|Genome: [r4 Bd=19960826]||By C L R James. 1: Trevor McDonald reads from the memoirs of the Trinidadian writer who was a zealous admirer of cricket and saw within the game's boundaries the possibility for perfect order in his own life. Abridged in five parts by Margaret Busby. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon|
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19960826]||Unknown: Trevor McDonald|
Unknown: Margaret Busby.
Producer: Pam Fraser Solomon
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19960827]||2: C L R James is offered the very best public school education and becomes eager to worship at the shrine of European culture.|
For details see Monday
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19960828]||3: C L R James must choose which cricket club to join - a choice that will affect all aspects of his life in Trinidad. For details see Monday|
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19960829]||By C L James.|
4: The year is 1932 and C L R James travels from Trinidad to England. For details see Monday
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19960830]||By C L R James. Final part. C L R|
James travels to America where he is forced to pass judgement in a conflict between the purity of sportsmanship and political pragmatism. For details see Monday
|20060702||CLR James' book extolling the virtues and importance of cricket within and beyond the boundary is seen by many as the greatest of all cricketing essays.|
CLR's nephew, Darcus Howe, returns to his Trinidadian roots to put the book to the test at a time when both cricket and society on the island are going through tough times.