Anita Roddick tells Jenni Murray how ethics can be compatible with business success. Plus music from
Nina Simone , and Alice Furlaud snaps at the ankles of Jacques Chirac worrying about stray mongrels in the streets of Paris.
Serial: Mansfield Park (5)
Ireland produces some of the finest produce in the world yet her beef and butter languish in ever-growing EC food mountains. In the first of the new series,
Derek Cooper investigates why superb ingredients have failed to materialise into a great gastronomic heritage. Producer Marie Helly
In the first of the new series, JG Ballard talks about his new novel The Kindness of Women. Nigel Forde also meets Isabel Colegate whose novel The Summer of the Royal Visit also explores the retelling of history, and he strolls up to Lord's to discover the contents of Brian Johnston 's bookshelf. ProducerSally Marmion
Tim Marlow talks to artist John Bellany about his latest work and about the paintings of Pablo Picasso , whose early life is revealed in the new biography by John. Richardson London 's Holland Park is transformed into a Japanese Kyoto garden; Judy Meewezen reports on a film which tells the truth about life in an Indian restaurant; and a last chance to win a Kaleidoscope kaleidoscope. Producer Hamish Mykura. Stereo
A humorous and moving exploration of middle age, written in seven parts byKenBlakeson.
4: The Ancient of Days
Billy makes a hit with a new audience. Ted makes a hit with Jenny.
Additional material by Tom Mennard.
With the Salvation Army
Band and Choir, Grosvenor Street Citadel, Manchester. Director Susan Hogg. Stereo
A wonderful surprise for Tom and Pru.
Written by Louise Page
The panel includes: Margaret Hodge ,
Leader of the London
Borough of Islington; and Sue Slipman , Director, the National Council for One Parent Families.
From Telford, Shropshire. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
reflects on four corners of the world which have caught his journalist's eye and his conscience.
3: The Miners of Murton 'I like miners; my own family were miners, and I like their pride, and their courage and their black humour.'
Producer Simon Elmes
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