Seven days of important world news made trivial, and daft little items rendered significant, under the chairmanship of Barry Took. Captaining the teams are Alan Coren and Richard Ingrams. Written and compiled by JOHN LANGDON and the producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
Bryan Gould , MP,
Desmond Watkins , senior executive,
Shell International, Angela Neustatter , journalist,
Teresa Gorman , MP Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]
Call Jonathan Dimbleby with your views on this week's Any Questions? Producers JOHN HOLMES and SUZANNE LEVY BBC Bristol
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by Nigel Baldwin
A murder investigation is under way. There's Hennessy, the tough
Detective Sergeant (Barry Foster); Nate, the idealistic writer (Struan Rodger), and Zanna, half child, half woman
(Madeleine Church). Directed by Richard Wortley
4.30 Telling It How It Was A guide to collecting oral history presented by Steve Humphries.
2: Interview Techniques Consultant PAUL THOMPSON
5.00 Time Will Tell Seven programmes in which Alexander MacLeod examines future scenarios for world affairs. I: The Soviet Union How could success for perestroika and glasnost transform the lives of the next Soviet generation? And what happens if Gorbachev's reforms collapse? Series producer DENNIS SHUTTE (First broadcast on BBC World Service) (R) revised
5.30 Get By in Turkish A six-part introduction. 2: Eating Out with Bengisu Rona and Tayfun Ertan Written by ALAN WILDING
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by Sheila Hodgson.
With John Moffatt as Dennis Vyner, Elizabeth Mansfield as Sylvia Vyner and Jane Leonard as Julie Barnes
When devious Dennis Vyner's financial empire collapses, there's only one thing left to do - disappear, and fast! He hits on an amazing and outrageously simple plan... to go on a luxury cruise with the help of his wife and girlfriend!
(Repeated Monday 3.00pm)
Prof Guy Heydock:
Prof Charles Jarvis:
Rev Fergus Anderson:
Breakaway the Circle
It's now four years since the miners' strike came to an end and pit closures have proceeded apace since then. But what happens to the communities when the pits close down?
Robbie Roberts makes a personal assessment of his own community -
Dodworth, near Barnsley. Producer DAVE SHEASBY BBC North East. Stereo
An eight-part series in which Robert Cushman gives a personal view of the New York cabaret scene, past and present. 3:Love Me or Leave Me 'You might find the nighttime the right time for kissing
But night time is my time for just reminiscing.'
GUS KAHN , 1928
The roots of New York cabaret in the 20s and 30s. With singers Ruth Etting , Adelaide Hall , Hildegarde Hutch , Ethel Waters and Elisabeth Welch , and comments from
Buddy Barnes , Michael Feinstein , Barbara Lea , Steve Ross , Bobby Short. Joel Siegel. Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE. Stereo
'A good actor must continually run the risk of being beheaded.' That might sound like a typical remark from an empty-headed actor until you realise it's from the mouth of Nicholas Craig.
Including the work of less successful actors such as Nigel Planer , Christopher Douglas , Christopher Ryan and Chrissy Roberts. Written by NIGEL PLANER and CHRISTOPHER DOUGLAS Producer BILL DARE. Stereo
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