Three excerpts from the diaries of English novelist Virgina Woolf , abridged and read by Eileen Atkins. 1: Vita. Memories of Woolf's friendship with Vita Sackville-West. Producer Cherry Cookson
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How can a middle-aged novelist authentically write as a 13-year-old? Rose Tremain reveals all when she discusses masquerade and authorship with Jenni Murray.
Serial: Jan Francis reads thesixth episode of Deborah Moggach 's new novel Close Relations, abridged in 12 parts by Meg Clarke.
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Tom Georgeson stars as jazz-loving Dl Resnick in the conclusion of John
Harvey's dramatisation of his own novel. 3: The brutal death of a ward sister intensifies Resnick's search. with Denys Hawthorne , Nicholas Boulton , John Simm , Jennie Stoller , Don McCorkindale ,
George Parsons , Philip Weaver , Gillian Bevan , Patience Tomlinson, Adrian Scarborough , Colleen Prendergast and Ann Beach.
Song written by Liz Simcock and performed by Trevor Watkis and Gillian Bevan
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Written by Godfrey Hamilton.
A A young man's quest for a new life takes in Glasgow, America and the azure oceans of Hawaii. Ancient island goddesses and native Hawaiian culture bring the islands to life. with Alex Lowe , loan Meredith and Janet Maw. Director Cathryn Horn
James McNeish looks back on his travels in the early sixties in the second of three programmes.
An Atheist - but Not Quite. McNeish joins the crowds that flocked to see the shrine of the Black Madonna in central Poland and to hear the words of Cardinal Vyshinsky.
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Maeve Binchy's novel is dramatised in six episodes by Jane Cassidy.
1: An American arrives in Mountfern. with Luke Griffin , Melissa Smith. Denys Hawthorne , Stella McCusker. Helen Norton. Farrell Fleming ,
Marie Jones , Ray McBride , Maurice Kehoe. Fergeal McElherron , Brenda Winter , Audrey Dempsey ,
Brendan Lennon , Ken Farmer and Paul Fitzpatrick. Director Pam Brighton Repeat
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