs by Cole Porter , as it begins a national tour, and listens to new recordings of the Schone Mullerin.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
By Don Taylor. Early in February 1601, the Earl of Essex's agent asks the Globe Theatre Company to stage Richard II, a play which is effectively banned. with Charles Kay , Peter Woodward ,
Nigel Anthony , Doug Wooton , Chris Emmett ,
Peter Czajkowski , Frank Moorey , David Weston and Jonathan Dryden Taylor. Director Don Taylor A First Writes Radio production
A six-part series in which Nick Baker uses the BBC Radio Archives as a route map of changing Britain. 2: The Ml, 1959. Minister of Transport Ernest Marples opens
Britain's first 72 miles of motorway. Producer Fiona Couper
By P G Wodehouse. The final episode, starring Richard Briers as Uncle Fred and Hugh Grant as Pongo, with narration by Paul Eddington. The Old School Tie with Chris Emmett , Toby Longworth and Mary Chater. Dramatised by Richard Usbome Producer Gareth Edwards Rpt
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