A selection of top non-fiction writing first published in American magazines. 1: Influenza 1918, by Jane Brox. The flu epidemic in Lawrence, Massachusetts, claimed more victims in the town than the First World War. Producer Bruce Young
With Sheila McClennon and guests. Over the next four mornings actress Helen Mirren takes on a different investigative role. In January she visited South Africa to meet women whose lives have been affected by violence in the country. Woman's
Hour will be broadcasting her audio diary of the trip. Drama: Speaking for Themselves: the Personal Letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill. Editor Ruth Gardiner
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Three programmes following midwives at work in different parts of the United Kingdom.
3: Everyday Miracles. An emergency in the Hebrides can mean the transfer by helicopter of a woman in labour, or a 90-mile ambulance ride. Producer Alison Vernon-Smith Repeat
By Rosemary Kay. Oona is struggling with her life, locked in a soul-destroying existence as a diplomat's wife, aged 36 and desperate to have a child. Her life is turned inside out when she meets Maria, a vibrant Brazilian woman who takes her on a voyage of discovery up the Amazon river. with Bob Pickavance. Russell Dixon , Alice French and Thomas Hudson
Drummer Oscar Carrasco. Director Polly Thomas
The Personal Letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill
Excerpts from the letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill. With
Alex Jennings , Sylvestra le Touzel and Helen Bourne. 1: Winston woos his bride.
Adapted by Penny Leicester . Producer Di Speirs Repeated from 10.45am
lain Banks's novel about seventies band Frozen Gold, dramatised in four parts by Joe Dunlop.
4: Did Weird really kill himself? with Sandy Morton , Graham De Banzie , Martin Docherty and Paul Gambaccini Director Dave Batchelor Repeat
In a Nigerian prison on the eve of her execution for a double murder, Lemona tells her story to the daughter of her alleged victims. Adjoa Andoh reads
Ken Saro-Wiwa 's novel, abridged in ! ten parts by Stewart Conn. ' Producer Bruce Young
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