Written by Carolyn Sally Jones Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
NEW ^ new eight-part series of the comedy-drama written by Jim Eldridge.
1: In Real Terms ...When expenditure exceeds income - misery. Mr Beeston knows the feeling, and is faced with some hard decisions at the start of the new school year.
Producer John Fawcett Wilson Stereo
Mr Beeston, Head Teacher:
Mr Holliday, Deputy Head:
Mrs Stone, School secretary:
Chairman of the Governors:
In 1990, National Learn-the-Organ Year recruited over 1,800 trainee church organists. Anne Marsden Thomas, its founder, and organ-builder John Mander talk about the attractions of the king of instruments. Producer Michael Emery
Happy Ever Afters
Treacle sponge, spotted dick and jam roly-poly, all coated in thick custard - the puddings of the past are making a comeback. Reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton get stuck into a celebration of the great British pudding. Producer Nick Clarke. Stereo
A rich mix of wit and observation on the English character in five parts.
4: It's Not Cricket!
Playing the game both on and off the sports field was all important to the English, but do we still play fair today?
Producer Julia Gillett. Stereo
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Presented by Tony Barringer.
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