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Introduced by Sue MacGregor including during the week someTalkingPoint discussions, YourLettersand other topics. Among these today:
PHILL RICKMAN visits a commune in Wales which models itself on the Sioux and the Apache. The Ladiea of Lyndon by MARGARET KENNEDY abridged in 16 parts by OOREEN ESTALL Read by ANNA MASSEY (9) Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
What is it that makes some of us persist against all odds?
Nigel Rees has been talking to six people who just won't give up.
1: Arthur Whillock of the Dozenal Society
Producer ROS BARTLETT
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At worst, a sports injury can cruelly cut short a brilliant career, jeopardise your team's hopes and even result in permanent disability. At very least, it can ruin your weekend sport and lay you off work. But where do you get help and advice for your twisted knee or nagging jogging pain? Is the out-patients' department sufficient or should there be more sports clinics? Are broken bones and soft tissue injuries to be expected, or is preparation the vital factor? And are our top athletes trying to beat an evolution barrier - and losing?
David Icke introduces the opinions and sometimes painful experiences of sportsmen and women, and we hear from the doctors. surgeons and physiotherapists involved with sports injury.
With David is Mike Rawson , former European Games gold medallist, now athletics coach and fitness consultant. Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Birmingham
(Tuesday Call on Sports Injury tomorrow at 9.5 am)
by FREDERICK BRADNUM
The Falklands War revives Adam Lloyd-Little's memories of his war in the desert and France. For the first time in many years he attends the memorial service for those who fell at Caen in 1944, with unexpected results.
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
Christopher Btgsby presents tonight's edition which includes a review of Sean Connery 's return as James Bond in Never Say Never
Again; and a round-up of some of the most interesting photographic books of the past few months, including Walker Evans at Work. How Famous Photographers Work and Don McCullin 's Beirul-A City in Crisis.
Producer RICHARD DUNN Editor ROSEMARY HART
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