A five-part comedy series by Kay Stonham. 2: The Woman with no Personality.
This week, a therapist discovers a whole new personality syndrome in a woman who, rather than having several personalities, is so boring she has no personality at all. with Ronnie Ancona , Hugh Ross and Melanie Hudson. Producer Jane Berthoud
Nick Clarke hosts round five of the cryptic quiz. This week Wales take on The Midlands. With panellists Brian Ford, Antonia Fraser , Patrick Hannan and Peter Stead.
Producer Paul Bajoria. Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Nick Burbridge. Jonathan needs surgery. His father wants him to take it like a man. What kind of initiation awaits him on the ward, with three strangers, and their potent world of secrets, memories and dreams? with Nick Robinson. Peter Gunn. David Jarvis. Julie Livesey and Eve Karpf Director Celia de Wolff
Growing Old Gracefully. A healthy, active old age is what we all want, but what can we do to keep our minds and bodies as fit and healthy as a 25 year old? Phone Barbara Myers with your questions and experiences.
Producer Helen Sharp. [address removed] LINES OPEN from 1.30pm
More interpretations of the week's events, brought to you by Alan Coren , Andy Hamilton , Hattie Hayridge and Roy Hattersley. With chairman Simon Hoggart.
Producer Lucy Armitage
Repeated tommorow 12.30pm
Has David's balloon burst?
Written by Simon Fhth. Director Jeremy Meadow Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Nick Clarke chairs the last of six debates. Listeners can also vote on the motion. "The book is a better tool for children than the web." From The
Froebel Institute, London.
To vote YES dial [number removed]0311. To vote NO dial [number removed]0322. LINES OPEN from
8.45pm. Maximum call cost lOp. Producer Nick Utechin. Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
By Jeremy Front. What would happen if you walked into work one day and found your double sitting at your desk? Not only has this person got your life, but he is making a success of it. A black comedy for the overstressed. with David Schneider , Harry Towb , Linal Haft. Sarah Rice , Jonathan Tafler and Jonathan Keeble. Director Sally Avens Repeat
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