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Sir Crispin Tickell has been unofficial adviser on ecological issues to successive Prime Ministers. He gives three talks putting into perspective the environmental crisis of our times.
1: The Past. Civilisations have always been vulnerable to changing conditions. Producer Sallie Davies

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Crispin Tickell
Producer:
Sallie Davies

Chairman Martin Young is joined by panellists Fred Housego , Gillian Reynolds and Roy Hattersley to look into the lives of the rich and famous. Written and compiled by Nick Hildred and Hugh Rycroft. Producer Aled Evans

Contributors

Unknown:
Martin Young
Unknown:
Fred Housego
Unknown:
Gillian Reynolds
Unknown:
Roy Hattersley
Unknown:
Nick Hildred
Unknown:
Hugh Rycroft.
Producer:
Aled Evans

Geoffrey Palmer is Don Pedro and Philip Jackson is Rodrigo in Carey Harrison 's comedy set in 12th-century Spain. with Natasha Pyne , Derek Waring , Michael Tudor Barnes, Gavin Muir and Peter Yapp. Music by Ian Harker. Director Cherry Cookson Rpt

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Palmer
Unknown:
Don Pedro
Unknown:
Philip Jackson
Unknown:
Carey Harrison
Unknown:
Natasha Pyne
Unknown:
Derek Waring
Unknown:
Michael Tudor
Unknown:
Gavin Muir
Unknown:
Peter Yapp.
Music By:
Ian Harker.
Director:
Cherry Cookson Rpt
King Alfonso:
David Horovitch
Queen Uracca:
Barbara Flynn
Chronicler:
James Grout
Prince Fernando:
Ian Masters

Lynne Walker samples contemporary British crafts: a review of the National
Theatre's revival of Tom Stoppard 's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are
Dead; and the launch of Kaleidoscope's poll to elect listeners' favourite poem by a living poet.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Revised repeat at
9.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Lynne Walker
Unknown:
Tom Stoppard
Producer:
Beaty Rubens.

Adapted by Martyn Read from Dale Wasserman 's stage version of the novel by Ken Kesey. With Bob Sherman as R P McMurphy and Margaret Robertson as Nurse Ratched. with William Hootkins , Stuart Milligan ,
Susannah Fellows , Barbara Barnes and Al Matthews. Director David Hitchinson Rpt

Contributors

Adapted By:
Martyn Read
Unknown:
Dale Wasserman
Novel By:
Ken Kesey.
Unknown:
Bob Sherman
Unknown:
Margaret Robertson
Unknown:
William Hootkins
Unknown:
Stuart Milligan
Unknown:
Susannah Fellows
Unknown:
Barbara Barnes
Unknown:
Al Matthews.
Director:
David Hitchinson Rpt
Dale Harding:
William Roberts
Billy Bibbet:
Kerry Shale
Cheswick:
Matt Zimmerman
Martini:
John Cassady

Last of the series in which Vera Frankl looks at how life has changed for women in Eastern Europe since 1989. Nina. Poland's move to a market economy gave Nina Kowalewska the opportunity she'd always wanted - to become her own boss. Editor Anne Koch

Contributors

Unknown:
Vera Frankl
Unknown:
Nina Kowalewska
Editor:
Anne Koch

The last impression of past and present. Roly in the Back. A flying adventure with Tigers, Moths and other wild animals. Producer Adrian Quine Rpt

Contributors

Producer:
Adrian Quine Rpt

Regional Variations (2)

Today in Parliament

BBC Radio 4 FM

Robert Kee narrates the last in the series. Behind Closed Doors. Lincoln 1993. A young girl gives herself up to the police after escaping from a living hell. Yvonne Coen/Boy/Diane SUSAN SHERIDAN with Frances Jeater. Theresa Gallagher, Shaun Prendergast, Gareth Armstrong and Gavin Muir Written by Adrian Bean . A Testbed production

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Kee
Written By:
Adrian Bean
Cindy Dindial:
Mamta Kaash
Ramesri Tripathi:
Amerjit Deu
Radha Tripathi:
Heather Emmanuel

BBC Radio 4 FM

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