Presenter John Howard.
Including the fifth of eight programmes in the series on how to complain. This week: Financial Services
Including mortgages, insurance and banks.
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Howards End by E M Forster dramatised in four parts by Jeffrey Segal.
With Joanne Pearce
1: '... the house is old and little, and altogether delightful - red brick. We can scarcely pack in as it is, and the dear knows what will happen when Paul arrives tomorrow.'
The arrival of Paul is to set off a long chain of events that will change the lives of all those who come into contact with 'Howards End'.
Director Caroline Raphael Stereo (R)
The shipyards die and South Tyneside becomes a land fit for tourists - 'Catherine
The Gazette campaigns against the latest scheme - a 'superdome' in a pretty local park.
Tony Wilkinson reports. Producer Julian Hale Stereo (R)
The Rt Hon
Gerald Kaufman , MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary; The Rt Hon
Christopher Patten ,
MP, Secretary of State for the Environment;
Susan Thomas , Surrey County Councillor and a member of the Federal
Policy Committee of the Liberal Democrats; and Howard Davies , Controller of the Audit Commission.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
It's an island of 35,000 sq km with a population of 20 million, and for many people its name is what they read on the backs of radios, toys, bicycles and computers - 'Made in Taiwan'.
Tony Rayns reports on the cultural life that supports this industrious nation, both the classical Chinese tradition and the contemporary arts. Producer Mike Greenwood Stereo
The week's news processed through the satirical mincer.
Script Barry Atkins ,
Peter Baynham , Simon Bullivant ,
Mike Coleman , Michael Dines , Robert Linford. Bill Matthews , Ged Parsons , Oleh Stepaniuk , Colin Swash , Peter Hickey and others.
Producer Neil Cargill
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