Conflict in Kashmir In the second of two programmes, Mark Tully reports from Kashmir and Pakistan on how the demands for Muslim solidarity with Kashmir! dissidents could drag
Benazir Bhutto 's fragile government into conflict with India.
Producer Peter Burdin
Call to Account
The return of the weekly series, this year focusing on privatised utilities. Today, Cedric Brown , Managing Director of Regional Services with British Gas, is in the hot seat.
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Check your gardening knowledge against teams led by Irene Thomas and Norman Painting. This week's guests:
Jill Balcon , Mary O'Hara , Brian J Ford , Molly Weir. Questionmaster
Dr Stefan Buczacki.
Producer Ian Strachan. Stereo
Edith Wharton's black comedy of manners, adapted in five parts by Eileen Cullen.
Mrs Bertha Dorset:
Mr Hudson Bart:
Mrs Hudson Bart:
The second of six oral history montages.
Bringing in the Harvest
Memories of the harvest before combines. Tales of pitching the hay, thrashing the corn and binding the sheaths are told by those whose summers were spent down on the farm.
Producer Angela Hind. Stereo
D S Barry:
Musical Messages Silent films needed music to make up for lack of dialogue and effects - battles, rows, stampedes were the composer's lot. They still are, but Nick Baker looks at how the role of music has grown more manipulative as it taps into people's emotions and joins in the 20th-century hard sell.
Producer Belinda Sample. Stereo
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