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Is the present moratorium on commercial whaling working? In the run-up to the annual meeting of the International
Whaling Commission, Fergus Keeling talks with whale biologists and asks if whales are now safe from over-exploitation or whether they have new dangers to face. He also finds out where whale-watchers can see whales and dolphins around the British Isles.
Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
(Re broadcast next Sunday)
A S. Neill, world-famous educationist and founder of Summerhill, the most admired of all progressive schools. His belief in freedom and self-government for children has had a profound effect on teaching throughout the world. Presented by Hugh Sykes Researcher MIKE WOOLF
Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE (R)
Bruce Sandison talks of fishing, wildlife and history with Christopher Lowell.
4: Fionn Loch, Sutherland
The Viking's 'Southland' is a rugged comer of Scotland with high hills, remote lochs and turbulent rivers.
(First broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland)
devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J MASON
Dilys Powell and Frank Muir challenge Antonia Fraser and Denis Norden
In the Chair Michael O'Donnell Questions compiled by PETER MOORE Producer PETE ATKIN. Stereo
Introduced by Sonia Beesley
Clara Hale is 82 years old and for the past 20 years has been caring for babies - the new-born babies of drug-addicted mothers in New York's Harlem. Sue
Woodman visits her and her young charges.
Serial: No More than Human (6)
We Who Serve by HELEN KLUGER with special appearances by Virginia Wade and Bill Threlfall
You want to succeed in the tough world of women's tennis? Go West. Following this advice four British girls take on the American Circuit. Of the four,
Daisy looks strongest, but at the Louis Pompano Safety Razor Tournament things start to go wrong. Will Gina strike back?
Will Sally's injury let her down? And what about Claire?
Director JEREMY MORTIMER
(In association with Tight Assets Theatre Co) Stereo
Presented by Susan Hill
This week traveller and novelist Bruce Chatwin ventures deep into the Australian outback and the Aboriginal mind, and comes up with the real meaning of the 'walkabout'.
Producer JUUAN HALE
(Re-broadcast next Sunday)
An eight-part series presented by the BBC Middle East
Correspondent Gerald Butt. 3: The Eastern Mediterranean The borders of present-day
Jordan, Syria and Lebanon were drawn up by Britain and France after the First World War. Each has had territory occupied by neighbouring Israel. How are the kingdom with the longest-serving head of state in the Arab world, the republic which sees itself as the main confrontation state in the region and the country torn apart by civil war, facing up to statehood and the existence of Israel?
Producer ALAN WILDING (e)
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The Roaring 20s was the time of the Charleston, high-stepping parties, whirlwind romances.... but then came the great Wall Street crash, and Bing Crosby sang 'Brother can you spare a dime?' AL BOWLY and DAN DONOVAN are among the singers, and the poets include DOROTHY PARKER. AUDEN and MACNIECE
With RAY SMITH. MARILYN LE CONTE JOHNDARRANandCHRISTINEPARKES. Compiled and produced by HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales
The founder of H. H. Martyn and Co, a unique firm of art craftsmen, demanded only one thing from his employees: that they gave their best. Martyn's built the Speakers' Chair,
St Paul 's pulpit and the Cenotaph. The firm folded in 1971, victims of changing tastes and times, and is hardly remembered in its home town of Cheltenham.
BBC Arts Correspondent John Parry tells its story and talks to former Martyn's craftsmen. Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Pebble Mill (R)
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