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Chronicles. The first of seven parts read by Paul Daneman. bridged by Gareth Gwyn Jones Director Alan Drury

Contributors

Read By:
Paul Daneman.
Unknown:
Gareth Gwyn Jones
Director:
Alan Drury

Introduced by Sarah Dunant. is fitness addictive? Mairead Devlin talks to gym goers who just can't get enough. Serial: Spoilt. 3: Uncle Victor.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Sarah Dunant.
Talks:
Mairead Devlin

by Peter Kerry. In six parts.
2: Edge of Blackness. Edward and Michael don join a CND march across Kent.
Producer Lissa Evans

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Kerry.
Producer:
Lissa Evans
Kate:
Harriet Thorpe
Sir Stephen:
John Wells
Sir Donald:
Donald Pickering
Michael:
Douglas Hodge
Edward:
William Vandyck
Interrogator:
Gordon Reid
Simon:
David Holt
Lucinda:
Maria Gough

by Rupert Mallin.
A bacon factory worker falls in love with a student who teaches her a lesson about clashing beliefs.
Director Richard Wortley

Contributors

Unknown:
Rupert Mallin.
Director:
Richard Wortley
Heather:
Siriol Jenkins
Billy:
Stephen Tompkinson
Grandad:
John Church
M arie:
Jennifer Piercey
Tom:
Eric Allen
Lee:
Diana Bishop
Shirley:
Kate Binchy
Mike:
Peter Gunn
Managing Director:
Jonathan Adams
Foreman:
Jonathan Tafler
Teacher:
Maithew Sim
Narrators:
Brett Usher,
Narrators:
John Rye

4: Nicola and Pierre. Pierre is an artist living in the countryside of Northern France while Nicola runs her own company in London. How does a long distance marriage work for them? Producer Rona McLean

Contributors

Producer:
Rona McLean

An interview with John Sayles about his movie "Passion Rush", and a review of Sharon Stone in "Sliver". Mark Burman reports from the location of Daniel Day Lewis's latest film: the controversial dramatisation of the story of the Guilford Four. Plus two new novels about powerful old women.

(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)

Contributors

Interviewee:
John Sayles
Reporter:
Mark Burman
Producer:
Tim Dee

Rosemary Hartill looks at the turbulent political, literary and spiritual life of Dr Jonathan Swift , 18th-century Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin. Reader Bryan Murray. Producer Amanda Hancox

Contributors

Unknown:
Rosemary Hartill
Unknown:
Dr Jonathan Swift
Reader:
Bryan Murray.
Producer:
Amanda Hancox

Who Needs Managers? Meet the company that's torn up the management rulebook. Where workers set their own hours, and many of them decide on their own pay. Peter Day reports from Brazil on the lessons Semco has to teach businesses around the world.
Producer Stephen Chilcott

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Day
Producer:
Stephen Chilcott

Last in series. Peter White talks to
Celeste Dandekerwhowas a dancer with the London Contemporary Dance 16 years ago before an accident which left her in a wheelchair.
Producer Ronni Davis

Contributors

Talks:
Peter White
Producer:
Ronni Davis

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