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visits Oxfordshire, where members of the Eynsham Horticultural Society put their queries to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Chairman Clay Jones Producer DIANA STENSON BBCManchester
Fall In and Follow Me
In September 1911, children at Bigyn School, Llanelli, downed books and took to the streets. They went on strike to protest against the use of the cane.
The strike spread rapidly across Britain, and schools in most major towns were affected. This programme pieces together the story of the strike, through press reports, school log books and the memories of some of the strikers.
Presenter Steve Humphries. Readers MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES.
ANTHONY JACKSON and SIMON CUFF. Consultant DAVE MARSON Producer JUDE HOWELLS
11.00 Singing Together (11) Presenter ANDREW SHORE Producer DOUGLAS COOMBES Stereo (R)(e)
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop 1: The Plague Village A Box from London by ALAN LAMBERT Producer BRIAN SCOTT-HUGHES Stereo (R) (e)
11.40 Talk to Me
1: What Can You Say? The Arrival of the Doofernow by ANITA HEWETT Producer PADDY BECHELY. Stereo (R) (e)
11.50 Poetry Comer. Atishoo! Written and produced by MARY HAYDON. Stereo (e)
A short story by SHUSAKO ENDO dramatised by PENNY LEICESTER . With
Obsessed by the persecution of 17th-century Japanese
Catholics and conscious of his own failings as a Catholic,
Suguro visits Mount Unzen, where 300 years earlier, Christians were tortured and killed.
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS Stereo
As Ronald Reagan prepares to leave the White House,
Helen Boaden reports on the future direction of New Right politics in the United States, and its message for
President-Elect Bush. Producer VICKY WHITFIELD Editor GERRY NORTHAM BBC Manchester
Public interest in Gauguin's life as an artistic recluse living among the natural beauties of Tahiti has often superceded the interest in his paintings. Now, in the Grand Palais in Paris, the largest collection of his works ever assembled re-examines the range of his art and his working methods.
Presenter Paul Allen
Producer JUUAN MAY . Stereo
Last programme in the series in which lain Johnstone hosts the celebrity panel show. This week's panel are
Dick Vosburgh , Susan George Simon MacCorkindale and Barry Cryer.
Written and researched by JEREMY PASCALL and PHIL SWERN Producer ANDY ALIFFE. Stereo (R)
A series offourprogrammes in which Christopher Nicholson explores the relationship between English landscape and literature from 1700 to the present day.
1: The Landscape GardenersIn the 18th century, gardens were designed to be read like poems, poets sat in damp grottos and meditated on life, and landowners employed peasants to pretend to be early Christian hermits. Producer NICOLA BARRANGER (First broadcast on BBC World Service)
In 1771 a handful of young Scots travelled to the St Ambrose
Church of Valladolid in Spain to train for the priesthood.
Since then the seminary has attracted hundreds of students, who spend seven formative years in exile.
Reevel Alderson traces the Spanish connection.
Producer CAROLINE ADAM
The acclaimed director of Cheek by Jowl, Declan Donnellan , makes his debut at the National Theatre with Fuente Ovejuna, a play by the Spanish playwright Lope de Vega; and a new film, Pascali's Island, stars
Ben Kingsley , Charles Dance and Helen Mirren.
Presenter Christopher Bigsby Producer ANTHONY DENSELOW Stereo
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