After The Revolution

Revolution takes many forms and is prompted by many motives but whatever those motives might be the trauma of change has a profound affect on the people who live through it.

2004 is the 25th anniversary of revolutions in Uganda and Iran, and this week Afternoon Story presents After The Revolution, short stories by writers from these countries, and from Hungary, Nicaragua and Grenada.

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Programme Catalogue - Details: 04 February 199619960204

Producer: N.

ST.GEORGE

Next in series: THEY NEVER GO AWAY

Broadcast history

04 Feb 1996 14:30-15:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-11-12.

AR01That Day20040112

Revolution takes many forms and is prompted by many motives but whatever those motives might be the trauma of change has a profound affect on the people who live through it.

2004 is the 25th anniversary of revolutions in Uganda and Iran, and this week Afternoon Story presents After The Revolution, short stories by writers from these countries, and from Hungary, Nicaragua and Grenada.Today's story is set in Iran.

That Day by Nushin Ahmadi Khorasani, is read by Souad Faress Abridged by Jill Waters Produced by Chris Wallis.

AR02They Never Go Away20040113

by Moses Isagawa, is set in KENYA.

AR03Grenada20040114

Today's story, set in Grenada, is written and read by Merle Collins.

Abridged by Jill Waters

AR04Love20040115

by Tibor Dery, is set in Hungary.

Read by David Thorpe and abridged by Jill Walters.

AR05 LASTThe Party Of The Erotic Left20040116

by Giaconda Belli.

A story set in Nicaragua.