Messages To Myself

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19970221]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

1: The Desire to Wear Black Patent Leather High-heeled Shoes Eva Marsh writes about her fight back against multiple sclerosis. Reader Shelley Thompson. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970221]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

1: The Desire to Wear Black Patent Leather High-heeled Shoes Eva Marsh writes about her fight back against multiple sclerosis. Reader Shelley Thompson. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970221]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

1: The Desire to Wear Black Patent Leather High-heeled Shoes Eva Marsh writes about her fight back against multiple sclerosis. Reader Shelley Thompson. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970221]

Unknown: Eva Marsh

Reader: Shelley Thompson.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970221]

Unknown: Eva Marsh

Reader: Shelley Thompson.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970221]

Unknown: Eva Marsh

Reader: Shelley Thompson.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970228]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people. 2: 1 Will Make You Wonderful Sally Sedgman on a deb's progress. Read by Amanda Redman. Producers Pete Atkin and Martin Weitz

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970228]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people. 2: 1 Will Make You Wonderful Sally Sedgman on a deb's progress. Read by Amanda Redman. Producers Pete Atkin and Martin Weitz

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970228]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people. 2: 1 Will Make You Wonderful Sally Sedgman on a deb's progress. Read by Amanda Redman. Producers Pete Atkin and Martin Weitz

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970228]

Unknown: Sally Sedgman

Read By: Amanda Redman.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Martin Weitz

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970228]

Unknown: Sally Sedgman

Read By: Amanda Redman.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Martin Weitz

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970228]

Unknown: Sally Sedgman

Read By: Amanda Redman.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Martin Weitz

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970307]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

3: Every Human Being Has a Story to Tell. Former New York reporter Edward Robb Ellis is still writing in his diary every day after 70 years. Reader Stuart Milligan. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970307]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

3: Every Human Being Has a Story to Tell. Former New York reporter Edward Robb Ellis is still writing in his diary every day after 70 years. Reader Stuart Milligan. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970307]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

3: Every Human Being Has a Story to Tell. Former New York reporter Edward Robb Ellis is still writing in his diary every day after 70 years. Reader Stuart Milligan. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970307]

Reporter: Edward Robb Ellis

Reader: Stuart Milligan.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970307]

Reporter: Edward Robb Ellis

Reader: Stuart Milligan.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970307]

Reporter: Edward Robb Ellis

Reader: Stuart Milligan.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970314]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

4: Dear Mr Shaw.... Octogenarian Margaret Wheeler on love, reincarnation and George Bernard Shaw. Read by Elaine Claxton. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970314]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

4: Dear Mr Shaw.... Octogenarian Margaret Wheeler on love, reincarnation and George Bernard Shaw. Read by Elaine Claxton. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970314]

Five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

4: Dear Mr Shaw.... Octogenarian Margaret Wheeler on love, reincarnation and George Bernard Shaw. Read by Elaine Claxton. Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970314]

Unknown: Mr Shaw.

Unknown: Margaret Wheeler

Unknown: George Bernard

Read By: Elaine Claxton.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970314]

Unknown: Mr Shaw.

Unknown: Margaret Wheeler

Unknown: George Bernard

Read By: Elaine Claxton.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970314]

Unknown: Mr Shaw.

Unknown: Margaret Wheeler

Unknown: George Bernard

Read By: Elaine Claxton.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970321]

Last of five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

You Are My Darling Diary. Inga Joseph on a lifelong obsession begun when she was a nine-year-old escaping from the Nazis. Read by June Barrie.

Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970321]

Last of five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

You Are My Darling Diary. Inga Joseph on a lifelong obsession begun when she was a nine-year-old escaping from the Nazis. Read by June Barrie.

Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970321]

Last of five programmes exploring the personal diaries of very different people.

You Are My Darling Diary. Inga Joseph on a lifelong obsession begun when she was a nine-year-old escaping from the Nazis. Read by June Barrie.

Producers Pete Atkin and Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970321]

Unknown: Inga Joseph

Read By: June Barrie.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970321]

Unknown: Inga Joseph

Read By: June Barrie.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970321]

Unknown: Inga Joseph

Read By: June Barrie.

Producers: Pete Atkin

Producers: Ed Thomason

198B0119980513

Five more diaries proving that the lives of ordinary people are often more interesting than those of celebrities.

1: Cynthia Spey's diary spans 70 years and gives a unique insight into the life of a child born into a privileged family and later married to a British propaganda chief at the height of the Cold War.

Extracts read by Jane Booker.

198B0119980513

Five more diaries proving that the lives of ordinary people are often more interesting than those of celebrities.

1: Cynthia Spey's diary spans 70 years and gives a unique insight into the life of a child born into a privileged family and later married to a British propaganda chief at the height of the Cold War.

Extracts read by Jane Booker.

198B0219980520

The second of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people.

After losing his house to the bank, architect Andrew Golland and his family decided to try to make it big in California.

But the American Dream was soon to become a nightmare.

Diary extracts read by Martin Jarvis

198B0219980520

The second of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people.

After losing his house to the bank, architect Andrew Golland and his family decided to try to make it big in California.

But the American Dream was soon to become a nightmare.

Diary extracts read by Martin Jarvis

198B0319980527

The third of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people.

The bond between a black Kenyan girl and a German Holocaust victim is the thread running through the diary of Claire Niala, which is a moving account of how it feels to be a young black woman in an alien culture.

Diary extracts read by Yasmin Bannerman.

198B0319980527

The third of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people.

The bond between a black Kenyan girl and a German Holocaust victim is the thread running through the diary of Claire Niala, which is a moving account of how it feels to be a young black woman in an alien culture.

Diary extracts read by Yasmin Bannerman.

198B0419980603

The fourth of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people.

A striking portrait of the experiences of a young man in the Second World War, John Cockhill's diary recounts the highs and lows of life with his fellow soldiers at the front and his moving reunion with his wife after four years of separation.

Diary extracts read by Christian Rodska

198B0419980603

The fourth of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people.

A striking portrait of the experiences of a young man in the Second World War, John Cockhill's diary recounts the highs and lows of life with his fellow soldiers at the front and his moving reunion with his wife after four years of separation.

Diary extracts read by Christian Rodska

198B0519980610

The last of the series bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people features the diary and voice of Edith Morell who, in her search for the ideal marriage partner, has been engaged six times and has learned to speak nine different languages through living in ten foreign countries.

Extracts read by Belinda Lang.

198B0519980610

The last of the series bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people features the diary and voice of Edith Morell who, in her search for the ideal marriage partner, has been engaged six times and has learned to speak nine different languages through living in ten foreign countries.

Extracts read by Belinda Lang.

X01The Desire To Wear Black Patent Leather High-heeled Shoes19981003

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 1: `The Desire to Wear Black Patent Leather High-Heeled Shoes'. Eva Marsh was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1967, at the age of 22, but refused to accept the role of helpless victim. She left an unsupportive marriage and recently completed an MA in electrical engineering. Reader Shelley Thompson.

X01The Desire To Wear Black Patent Leather High-heeled Shoes19981003

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 1: `The Desire to Wear Black Patent Leather High-Heeled Shoes'. Eva Marsh was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1967, at the age of 22, but refused to accept the role of helpless victim. She left an unsupportive marriage and recently completed an MA in electrical engineering. Reader Shelley Thompson.

X02I Will Make You Wonderful19981010

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 2: `I Will Make You Wonderful'. Extracts describe Sally Sedgman's eccentric upbringing among the faded Irish aristocracy, her years in London and, finally, her incarnation as the queen bee of the Exeter social scene. Reader Amanda Redman.

X02I Will Make You Wonderful19981010

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 2: `I Will Make You Wonderful'. Extracts describe Sally Sedgman's eccentric upbringing among the faded Irish aristocracy, her years in London and, finally, her incarnation as the queen bee of the Exeter social scene. Reader Amanda Redman.

X03Every Human Being Has A Story To Tell19981017

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 3: `Every Human Being Has a Story to Tell'. Edward Robb Ellis has written more than 20 million words in a diary that spans 70 years. He reports on some of the most significant events in 20th century American history, from the Depression to the Cold War, and on personal meetings with great public figures. Reader Stuart Milligan.

X03Every Human Being Has A Story To Tell19981017

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 3: `Every Human Being Has a Story to Tell'. Edward Robb Ellis has written more than 20 million words in a diary that spans 70 years. He reports on some of the most significant events in 20th century American history, from the Depression to the Cold War, and on personal meetings with great public figures. Reader Stuart Milligan.

X04Dear Mr Shaw...19981024

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 4: `Dear Mr Shaw...' A housewife writes to George Bernard Shaw to ask his advice about being sent home from hospital with the wrong baby. Read by Elaine Caxton

X04Dear Mr Shaw...19981024

Five poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. 4: `Dear Mr Shaw...' A housewife writes to George Bernard Shaw to ask his advice about being sent home from hospital with the wrong baby. Read by Elaine Caxton

X05You Are My Darling Diary...19981031

Poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. ``You Are My Darling Diary...'' Inga Joseph was one of the thousands of Jewish children who escaped from Nazi Germany on the `Kindertransport'. Twelve years old when she arrived in England in 1939, she kept a diary of her new life. Extracts are read by June Barrie.

X05You Are My Darling Diary...19981031

Poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. ``You Are My Darling Diary...'' Inga Joseph was one of the thousands of Jewish children who escaped from Nazi Germany on the `Kindertransport'. Twelve years old when she arrived in England in 1939, she kept a diary of her new life. Extracts are read by June Barrie.

X0619981107

Poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. After losing his house to the bank, architect Andrew Golland decided to fulfil his dream of trying to make it big in America. But the American dream soon became a Californian nightmare... Featuring the diary and voice of Andrew Golland, with extracts read by Martin Jarvis

X0619981107

Poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. After losing his house to the bank, architect Andrew Golland decided to fulfil his dream of trying to make it big in America. But the American dream soon became a Californian nightmare... Featuring the diary and voice of Andrew Golland, with extracts read by Martin Jarvis

X0719981114

Poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. The extraordinary bond between a young black Kenyan girl and a German Holocaust victim is the thread that runs through Claire Niala's diary, an eye-opening account of how it feels to be a young black woman in an alien culture. Featuring the voice of Claire Niala. Diary extracts read by Yasmin Bannerman.

X0719981114

Poignant and often inspiring diaries by ordinary people. The extraordinary bond between a young black Kenyan girl and a German Holocaust victim is the thread that runs through Claire Niala's diary, an eye-opening account of how it feels to be a young black woman in an alien culture. Featuring the voice of Claire Niala. Diary extracts read by Yasmin Bannerman.

X0819981121

John Cockhill's diary is a striking portrait of the experiences of an ordinary young man in the Second World War. Featuring the voice of John Cockhill, with diary extracts read by Christian Rodska

X0819981121

John Cockhill's diary is a striking portrait of the experiences of an ordinary young man in the Second World War. Featuring the voice of John Cockhill, with diary extracts read by Christian Rodska

X0919981128

In her search for the ideal marriage partner, Edith Morell has been engaged six times and has learnt to speak nine different languages by living in ten foreign countries. This programme features her diary and voice. Diary extracts read by Belinda Lang.

X0919981128

In her search for the ideal marriage partner, Edith Morell has been engaged six times and has learnt to speak nine different languages by living in ten foreign countries. This programme features her diary and voice. Diary extracts read by Belinda Lang.