Some of the country's leading new playwrights join Jenni Murray to discuss the challenges of writing for radio.
Serial: Shirley Williams : Snakes and Ladders, a Political Diary 3: Another EnglandFor details see Monday
As an introduction to the forthcoming new comedy drama about the lives of three sisters, a chance to hear three episodes from the first series.
2: Cracks in the Varnish. Charlotte's attempts at having a meaningful relationship seem doomed. with Peter Penry-Jones and Nicholas Murchie Written by Simon Brett. Theme music by Elizabeth Parker (BBC Radiophonic
Workshop). Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt
The final episode of the drama series about a firm of solicitors in a Warwickshire town. Two months have elapsed since the public hearing which will have far-reaching effects. with John Rowe , Michael N Harbour. Kim Durham. Terry Pearson and Rob Swinton. Written by Chris Thompson. Director Brian Lighthill
Mark Whittaker presents the environmental magazine.
Mountains. A look at human influence on mountain ecology, in the run-up to a UN conference on mountains.
Producer Sera LefroyOwen. Rptd Sunday 9.30pm
Sandra Berkin reads the first of three short stories by Isabel Allende.
Translated by Margaret Sayers Peden. "She went under the name of Bella
Crepusculario.... she made a living selling words."
Producer Rosemary Watts Rpt
11.00 Kathmandu or Bust A six-part comedy by David Napthine and Mike Yeaman.
5: A Sticky Wicket. The travellers are in a mellow mood - until theirtruck is stolen. with Forbes Masson. Richard Ridings. Lolly Susi, Lyndam Gregory and Shiv Grewal Producer Lissa Evans
A six-part run of the comedy show featuring the world of aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth. 1: Wireless Wanderings. Written and performed by Graham Fellows , with a special appearance by Charlotte Green. Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt
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