The real-life everyday story of the folk of Bentley in Hampshire, presented in eight programmes by Nigel Farrell.
3: It's the day of Pom's charity auction - but as the hall fills, suddenly her target seems very optimistic.
Producer Chris Paling
Four programmes in which Harry Thompson explores the way it was for women. 2: The Castle Dangerous An appreciation of the art of household management. Reader Clare Beck. Producer Jacqueline Smith Stereo
The second half of Derek Cooper 's visit to Ireland. This week he asks if the Irish can keep their land unpolluted and still expand their food and agriculture industries to provide much-needed jobs. Producer Marie Helly
Daphne Drummond , ageing literary baglady, decides to take a lover - Jenny Diski tells Nigel Forde about the extraordinary heroine of her latest novel. Also, private words from wartime, and Alice's White Knight.
Producer Abigail Appleton
Louisa Buck discusses figurative art and the changing reputation of artist Francesco Clemente with painter Steven Campbell and critic
Waldemarjanuszczak. Plus a report on the master of the tabla, the Indian musician
Producer Tim Dee. Stereo
A humorous and moving exploration of middle age, written in seven parts by Ken Blakeson.
5: Falling in Love Again
Everything seems to be on the up for Billy and Ted, but can their luck last?
Additional material by Tom Mennard.
Director Susan Hogg Stereo
Poor Tom has a lot on his plate.
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The panel includes: Barbara Amiel , journalist; the Rt Hon RoyHattersley.MP, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party and Opposition Spokesman on Home Affairs; and Helena Kennedy , QC. From Wayland Prison, Thetford. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
reflects on four comers of the world that have caught his journalist's eye and his conscience.
4: The Last Days of Saigon 'A soldier holding up a dead child by one arm stood stiffly to attention as he was photographed. It was this one image which, for me, symbolised the suffering of the Vietnamese people.' Producer Andrew Parfitt
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