by CHRISTOPHER REASON
Directed and produced by CLIVE BRILL. Stereo
Who's Looking After the Children?
Following a high-level government meeting on the future of child care provisions, Woman's Hour explores the options and possible solutions for hard-pressed parents - from workplace creches to community play schemes. Serial: Silas Marner (10) Presenter Jenni Murray
by DAVID MARSHALL. Withand
Wealthy Kate and weak Tony pick up hitch-hiker Zoe heading for Malaga. But in the shadowy bar of a hotel she becomes an awkward temptation.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY Stereo
Medieval music is enjoying a revival, thanks, in part, to the enthusiasm and enterprise of the New London Consort. Its Director Philip Pickett and lead singer Catherine Bott explain how to convert a reluctant public. Producer NIGEL WILKINSON Stereo
by STEVE WETTON.
Starring Ray Brooks and 5: Better Luck Next Time
Producer LISSA EVANS. Stereo
Tom and Pat:
Six documentaries presented by Ferdinand Dennis on peoples of African ancestry.
4: Young, Bad and Good Suppose it were the case that young black offenders have more education, better employment records, fewer experiences of care and less drug and alcohol abuse than young white offenders. Suppose many policies are based on wrong assumptions.
With probation officers David Martin and Gary Redfern , Merseyside PC Dean Charles , scholars Malcolm Cross and David Smith and young people from I-Tech 6502, Moss Side.
Producers LOUISE PURSLOW and KATHY WATSON
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