Introduced by Jenni Murray. A rose is born with the Woman's 's Hourname. Corinne Julius reports. Serial: Shirley Williams : Snakes and Ladders, a Political Diary 2: My New Found Land For details see yesterday
England v India
Commentary from Trent Bridge on the final day's play in the Third Test. With Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Harsha Bhogle.
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Caroline Quentin hosts six Programmes of a new panel game inspired by crosswords. Team captains Toby Longworth and Richard Morton and guests David Quantick and Fred McCaulay do their best to put her off. Producer Gareth Edwards
By Helen Kluger. When Pat and Maurice qualify for a bridge tournament in Bournemouth, neither is prepared for the secrets that surface as they revisit the town where they honeymooned. Director Tessa Peake-Jones
In the first of six conversations about the pleasures, pains and perils of the dance world, Lynne Walker talks to Wendy Toye , a child prodigy who became a successful dancer, choreographer and film director of dazzling diversity. Producer Gillian Hush
Blondes By Anita Loos , dramatised in four episodes by Jeremy Front.
2: April 11, 1925. On Board the Majestic - the Ocean. Lorelei and Dorothy have begun their grand tour of Europe. Director Tracey Neale Rpt
Prince of Wales:
Trevor Phillips presents the magazine highlighting issues relating to black and Asian people in Britain and beyond.
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A four-part journey through black women's literature.
1: Debuts - First Novels. From Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye to Andrea Levy 's Every Light in the House Burnin', a look at the beginnings and inspirations which break the stereotype as well as the wall of silence. With actress Marsha Hunt and television personality Floella Benjamin. Readers Lachele Carl , Dona Croll , Alibe Parsons and Ray Shell. Producer Alby James Rpt
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