A million unemployed, low growth and high inflation - 20 years ago no economist would have thought that economic combination possible. Yet Britain has it in spite of two massive doses of reflation.
Tonight the Money Programme invites four men from business and politics to propose and discuss their solutions to the problem that the Chancellor of the Exchequer is seeking to solve in next month's Budget.
Taking part: Rt Hon Aubrey Jones, Chairman Laport Industries Limited; Rt Hon Enoch Powell, MP; Rt Hon Harold Lever, MP; Hugh Scanlon, President, Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers.
With Bicycle and Handbag.
A look at Dame Margaret Rutherford's career on the appearance of her autobiography.
One View of Berlin
A selection of drawings and woodcuts by Kathe Kollwitz - one of the most acute and sympathetic observers of the suffering behind the glitter in Berlin during the 20s.
Readings from her letters and diaries by Dame Flora Robson.
Girls at War
Kenneth Allsop talks to Chinua Achebe, the Nigerian novelist and broadcaster and one of the most outstanding of African writers.
(David Jones is a member of the RSC)
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Adapted in nine parts by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson from the novel by Gabriel Chevallier and starring Cyril Cusack, Roy Dotrice, Wendy Hiller, Kenneth Griffith, Cyd Hayman and Catherine Rouvel with Hugh Griffith, Aubrey Woods and Meredith Edwards.
A BBCtv co-production with Bavaria Atelier GMBH, Munich
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