3: Manners Between the Sexes Many men open doors for women - but how many would give up their seat for a woman orstandup when she enters the room? Nigel Rees wonders if modern man is confused. Producer SallieDavies
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. But - after slavery, the extermination of North American Indians and imperialism in South America - is there any reason to thank him? Jenni Murray asks Hunter Davies and Amanda Hutchinson.
Serial: Mansfield Park (13)
A six-part series written by Peter Ling and Juliet Ace. 2: Scandal follows close on the heels of tragedy for the Minster family....
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
Alice, Lady Minster:
William, Lord Minster:
Mrs Jenny Gaunt:
Lady Caroline Gaunt:
Polly, Viscountess Ebony:
Sir Charles Bowyer:
Lady Gina Bowyer:
Four plays based on the characters in Toulouse-Lautrec's posters, written by John Peacock. 3: Casque d'or 'The knife that cleanses, the bomb that purifies.'
The group of revolutionaries in Paris had passionate beliefs and were willing to die for them.
With Joanna Myers ,
Jane Whittenshaw , Alan Barker , Fraser Kerr , Matthew Sim. Music by Stephen Warbeck. Director Jane Morgan. Stereo
Mark Steyn meets film director Alan Parker , whose latest film is
The Commitments, and reviews the films of the week including the story of the Bentley and Craig shooting, Let Him Have It; plus a report on the Prix Italia and music from today's guests, Everything but the Girl.
Producer John Goudie. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
3: Cardboard City
'As they went to consult the map of the Underground they almost stumbled over a man curled up asleep on the floor, a bundle of grey rags. His feet, black with dirt and disease, protruded shockingly bare into the path of the shoppers.' (For detaiis see Monday)
Three programmes in which Roy Strong searches for Britain's
2: Why Is 'Old' So Secure? The legacy Britain will leave for future generations is heavily weighted towards pre-1945 architecture and artefacts. Why have we rejected the contemporary in favour of the traditional? With just nine years to the 21st century is it too late to even things up?
Producer Jane Beresford
Time is money, and ever more ferocious competition is forcing firms to slash the amount of time it takes them to bring new products to market. It can mean cramming into a few months a development process that used to take years: experts call the technique 'time compression'. Peter Day reports on a management revolution in the making. Producer Mark Gregory. Stereo
Six programmes in which journalists remember the first faltering steps they took in their careers.
3: In Vogue
Thirty years ago, fashion writer Georgina Howell was a bored student at secretarial college, hoping to be mistaken for Juliette Greco. Then her mother insisted she enter a talent contest....
Producer Caroline Adams
The Power to Succeed or Fail?
Energy is the issue that today drives nations apart and causes wars - yet the first use of natural energy in Europe brought people together. In the fourth of five programmes,
Peter France traces the discovery of natural energy and asks - what has changed?
Producer Mary Colwell
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