The day-to-day triumphs and tragedies of a small
Hampshire rural community. 4: Denise's sister arrives on her first trip home from Australia in four years. Presented by Nigel Farrell. Producer Chris Paling
Joey by Robert Dodds. A relaxing country cottage proves the perfect rest cure for a workaholic computer expert until he encounters one of nature's most unusual species. Read by John Shedden. Producer Bruce Young
Should women be paid for housework? Or should men do it all? How much is the battle against dust and dirt a matter of sexual politics? Join Anne Brown for a special programme from Birmingham.
Serial: The Stand-in (7)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo 's tale of doomed love and the fear of sorcery, in five parts. 4: Sanctuary!
Music by Philip Pickett , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson. Dramatised by Catherine L Czerkawska
Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo
Dom Claude Fro/to:
President of Court:
Simon Hoggart attempts to keep his surly crew of columnists in order on this, the anniversary of Captain Bligh's safe arrival on land after being cast adrift from the Bounty. A mutinous look at life is guaranteed. Producer Brian King
Paul Vaughan is at the first night of the National Theatre production of John Webster 's, The White Devil, and discusses the major exhibition of the paintings of John Constable at the Tate Gallery.
Producer Adrian Washbourne
Betty demonstrates her inner strength.
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This week's panel: Glenda Jackson , prospective
Parliamentary Candidate for the Labour Party; Sally O'Sullivan ,
Editor, Harpers & Queen; Michael Portillo , MP, Minister of State at the Department of the Environment;
Peter Vaughan ,
Director, Swan Hunter Shipbuilding and Engineering.
From Southampton. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Richard Cork compares the work of two British artists, both of them inspired by the land.
Constable caught the idyll of the English countryside at the beginning of the 19th century, in such pictures as The Hay
Wain, whereas in our own times Richard Long transfers his walks, and the stone and earth he finds on them, into the gallery.
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