Rightly or wrongly, everyone feels guilty at some time or other - whether about the treatment of individuals or the behaviour of the community or nation.
Professor Anthony Clare and Fr Wilfrid McGreal , 0 Carm investigate the psychological and religious origins of guilt; and consider the relationship between anxiety, guilt and morality for the individual, within the Church and society. Producer Alastair Simmons Stereo
Four programmes with Dr John Post.
A sample from more than 100 years of delicate, improving and uplifting advice about sex. Learn how to regard a canoe and what to think of in bed. 2: Courtship
Producer Malcolm Love. Stereo
A special series of six programmes every Friday on care in the community. With Debbie Thrower.
4: Social and Health Care in the Community
How to get the health and social care you need - where to go and what to do. Producer Paul Kobrak HELPLINE: free, confidential advice and information on [number removed] between
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The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot.
2: Home and School
The love Maggie has for her brother Tom has been shattered by his preference for their cousin Lucy. Accused by her aunt of looking like a gypsy, she has run away from home.
Joe seems convinced that Grange Farm is cursed.
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The panel includes:
Jean Lambert , Speaker, the Green Party;
John Prescott , MP,
Labour Party Transport
Spokesman; Des Wilson , Director of Campaigns, the Liberal Democrat Party. From Weybridge, Surrey. Chairman
Producer Anna Carragher
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