Soldiers of Christ, Arise (From Strength to
Strength, BBC HB 365); Ephesians 6, w 10-20; Prayer Is the Soul's
Sincere Desire; Oft in Danger, Oft in Woe (University College, BBC HB 363).
Director of Music
James Whitboum. Stereo
Last of the present series in which Carol Vorderman loosens the nuts and bolts of today's technology.
The problems of aircraft black boxes and the coming revolution in telephones.
Producer Deborah Cohen
The last of four cases for private detective Liz Parker.
Sharks Have Pearly Teeth A loan that can solve all financial worries....
Liz finds the bitter truth behind one such offer.
Written by Nick McCarty.
Director Philip Martin. Stereo
Why are there 60 minutes in an hour, and 12 months in a year? Difly Barlow finds out.... if there is time. Producer Hamish Mykura
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Reporter Felicity Goodey investigates the secrets of business success, and asks how much the recession is hurting. 2: Judith Donovan
The story of a junk-mail empire founded nine years ago by a cigar-smoking, hard-talking Bradford woman. Judith Donovan started the firm with her housekeeping money. It now has an annual turnover of Z9 million.
Producer Glyn Jones
Brian Sibley discusses the new films including
Edward Scissorhands , starring Vincent Price; Lucy Duran visits the Womad Festival; and Chris Bryson reports on the new wave of black American film directors.
Producer Tessa Watt
The fierce resentment of the Poll Tax and disagreement over its successor have highlighted the ways in which local authorities are financed. Asa Briggs tells Barry Cunliffe about society's attitudes to taxation since the Middle Ages. And
Simon Rae reflects on the poet as social historian.
Ballet dancers deceive their audiences with their seemingly effortless performances, and delude themselves about the odds of success in a precarious and fragile career. Ex-dancers talk to
Angela Rippon about the gap between ambition and reality. What do they do when, at 30, their careers are over? How difficult is the transition to life away from the barre?
Producer Belinda Cherrington
A series of four programmes in which
Colin Semper meets two people who, confronted by the same moral dilemma, arrived at very different decisions.
2: Sailors Wade Tidbury and Adrian Cumper found themselves in the thick of the action during the Falklands conflict
. Appalled by their experiences, both men agonised over whether or not to stay in the navy. Producer Brian King
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