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Six views on different aspects of being a woman with Anne Brown
2: Elisabeth Frink - Watching an Instinct
The family joke goes that it
Wasn't until Liz fell off a horse that she began to do interesting things. Her sculptures are uncompromisingly male -
Predators and killers, watchers and sufferers, wielders and Victims of power Dame
Elisabeth Frink has spent years observing men and beasts. Producer LIZ JENSEN "Be Birmingham (R)
Making Scents of the Nose
What is the connection between Beethoven, Picasso and the sense of smell? Dr Gary Lynch from the University of California suggests that cats. dogs, monkeys and man owe a large part of their intelligence to their noses.
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Introduced by Sue MacGregor First Impressions:
What does a newborn baby make of the world around it? How much do babies understand? Can they think?
JENNY STUART reports on the work being done at Edinburgh University in neonatal psychology.
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Clagthorpe Viva by Bruce Bedford with John Duttine, Jack May and Magnus Magnusson asking the questions.
Harold Jarrold, balloon designer from Clagthorpe in Yorkshire, has won his way through to the final of the television quiz show Superbrain. The morning of the contest finds Harold atop the regal slag-heap that overlooks Arkwright's Balloon Factory.
The townsfolk know Harold can win. But he isn't so sure....
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A series of montage documentaries
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A steamy evening in the hairy arms of Frank Pearson , alias Foo Foo Lammar , Manchester drag artist and nightclub owner.
Actuality eavesdrops on stag parties and hen parties in Foo
Foo's palace, home of the Dance of the Ruptured Cucumber - and other exotic rituals.
Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
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A series of unlikely stories by ALPHONSE ALLAIS
English translation by MILES
KINGTON Alphonse Allais was the man who invented the frosted glass aquarium tank for shy fish. He was also a humorous writer whose bizarre pieces appeared in Parisian magazines and newspapers at the turn of the century. Allais is now little known or admired in his own country. Might his humour be too English for French tastes? 2: Anything They Can Do.... and Other Tales
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The third of six programmes in which Roger Wallis traces the development of transistorised radios and cassette players and its impact on the ethnic music of some of the smaller nations. Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham
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