by PETER TINNISWOOD
1: My Friend Dornford Narrator
Christian Rodska Producer PETE ATKIN Stereo
0 See David Gillard ,page59
Second of ten programmes.
Sue MacGregor meets
Gerald Ratner , who runs the most profitable chain of jewellery shops in the country. He talks about his life and work.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Jenni Murray talks to the queen of the silver dagger, Ruth Rendell.
Serial: I, Gloria Gold (1) by JUDITH SUMMERS abridged in 11 episodes by MEG CLARKE.
Read by Sheila Steafel Producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN
(Music: Horowitz's Sonatina)
Craig Brown of The Times and Julian Critchley , mp, challenge Austin Mitchell. mp, and Ludovic Kennedy in a light-hearted test of political knowledge. Chairman
Written and compiled by BOB SINFIELD
Producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo (R)
A three-part series about summer schools.
2: A School by the Sea
Students return to Roy Ray 's school of painting in St Ives year after year. They range from those who have never picked up a pencil before to accomplished artists.
Their week at the school also coincides with the St Ives Literary Festival. Producer SUSAN ROBERTS BBC Bristol. Stereo
Hidden from the prying eyes of outsiders,
Indonesia is transporting millions of inhabitants of Java to the remote jungles of Irian Jaya.
George Monbiot travels by foot and canoe to reach forbidden zones, where the settlers face starvation, and dispossessed natives fight Indonesian troops with spears and poisoned arrows.
Producer GRAHAM ELLIS
* See George Monbiot , left
In Real Terms
Disabled people have been living with Income
Support for one year.
Transitional payments, intended to protect income during the change-over have, in the course of a year been eroded. In real terms incomes have decreased.
Kati Whitaker assesses the evidence and asks the DSS for its reaction.
Presenter Kati Whitaker Producer MARLENE PEASE
0 PHONE: in on [number removed]Lines open from 10.00am to
5.00pm Monday to Friday.
Eugene Onegin is staged by the ENO; and the Hull Truck Theatre Company tells the story of the fishermen's wives who left Hull to work in Iceland. Presenter
Producer NOAH RICHLER. Stereo
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