Michael Schmidt is director of Manchester-based publishing company Carcanet, whose offices were destroyed by a terrorist bomb in June. His diary records the piecing together of the company and the city centre over the last six months. Producer Sara Davies
Introduced by Sue Cameron . Serial:
Air and Angels. Hannah Gordon reads Susan Hill 's story, abridged in 12 parts by Meg Clarke (5).
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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By Elizabeth Proud. 2: Tea for Two Whilst Maitre Blum increases her control over Wallis, memories return of her marriage to Ernest Simpson and her manipulation of London society in order to meet the Prince of Wales. with Sara Coward , Susan Bovell , Sunny
Ormonde, William Dufris and Teresa Gallagher Pianist Harold Rich. Director Sue Wilson
Prince of Wales:
Written by John Waters. A priest dies suspiciously in a small Irish village and a united front develops to obscure the causes.
Written by John Waters. Director Pam Brighton
Six personal travel experiences.
3: Edmund White , writer and critic, is probably best known for his books about growing up gay in America. But during the seventies he left New York in search of la dolce vita in Rome. What he found there was a deeply conservative society. He makes a return visit with Arthur Smith. Producer Vibeke Venema Repeat
More comedy from the staff of the worst airport in Britain. Lyndon has his eye on the coveted "Employee of the Month" award. With Michael Buffong, Roger Griffiths , Llewella Gideon. Felix Dexter. Jo Martin , Josephine Melville and Eddie Nestor. Producer Gareth Edwards Repeat
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