by Christopher Reason.
Producer Clive Brill. Stereo
Going Down Backwards With Beryl Reid as Madge Brenda Bruce as Lilian. However much Lilian tries to persuade her otherwise, if Madge can't go down frontwards, she won't attempt her stairs at all. Written by Jennifer Phillips.
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
A series of ten programmes.
By the year 2030, India will have overtaken
China as the world's most populous country, according to the United Nations' recently published State of the World's Population Report.
Barry Cunliffe visits India to explore the history of a country which has long fascinated the British, whose own past is inextricably bound with it.
Producer John Knight
A six-part drama series with Ray Brooks and Sharon Duce.
'I don't want anybody coming round in the daytime when your mother's on her own.
Selling cars is no job for a woman.'
Written by Steve Wetton.
Producer Lissa Evans Stereo
Will the investigation into the mysterious death of ex-RAF helicopter pilot Jonathan Moyle in a Santiago hotel prove a test of Chile's emerging democracy? Can the civilian administration succeed in controlling human rights violations and booming arms sales to the Third World? Reporter
Producer Liz Carney
Presenter Peter White reports on the conference of the American Federation of the Blind.
Producer Thena Heshel
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