Daire Brehan hears from one of the winners of the Fresh Aircompetition, which offered teenagers a chance to make a radio feature. In the first of his three pieces, Adam Jordan describes the pressures -emotional, physical and social - in the build-up to an experimental operation to lengthen one of his legs.
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Five French tales written and read by the novelist Christopher Hope.
2: The Donkey Whose Dung Turned to Gold. At the run-down chateau,
Siggi and Him the Horrible commence war.
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A comedy in six parts by Janey Preger. 4: It's the Dunkwell Theme Park's grand open day.
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Alun Lewis presents the series about the information revolution.
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Four programmes in which well-known people discuss turbulent times in their careers.
3: When prison boss Derek Lewis was at school, the motto was
"conquer or die". John Humphrys asks how he coped when the Home Secretary sacked him from
Whitehall's highest-paid job. Producer Malcolm Love Repeat
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