By Barbara Vine. adapted in four parts by Nick Fisher.
2: Sledging the District. Danger lies in store for jasper. with Martin Keily. Alice Arnold. Christopher Scon. Chris Pavlo and Alex Lowe. Musicians Polly Hewett. Roland Robert and Christine Messiter jirector Marion Nancarrow
By Jane Cassidy. A widow finds herself the victim of a witch hunt in County Down at the turn of the century. Based on a true story.
Music composed by Jane Cassidy
Performed by Jane Cassidy and Neil Martin Director Pam Brighton
Woman at Wake:
A joint Anglo-Chinese team sets out to make the first crossing of the Taklamakan, known locally as the "desert of death". Recorded as it happened, this is their story of unimaginable hardship. illness, and rows between members of the team. Producer Simon Elmes Repeat
The penultimate programme in John Tusa 's series offering a personal perspective on the last 100 years.
9: Talking. John Tusa discovers how fragile the word is up against the might of modern communications. Producer Philip Sellars
The final part of Mario Vargas Llosa 's comic novel dramatised by Lee Hall. Will Julia marry Mario and risk the wrath of the family? Will Mario ever have a chance to revise? with Joanna Monro. Elaine Pyke. loan Meredith and Colleen Prendergast. Director Sally Avens
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