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What's the job worth? (part 2)
What's fair pay for different jobs?
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
The human side of organisations. 3: How do people grow?
Presented by JOHN TIMPSON and TONY ECCLES
Director JOHN TWITCHIN Producer PETER RIDING
Lady Fleming talks to MICHAEL DEAN
LADY AMALIA FLEMING , widow of Sir Alexander, was jailed in Athens in 1970 for her part in a plot to help political prisoners escape. After 16 months of interrogation and threats, she was expelled from the country and deprived of her nationality. Last month she was once again refused entry into Greece.
Producer PETER FOGES
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN
An Anger Greater than Mine A fanatical young revolutionary who has lost his lands to Don Sebastian and the woman he loved to Big' John, sets out for revenge.
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Wanda Ventham , Tim Rice and Patrick Campbell
Angharad Rees , Brian Johnston Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
The Black Holes of Gravity
Gravity creates and destroys. In the universe it brings together the atoms of hydrogen gas to form stars but it also brings about the stars' collapse and final extinction. It has created our world and will probably destroy it, too - to leave a black hole, the greatest mystery of science today.
The black hole is a kind of cosmic whirlpool, gradually sucking in the stars around it. At its centre is nothing and, surprisingly, the possibility of time travel. As you travel inside a black hole, you might meet yourself falling in ... Presented by Professor John Taylor
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer DAVID PATERSON
A season of six plays from Birmingham by new writers 1: The Medium by DENISE ROBERTSON
' Honestly, mam, it's all a load of rubbish. I mean, I read me horoscope and things like that, for a joke ... but this.'
Script editor TARA PREM Designer MYLES LANG
Producer BARRY HANSON Director MICHAELS SIPSON
post that mentions
Edwin Mullins looks at six unusual London Museums.
1: The Wellington Museum
Apsley House, the home of the hero of Waterloo, was known as No 1 London. Wellington chose the contents and arranged their setting. They're still there: the old master paintings (Goya, Velasquez, Rubens); the military honours that were heaped on him by grateful monarchs, who thanks to Wellington had got their kingdoms back; the larger-than-life statue of his old adversary Napoleon; the largest silver service in the world-all in a setting appropriate for the most famous man in Europe.
Film cameraman JOHN ELSE
Sound recordist GEORGE CASSEDY Film editor TONY WOOLLARD
Producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN Self-made museum: page 5
with Ian Smith Weather
A weekly programme made by groups who have something to say. Tower Hamlets Truants say what's wrong with school and why they won'go.
The Bootstrap Union (a group of teachers) look for ways of changing the role of school in deprived areas.