With Sheila McClennon and guests.
Drama: Speaking for Themselves: the Personal Letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill. Part 6 of 10. Editor Ruth Gardiner
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By Michael Crompton. Britain's last great courtesan tells her story and tries to blackmail her clients.
Wellington famously responded,
"Publish and be damned." This is the intimate and thrilling story of a woman who refused to go quietly. with Ian Puleston Davies , Christian Rodska , Siobhan Flynn , Siwan Morris and David Sibley Director Foz Allan
Five programmes which rummage through the wares at auctions around the country. 1: The Jersey Marine
Auction. The annual social event at which islanders can pick up a cheap oilskin and catch up on local gossip. Producer Paula Mcginley Repeat
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Paul Eddington. Additional readings by Roger May ,
Paul Jenkins , David Timson and John Turner. 26: Simon de Mondort Producer Pete Atkin Repeat
The Personal Letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill
Ten dramatised excerpts from the letters of Britain's great wartime leader and his wife Clementine, taken from a newly published collection. With Alex Jennings as Winston, Sylvestra le Touzel as Clementine, and Helen Bourne as the narrator. Part 6. Repeated from 10.45am
By Michael McStay. Alcohol, anger, infidelity and stories of Dartmoor witches are the ingredients in a cocktail party that goes awry for Geoffrey. with Jonathan Oliver , Timothy Carlton and Ludmilla Vuli. Director Ned Chaillet
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