Last of a five-part series. John Humphrys talks to successful people who have weathered major storms in their careers. George Davies - who turned Next into one of the biggest successes in British retailing before becoming the victim of a boardroom coup. Producer BRIAN KING BBC Pebble Mill
by SUE ASHBY, with Joan Campion as Rose.
It's local election time and Rose, a councillor's wife, falls into her usual routine of supporting her husband.
But resentments that have festered over the years suddenly erupt....
Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester. Stereo
Councillor Ainsworth/ Doctor ...:
Three programmes about a record-breaking hold on power.
1: The First Target
Did the unions stand a chance of beating
Mrs Thatcher ? Was their decline inevitable or did they make avoidable mistakes? With the Cabinet ministers and trade union leaders involved, BBC Political Correspondent Nicholas Jones assesses one of the Prime Minister's most radical changes in the fabric of the nation.
Producer JOLYON MONSON
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True Stories: Talking Heads
The second of six programmes in which members of the Radio 4 Generation talk about how their lives have changed since the project began.
This week, two women for whom the church is an important part of their lives - Melanie Brown and Julie Oliver.
Producers PAUL KObRAK and DAVY SIMS
Aspects of Love sings its way on to the stage of the Prince of Wales Theatre, London, tonight:
Andrew Lloyd Webber waits in the wings, and the Kaleidoscope reviewer sprints back to the studio. Meanwhile, in another part of London, Caryl Churchill's play Ice Cream dissects an Anglo-
American love affair.
Presenter Nigel Andrews. Producer JULIAN MAY. Stereo
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