An eight-part series following a term in the life of the teachers at Washwood Heath
Comprehensive School in Birmingham.
1: A break-in over the school holidays; a fourth-year boy has run away from home;
Jerusalem in assembly; and an outbreak of stink bombs.
Producer Sarah Rowlands and Brian King
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Written by Scott Cherry.
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
Barry Cunliffe examines the history of the emancipation of women in two parts of the world with widely differing cultures. He explores the struggle of Bengali women in Calcutta today and the lives and education of working-class women in 19th-century England. Producer John Knight
The last in asix-part drama series.
We Oughta Be in Pictures 'I sell carpets for a living. Do you think that's what I used to dream of doing ...?'
Written by Steve Wetton.
Producer Ussa Evans. Stereo
Four family portraits in which Michael O'Donnell explores how people's shifting social and moral attitudes in Britain have affected family life. 1: The Morgans
Danny and Zena Morgan learned to live with Danny's haemophilia - then he became
HIV positive ...
Producer Sharon Banoff. Stereo (R)
Six programmes in which ; reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton examine unusual topics. 1: What a Way to Go! 'It's only planning my funeral that's keeping me alive.' So says the man who wants his coffin carried to its final resting place in the back of a double-decker bus.
The grave topic of funny funerals is unearthed. Producer Nick Clarke (R)
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