Thomas Patrick John Anson, Fifth Earl of Lichfleld, the photographer, chooses the eight records he would like to take to a desert island and discusses them with ROY PLOMLEY.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER long wave only
A portrait of the places we live in and the deep-rooted effect they have on our state of mind. Including life in A Tower of People, A
Miners' Row, Suburban Summer and Round the Village Green.
Producer JANE MARSHALL BBC Birmingham (Revised repeat) long wave only
with Sue MacGregor from Wolverhampton in the heart of the Black Country. Black also describes the unemployment figures in the area and the programme examines a new scheme to rejuvenate ailing industries. But life is not all black and there will be local personalities, music and comedy to lighten the scene.
Producers JOHN WAIKINS and PETER WINDOWS Secret Places (4) long wave onlu
Some Sunny Day by DAVID BANNISTER with Michael N. Harbour as Charles Redbourn
Wounded in the D Day landings,
Charles Redbourn returns before the end of the war to his civilian job as a teacher in a Northern crammarschool.Much has changed. The school is staffed almost entirely by women of the previous generation and is ridden by petty regulations. Conflict is inevitable.
Directed by ROGER PINE
DirectedbyRogerriNB BBC Birmingham
A profile of the outstanding young conductor
At 26. Rattle is regarded ' as one of the brightest stars of Britain's music, praised and applauded from all sides for his remarkable talent. He was the youngest ever conductor at the Proms and at Glyndebourne.
Last year, he became the Principal Conductor of the City of Birmingham
Symphony Orchestra and he has links with other orchestras throughout Britain, in Holland and in America. Sarah Dunant talks to him and to his colleagues and friends. Producer PETER WINDOWS
includes reviews of Joachim Herz 's new production for the Welsh National Opera oT Verdi's The Force of Destiny: and a revival of Arthur Miller's play All My Sons, starring
Colin Blakely at the Wyndham's Theatre in London.
Presented by Mark Storey Producer JOHN BOUNDY
with Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sheila Steafel, Chris Emmett. and the music of David Firman
Written by GUY JENKIN, JOHN LANGDON, RICHARD QUICK, JEREMY BROWNE, BOB SINFIELD, TONY SARCHET and PETER HICKEY
Producer JIMMY MULVILLE
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