With Sue MacGregor and John Humphrys.
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7.45 Thought for the Day With the Rev Colin Morris. Editor Jon Barton
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WF Deedes reads a final extract from his autobiography. Max Hastings invites Lord Deedes to be his leading feature writer, enabling Deedes to visit the Philippines and to accompany
Diana, Princess of Wales, to Bosnia.
Concluding the series in which veteran US writer and broadcaster Studs Terkel unlocks his personal archives. Women Talking. Including conversations with Margaret Barry , Joan Crawford , Dorothy Parker , Simone de Beauvoir and Susan Sontag. Producer David Prest
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Written by Sylvia Brownrigg , read by Adjoa Andoh. "I've heard about these starvation diets you can go on, I thought it sounded like a good idea. So I decided to move to the desert." Producer Pam Fraser Solomon Repeat
A confrontation in the Country Park.
Written by Janey Preger. Director
Peter Leslie Wild. Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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The Marchioness tragedy,
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