Six programmes in which three different but interlinked Somerset families talk to Jenni Mills.
3: The Right Start in Life Why have the Moreys sent their son to a grammar school? Is six-month-old Joshua [text removed]'s name already down for public school? And what was the surprise about little
Angela [text removed]'s birth? Producer Jenny Stuart (R)
Presenter Sally Jones. It's Back to the Future again - another special programme offering advice to women planning to return to paid employment after a career break. This time the emphasis is on your working life once you're back.
Managing stress, how to cope with critical colleagues, and the killer instinct - do you have it, and does it matter if you don't?
Serial: Love Among the Single Classes (5)
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The Quiet American The final episode of Graham Greene 's classic novel set in the Saigon of the early 50s. With Ian Holm
Pyle's well-intentioned interference leads to tragedy for both the people of Saigon and for himself.
Dramatised by Gregory Evans Director David Benedictus Stereo
Sheila McKechnie , Director of Shelter;
Rt Hon Tony Newton , MP, Secretary of State for Social Security;
George Robertson , MP, Opposition Spokesman on Foreign Affairs;
Auberon Waugh , Editor of the Literary Review, tackle the issues raised in Doncaster. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
All the Globe's a Stage Six days a week the Globe Theatre wakes up at 10.00am and prepares for that day's performance of Alan Ayckbourn 's Man of the Moment. Lights are checked,sound rehearsed, Beerbohm the theatre cat stretches and the swimming pool is cleaned all ready for curtain up. Jeremy Front follows the build-up to a performance.
Producer John Boundy. Stereo
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