Five programmes in which
Shirley Williams looks at life in Westminster from a female perspective.
4: A Woman's Place ... From constituency to cabinet, women MPs discuss their aims in politics. Producer Jenni Mills
A six-part series in which various guests reveal the contents of an audio-diary they have kept. This week, Rick Stein 's culinary, poetic and musical record of a three-week trip to find the best restaurant in Australia. While stressful at times, the quest had an enjoyable outcome. Producer Viv Beeby
Stephen Mulrine 's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts. 1: A Good Shaking. Dr Wallace is the town's chief pathologist. He is called to examine the body of a three-month-old child, and his daughter - a medical student - becomes involved in the chain of events which follows. with Jan Moffat , Meg Fraser , Grace Glover , Louise Beattie and Sybil Wintrope Director Hamish Wilson Repeat
Lynne Walker sees a new version of The Nutcracker by the English National Ballet and profiles composer lannis
Xenakis, featured in the Huddersfield
Contemporary Music Festival. Producer Paul Quinn
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
By Pearse Elliott. An old man lies in Belfast City Hospital, having been burnt out of his home. It is July, the month of the drums, and the trauma of his life comes spilling out. Starring James Ellis. with Stuart Graham , Sean Keams ,
Conor Bradford , Niall Cusack , Mark Mulholland , Linda Wray and JJ Murphy. Director Pam Brighton
The first of five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. John Miller talks to Bruce Boeglin , a veteran interpreter for the UN who became caught up in the Bosnian conflict. Producer Mark Burman Repeat
Three ghostly tales by women.
2: Man Sized in Marble. By Enid Nesbit , dramatised by Christopher Hawes. To Charles and Laura, their housekeeper's dread of All Saints' Eve seems laughable - until, that is, the day itself arrives.... with Deborah Berlin, Tina Gray and Gerard McDermott. Director Marion Nancarrow Repeat
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