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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920613]

A series of romances.

1: The Corners of the Mouth Graham Swannell 's portrait of adolescent angst.

Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920613]

Unknown: Graham Swannell

Director: Matthew Walters.

Michael: Richard Pearce

Barbara: Oona Beeston

John: Stephen Garlick

Arthur: Ian Lindsay

Given: Auriol Smith

Simmons: Brett Usher

Helen: Tara Dominick

Cathy: Jane Whittenshaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920620]

A series of romances.

2: Dear Tractor

In Josephine Feeney 's comedy, Glynis, a young

Leeds woman, responds to a Lonely Hearts advertisement placed by a farmer in Ireland's Own.

Romance blossoms - but in an unexpected way. Director Linda Anderson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920620]

Unknown: Josephine Feeney

Director: Linda Anderson.

Tractor: Dermot Crowley

Glynis: Emma Chambers

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920627]

A series of romances.

Alison Al Hunter 's play describes the first fumbling attempts at sex by two teenagers, too ashamed to admit their feelings and their lack of experience.

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920627]

Unknown: Alison Al Hunter

Director: Jane Morgan.

Terry: Kevin Whately

Alison: Rosie Rowell

Danny: Stephen Tompkinson

Pete: Dale Rapley

Gary: Ben Onwukwe

Julie: Susan Sheridan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

A series offive romances.

4:Green Favoursby Frank Vickery.

Val is the only woman in the gardening club but she wants to be one of the boys.

Director Jane Dauncey. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

Unknown: Frank Vickery.

Director: Jane Dauncey.

Vakrie: Vlctoria Plucknett

Tom: Patrick Brennan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

Last in a series of romances.

5: Making Do by Tracy Aston.

Joyce has never had a boyfriend before, so she's not sure if Howard will be a good one or not.

Director Clive Brill. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

Unknown: Tracy Aston.

Director: Clive Brill.

Joyce: Miranda Richardson

Howard: Jim Broadbent

Mother: Pauline Letts

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 August 199019900829

Producer: PRODUCER UNKNOWN

Next in series: THE CORNERS OF THE MOUTH

Previous in series: SOUND ARCHIVE

Description

Vladimir Nabokov's dreamlike account of first love on the 'palpitating plage' of 1909 Biarritz.

Read by Hugh Dickson.

(Producer unknown.)

Subject Categories

readings programmes (programme format)

Broadcast history

29 Aug 1990 20:15-20:35 (RADIO 3)

07 Mar 1991 20:25-20:45 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Vladimir Nabokov (Author)

Hugh Dickson (rdr)

Recorded on 1990-06-11.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 August 199019910307

First broadcast on 1990-08-29

Producer: PRODUCER UNKNOWN

Next in series: THE CORNERS OF THE MOUTH

Previous in series: SOUND ARCHIVE

Description

Vladimir Nabokov's dreamlike account of first love on the 'palpitating plage' of 1909 Biarritz.

Read by Hugh Dickson.

(Producer unknown.)

Subject Categories

readings programmes (programme format)

Broadcast history

29 Aug 1990 20:15-20:35 (RADIO 3)

07 Mar 1991 20:25-20:45 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Vladimir Nabokov (Author)

Hugh Dickson (rdr)

Recorded on 1990-06-11.

20010227

Stephen Dillane reads extracts from Samuel Beckett's previously unbroadcast short story, which offers insights into Beckett's life.

With commentary by actress Billie Whitelaw, biographer James Knowlson and publisher John Calder.

0119980831

Ivan Turgenev's classic story of adolescent awakening, translated by Isaiah Berlin, read by Nigel Anthony (1/5).

0219980901

Ivan Turgenev's classic story of adolescent awakening, translated by Isaiah Berlin, read by Nigel Anthony, abridged by Doreen Estall (2/5).

0319980902

Ivan Turgenev's classic story of adolescent awakening, translated by Isaiah Berlin, read by Nigel Anthony, abridged by Doreen Estall (3/5).

0419980903

Ivan Turgenev's classic story of adolescent awakening, translated by Isaiah Berlin, read by Nigel Anthony, abridged by Doreen Estall (4/5).

05 LAST19980904

Ivan Turgenev's classic story of adolescent awakening, translated by Isaiah Berlin, read by Nigel Anthony, abridged by Doreen Estall (5/5).