|01||01||Hotfoot To The Footie||19980409||19980907|
BBC disabilities correspondent Peter White presents five programmes with a unique take on life.
Peter White invites listeners to see things his way as he explores scenes from everyday life through sound, touch, smell and the well-intentioned help offered by others.
|01||02||Knowing His Station||19980416||19980908|
|01||03||Apart From That, Mr White, How Was The Theatre?||19980423||19980909|
|01||04||A Quiet Night||19980430||19980910|
|01||05 LAST||Another Canape, M'lord?||19980507||19980911|
|02||01||The Swimming Pool||19990422||19991004|
|02||02||What Colour Is Maroon, Anyway?||19990429||19991005|
|02||03||You Do Not Want To Hear That Bit||19990506||19991006|
Peter muses on the four worst sins of personAl Readers - editing, abridging, deviating and censoring.
|02||04||I Never Wanted You To Promise Me A Rose Garden||19990513||19991007|
Peter experiences the perils of being led up the scented garden path.
|02||05 LAST||Time, Mr White, Please||19990520||19991008|
Peter White visits his favourite habitat - the local.