from Birmingham. Presented by Anne Brown.
Breast or bottle?
Terries or disposables?
Christina Hardyment and Helen Lederer navigate their way through the latest babycare manuals. Short story:
Pictures on the Ice
Read by Margaret Robertson.
Tim Marlow discusses a new book that embraces all the classical forms of architecture from columns to caryatids, domes to decoration.
Composer and performer Brian Eno talks about his latest musical collaboration; and Handel's hardworking lyricist, Charles Jennens , who chose the words for
Messiah, is given his due. Producer Belinda Sample. Stereo
Jonathan Marcus presents the transport magazine programme. This week: a look at
Manchester, a growing regional airport, and how they are keeping it quiet. Producer Jill Thomas
(Postponed from 23 November)
Written by Graham Harvey
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The panel includes:
Dr Marjorie Mowlam ,
MP, Labour Spokeswoman on Trade and Industry; A N Wilson, novelist; Sir Brian Wolfson ,
Chairman of Wembley PLC and Chairman of the Training Agency. From Norwich.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Architect Cesar Pelli has created ten skyscrapers in the USA, including a 125-storey building in Chicago. But he's also the architect of the tallest building in Europe, the Canary Wharf Tower in London's Docklands.
Paul Vaughan talks to Cesar Pelli in America and considers what effect the tower will have on London's skyline.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo
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