A special edition looking at the small-claims courts. Designed to be a quick, easy and cheap method of resolving disputes, in fact they often turn out to be anything but! Presented by John Howard.
Producer David Berry
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Tim Marlow reassesses the work of one of England's leading painters, Howard
Hodgkin; talks to the carver of birds, Guy Taplin ; and listens to Christmas musical celebrations of 200 years ago.
Producer Kate Wilkinson Stereo
The panel includes: The Rt Hon
Peter Lilley , MP, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry; The Rt Hon
Baroness Seear, Deputy Leader of the Liberal
Democrats in the House of Lords; and The Rt Hon
John Smith , QC, MP, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer. They tackle the issues raised in Lichfield, Staffordshire. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Lucy Duran attends a Greek Cypriot wedding and a Turkish folk dance class as she puts together a picture of the different traditions of Turkish and Greek
Cypriot communties in England. The up-and-coming generation is aware of the past culture and customs, but is gradually absorbing into poetry, music and dance such western influences as rap, jazz and cabaret.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo
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