Simon Brett introduces the second of six programmes celebrating the life and career of Frank Muir. With contributions from Denis Norden , June Whitfield , Bill Cotton , Patrick Garland , Robert Robinson , Professor James MacCallum and John Amis. Producer Richard Edis
Michael Bakewell adapts the story of the love affair between famously flamboyant writer and lecturer
John Cowper Powys and American poet Frances Gregg. They fell in love in 1912 and, as he was already married, maintained a relationship by engineering her marriage to a friend of his.
Producer Jules Wilkinson
John Cowper Powys:
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
Doreen/Dorinda by Kay Stonham. Although Doreen was born into a working-class body, she has always known that she is really middle class. Eventually she decides to take the plunge and go for the operation. with Chris Lang, Elliott Nichols, Rupert Vansittart, Simon Greenall, Kay Stonham and Linda Marlowe. Producer Jane Berthoud Repeat
After all major accidents, expert scientists are called in to work out what happened - and how to prevent it happening again. In the first of two programmes, Peter Curran meets the disaster detectives.
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