Dawn in the dry heart of New Zealand. The rabbits are on the run from the Central Otago News photographer. In the fourth of six programmes
Tony Wilkinson reports from the front line of the Rabbit War, meets the 84-year-old gardening columnist and climbs aboard a houseboat stranded miles from any water.
Producer Julian Hale. Stereo
Hugh Sykes continues his search for Britain's most exciting new companies.
2: Bidding for the E 10,000 award are
Stephen Hine and Maria Johnson who created
SUDS and now franchise this creme de la creme of mobile car valeting services. This week's contenders in the E5,000 contest for the best new-comers are Vicky Ambrose and her team from Bristol who edit
Our Schools Magazine. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Harold Nicolson 's diary of the 70th-birthday cruise that he and his wife, Vita Sackville-West , took to Indonesia.
Adapted by David Wheeler
Producer Louise Purslow. Stereo
Evelyn Waugh 's diary entries for 24 October in 1919 and 1943 are strong on farce, while Simon Brett confesses failure in 1958 and success in 1974. It remains to be seen what the day in 1990 will bring. Producers Kate Whitehead and Kate McAII. Stereo
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