Five programmes in which
Shirley Williams looks at life in Westminster from a female perspective.
3: Public Faces, Private Lives
How do women MPs cope with the combined pressures of media exposure and family life? Producer Jenni Mills
Demi Moore , one of the world's highest Paid actresses, talks to Jenni Murray about Hollywood and her film, GI Jane. Serial: Hen's Teeth by Manda Scott-the Scottish thriller that was shortlisted for the Orange Prize. Read in 13 parts by Siobhan Redmond. Part 1. Managing editor Nadine Grieve
* The Andrew Duncan Interview with Demi Moore : page 14
By Sebastian Faulks. The conclusion of Nick Stafford 's three-part dramatisation. Stephen Wraysford revisits his old haunts in France, now torn apart by the First World War. with Adam Godley. Gavin Muir. Tom Mannion. Iwan Thomas , Carolyn Jones. John Rowe ,
David Brooks , Rachel Atkins. Sarah Rice and Jenny Lee. Director Claire Grove
By Brian Glanville , read by William Dufris. Toscanini is fiercely opposed to Fascism and refuses to conduct
Giovinezza. But for how much longer can the great conductor outwit Mussolini? Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
By Mike Walker. Robert Stone is a laureate computer programmer-a man with a creator's intimate knowledge of the cyber universe. But when he is sucked into an African war, the rockets and the terror are no longer virtual. with Okon' Jones, Tim Wylton , Ricco Ross ,
Tyrone Huggins , Gregor Truter and Christopher Chescoe. Music Nick Russell-Pavier and David Chiltern. Director AJ Quinn
The story of writer Eva Tucker 's escape from Berlin to England with her mother in 1939. She left behind her Jewish grandparents and her father, but what else did she give up, and what was she to find? She explores these questions along with her daughters and two of her great-cousins. With readers Lala Lloyd ,
Colleen Prendergast and Jane Whittenshaw. Producer Piers Plowright Repeat
By Mary Braddon, dramatised by Christopher Hawes.
Three ghostly tales by famous women.
When a young artist betrays his fiancee, her revenge is eerily appropriate.
With John Hartley, Carolyn Jones, Hugh Dickson, Tracy Ann Oberman and Chris Pavlo.
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