Television: Heard on air
Sunday 18 October 1998
Steve Le Fevre
The Media Show (R5)
My mother was caught, in a big way: she had a son interned and her daughter's husband was patrolling the camp. That makes a stone of the heart.
Danny Morrison, ex-IRA Resigning Issues (R4)
You start doing something spontaneously and then to your astonishment you have what literary critics call a motif.
Night Waves (R3)
People come here for the Little BFMs - little brown bleeping machines.
Vile tourist in
the Dominican Republic
Sex Tourism Vigilantes (R5)
The one lesson people have learned from the twentieth century is that we'd better build some firewalls against human power.
Professor Michael Howard
In Our Time (R4)
There are in fact only seven words in the whole of the Messiah. They are: the, Messiah, born, rejoice, sheep, hallelujah and amen.
Rainer Hersch's All Classical Music Explained (R4)
Game of Thrones
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