Five more diaries proving that the lives of ordinary people are often more interesting than those of celebrities. 1: Cynthia Spey 's diary spans 70 fascinating years. Read by Jane Booker. Producers Susan Breen and Martin Weitz
Barry Took presents a revised version of the popular radio parlour game Twenty Questions. Regular team member Geoffrey Durham is joined by Neil Innes and Jan Ravens.
Written by Michael Dines. Producer Andy Aliffe
Angela Pelham was one of a group of British children evacuated to America during the Second World War. Her letters home were published in a book °h which this play is based. with Selina Cadell and Mary Wimbush Dramatised by Jennifer Curry Director Cherry Cookson
By Lindsay Kitchener , read by Jean Alexander. When Arthur dies, Vera does not feel ready to let him go. But her subsequent actions are something of a shock to her family.... Producer Rosemary Watts Repeated Sunday
Rituals, traditions and conventions are under threat as Laurie Taylor invites his guests to think the unthinkable about society and the ideas that shape it. Producer Tom Alban
Becoming a Parent. Last of a six-part comedy guide to surviving the millennium. Presented by Gordon Kennedy , with Philip Pope. With special guests Jeremy Hardy , Doon McKichan and Simon Bligh.
Written by John Langdon , Debbie Barham and Bruce Hyman. Producer Rosemary McGowan Series editor Bruce Hyman
Francine Stock delivers the critical verdict on the latest Broadway hit to arrive in Britain will Rent, an updated version of Puccini's La Boheme, repeat its American success over here? Producer Lawrence Pollard
A new day and a new time but still live. Michael Buerk and his team of regulars cross-examine witnesses about their decided but different views on the moral and ethical implications behind one of the week's headlines.
Producer David Coomes
Peter Evans presents the last of six new stories from the world of science.
Tissue engineering has given us artificial liver, skin, bone and blood vessels. Re-growing nerves is more tricky, but British scientists are making headway.
Producer Sandy Raffan
The Estate Agent. Another episode of John Morton 's award-winning comedy about a tenacious but unlucky broadcaster. While getting to grips with what it is really like to be an estate agent, Roy Mallard takes more than a professional interest in one of his interviewees. Starring Chris Langham and Sally Philips.
Producer Paul Schlesinger Repeat
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