One of the major talking points with the Labour Party at the moment, is the way the Party Leader is selected.
Noel Lewis of the BBC's political staff, presents a review of how this sensitive issue is dealt with around the world.
A Radio News production by JOHN ALLEN long wave only
Introduced from Birmingham by Kay Alexander
Down Ambridge Way: as The Archers prepares for its 30th Anniversary, three members of the cast talk about life in the fictional countryside - and the pressures and pleasures of the world's s longest running radio serial.
A Musical Tapestry: ROY PALMER takes HELEN LLOYD on a guided tour of his collection of British ballads.
Enterprise at Work: MARGARET HORSFIELD reports on a novel scheme which aims to put budding businessmen on the road to prosperity.
BBC Birmingham Love for Lydia (7) long wave only
Bitter Loyalty by SUE RODWELL
It is London, 1813. A young wife's duty to her husband is called into question when she becomes involved in the issues arising from the trial of a servant girl, Emily Pearson. Is the girl guilty or merely society's victim? Helen Norris searches for answers.
Directed by PAT TRUEMAN
Frederick Norris, QC:
Charlotte Baxter Lady Scott:
Mr Pearson/Sir William Scott:
2: Mysterious Energies
In the second of six programmes Robert Eagle investigates one of the most remarkable alternative therapies which is also one of the simplest - healing by the laying on of hands. The phenomenon is inexplicable in standard scientific terms and yet patients, healers and even more doctors are convinced that it happens.
Producer JANE WOOD
Boole: A Guide to Alternative Medicine based on this series, Â£2.70, from bookshops or BBC Publications (for postage rates see page 3)
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with David Jason , Bill Wallis
David Tate. Sheila Steafel Music by DAVID FIRMAN Written by GUY JENKIN , JOHN LANCDON , RICHARD QUICK, ANDY WILSON , BOB SINFIELD , BRIAN BETHELL , JEREMY, BROWNE. CHRIS STRATFORD , DAVE MORLEY
Producer JIMMY MULVILLE
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