Marianne Carey 's four-part comedy lifts the lid on the life assurance business.
2: Smouldering Passions Guitarist Robin Harper Director Patrick Rayner
Introduced Jenni Murray.
Caroline Swinburne reports on the new breed of female small-scale gold miners who are staking their claim to Zimbabwe's wealth.
Serial: Air and Angels (3) For details see Tuesday
By Graeme Fife. When death stalked the streets of Paris at the time of the French
Revolution, no one was safe - not even the greatest chemist of his day. with John Hollis , Michael Tomlinson , Chris Pavlo , Kim Wall and Alex Lowe Director Martin Jenkins
The author of this drama has asked us to point out that he also wrote the three monologues, entitled Surviving Wagner, that Radio 3 broadcast during its live relays from Covent
Garden on 26 and 28 October and 2 November. We apologise for the omission of his credit.
Anne, his wife:
Clive Coleman 's four-part comedy series set in the world of arts broadcasting. In the last show of the series, Tim meets his number one fan, while research for Brian's warts-and-all biography of leading playwright Harold Pointer gets him into hot water.
Producer Jo Clegg
Last of six portraits of the great names in radio and television. 6: The Rodent and the Firefly. Laurie Taylor recalls the career of an egghead with unusual passions - Professor AJ "Freddy" Ayer. Producer Julian Hale
In Place of Strikes
Over the past two decades, trade unions have seen their influence curbed and their membership decline. Do we still need them at all? Peter Kellner asks whether unions can develop a new role in a world of short-term contracts and performance-related pay. Producer Jane Beresford
Repeated Sunday at 4.15pm
Craig Warner 's irreverent six-part comedy set in 18th-century France. 5: Droit d'Auteur. One tap of the censor's gavel and The Marriage of Figaro would disappear forever. It's time to hold a party ... with Sean Baker , Alex Lowe , Stephen Thorne , Joanna Monro , loan Meredith and David Bannerman. Director Marion Nancarrow
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