Vive la Revolution
It's a good excuse for a 'fete', but 200 years is a long time in politics, so what's the legacy of the Revolution?
Ian Noble talks to politicians and takes to the streets to meet citizens from immigrants to aristocrats to find out what's left of Liberte,
Egalite and Fraternité in France today.
Producer SIMON BROUGHTON
A comedy series in seven parts by PAUL MAYHEW. ARCHER. Starring and 1: A Stiff Audition
Robert Wilson is desperate for work. At last an audition comes up. He doesn't have to stick rigidly to the script -just be rigid. Producer PAUL SPENCER
with Jenni Murray Serial: Shadow Play by JOHN MILNE abridged in 11 episodes by MEG CLARKE.
Read by David Goodland 'The trail of blood led to a woman's bedroom. She was leaning forward over a dressing table. I didn't think she was going to turn out much of a conversationalist, somehow.'
Producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN
(Music: Parker's 'A Londoner in New York')
A season of seven dramatised stories.
5: Death, Fire and Life by ARNOLD BENNETT dramatised by PETER MACKIE. Withand
Bursley, 1897: Mr Curtenty , after 12 months out of work, would sooner die than lose his dignity.
Mrs Curtenty ..JOYCE GIBBS
Producer PHILIP MARTIN BBC Pebble Mill Stereo
John Waite and his team with the last in their current series investigating your complaints of injustice, sharp practice and the abuse of authority.
Production team GUY SMITH. VANESSA BRIDGES. KATE MIDDLETON.
LORNA BIRCHLEY , MATTTHOMPSON, SAM WEBBER. Chief producer GRAHAM ELLIS Editor CHRIS LONGLEY
0 WRITE TO: Face the Facts, BBC, London W1A 4WW. for the new series, starting in September.
In 1859 a young Scottish adventurer set out to make his fortune in Japan. Over the next 40 years Thomas Blake Glover became one of the country's major industrialists, the recipient of the Order of the Rising Sun, and an influential friend of the Samurai.
Producer CAROLINE ADAM BBC Scotland (R)
Community Matters: The Case Conference
(Winner of the 1989 Sony Radio Award for Best
A playgroup supervisor is worried when four-and-a-half-year-old Jane shows a disturbing awareness of sex in the games she plays.
John Clare joins the Social Services case conference which meets to discuss Jane's behaviour and plan for her future. Producer FRAN ACHESON (R)
An audience of one is Usually every actor's Ughtmare, but Paul Allen finds one theatre company which ° nly admits one person
° their show,
Producer JOHN GOUDIE
Stereo. (Revised repeat on Thursday at 4.35pm)
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