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Today: Members of the legal profession take a critical look at the kind of service they provide.
Twenty-five thousand new books will be published in Britain this year. The Book Programme dips into some of the latest.
Every week, The Money Programme team unravels the tangle of people and pressures, plans and guesses that make up the political economy of Britain and the world.
Gilding the Lily
Exciting new developments in botany will profoundly affect our gardens, our food and the way our world will look.
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic - plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear.
With Kenneth Kendall
A weekly reflection of the religious world of a new generation. Presented by Alex Dolphin and Alastair Pirrie
The Delta Queen is the last major passenger-carrying steamboat still operating on the rivers of middle America. She is the only living representative of those glamorous years when the Mississippi and Ohio rivers were alive with show-boats and packets; when steam-boats were filled with crystal chandeliers and carved staircases, gamblers and fine ladies, and on every riverbank small boys raced to raise the cry 'steamboat a-comin'!'
In 1970 two Americans, John and Deborah La Gorce II, rode The Delta Queen 10,000 miles into the heart of their own country. Their dream was to film a part of the American heritage that is in danger of vanishing. For The Delta Queen, herself, was under sentence but, in the last hours of 1970, President Nixon signed a reprieve.
The film celebrates the heyday of steamboating with steamboat races, charts the vicissitudes of the rivers with the Great Flood of 1937, and includes the Fourth of July Celebrations at Mark Twain 's home town, and evocative scenes of Vicksburg and the Civil War.
A four-part serial by Colin Morris
Starring Ronald Pickup, Angela Douglas
In 1940 and 1941 Hitler's aircraft rained bombs on Britain. In the fight the many talents and qualities of Jack Howard, Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, fused together to create true heroism.
talks about the life and music of one of the world's most popular composers - Rachmaninov in a programme originally shown last April celebrating the centenary of the composer's birth and conducts the London Symphony Orchestra in excerpts from the composer's greatest music, known and unknown, with Vladimir Ashkenazy Narrator James Mason
Design KEITH HARRIS
Written and produced by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Written by Eddie Braben
[Starring] Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
Eric and Ernie's guests: Susan Hampshire, Georgie Fame and Alan Price, The Settlers
featuring Ann Hamilton
with Janet Webb, Jenny Lee-Wright
Ernie's Play for Today: A tale of the British expedition to capture the Mighty Monster of the Island of Kong...
Orchestra directed by:
[Starring] Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Wayne Rogers as Trapper John
A show is staged at the camp to provide a little light relief. The show must go on-but unfortunately so does the war...
Major Frank Burns:
'He came right up and said "would you like me to mark out the land marks" ooh it was funny. He thought we were from the country.'
Once a year the women of the Wyche leave it all behind - families, jobs and the angling clubs that brought them together - for a joyful weekend in London.