Three programmes in which Howell James and George Bridges , who ran John Major 's political office, reflect on what really happened in the last three years of Conservative government. Producer Jenni Russell
In the third of six programmes, actor Chris Harris records the setbacks and Pleasures of mounting his one-man show, Kemp's Jig, in Vietnam in aid of the country's street children. Producer Hilary Field
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
William Roberts reads On the Antler by E Annie Proulx ; another story from The New
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The conclusion of Stephen Mulrine 's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts.
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Rights and Wrongs. A malpractice suit finds Dr Wallace as a witness in court. with Meg Fraser , Jan Moffatt ,
Grace Glover , Andrew Conlan , Alec Heggie. Michael Perceval-Maxwell , Alex Harvey , Raymond Short , Bob Docherty and Louise Beattie Producer Hamish Wilson Repeat
By David TK Wong , read by Dan Maxwell. Rachel wanted to migrate to Israel. Kung had his sights on Taiwan. A story about two people separated by race, religion and ambition. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon Repeated Saturday 12.30am
A radio version of Michael Boyd 's stage dramatisation of Janice Galloway 's award-winning novel. The tragicomic account of one woman's descent into mental breakdown. with Meg Fraser , Kay Gallie , Forbes Masson , Joel Strachan and Tam White. Music by Craig Armstrong. Pianist Simon Burbury
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of History Five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. 3: John Miller talks to Valentin Berezhkov , who interpreted for Comrade Stalin. Producer Mark Burman Repeat
Michael Bakewell 's five-part dramatisation of the famous Agatha Christie novel. 1: Hercule Poirot decides to take a little holiday to Egypt. with Amanda Barton-Chappie , Robert Daws , Rosemary Leach , Shirley Dixon , Stratford Johns, Timothy Bateson. Joanna Monro , Sean Baker , Nicholas Boulton , Ed Bishop , Emma Woodvine and Chris Pavlo. Director Enyd Williams Repeat
Julian Barnes reads his first novel, abridged in tenepisodes by Georgina Brown. A vivid coming-of-age, from the land of bowler hats and pinstripe suits to laisser-faire Paris. Part 1.
Producer Duncan Minshull Repeat
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