The day-to-day triumphs and tragedies of a small rural community, in six programmes presented by Nigel Farrell.
2: The national press visit the village, and it's Tony's housekeeper Maureen they're looking for.... Producer Chris Paling
For the next six weeks,
John Howard explores the world of selling.
1: The Tricks of the Trade Market pitchers, auctioneers, door-to-door salesmen, marketing strategists for high street chains.... the experts at selling.
Producer David Harvey
Robert Louis Stevenson 's tale of a South Seas trader who goes through hell and back to escape a devilish taboo.
Dramatised by Robert Forrest Director Patrick Rayner Stereo
Rosamunde Pilcher sold her first short story to a women's magazine on VE day for 115. Now she's an international bestseller and The Shell Seekers has sold more than three million copies in paperback. Nigel Forde meets the publishing phenomenon who shuns the limelight, on her home ground in Dundee.
Producer Abigail Appleton
Natalie Wheen finds that although 1991 has been kind to such prizewinners as sculptor Anish Kapoor , the recession has blown in a cold wind of reality for the sale rooms and the galleries.
ProducerJohn Goudie. Stereo
Board by George MacDonald Fraser.
"I looked around at my fellow applicants, most of whom had at least three stripes and seemed to be full of confidence, initiative, leadership and flannel ..." Read by Tom Fleming. Producer Bruce Young
Cliff Michelmore reports live from the re-created battlements of Guernsey's St Peter Port Castle, in the heart of the Earls Court
1992 Boat Show.
Reporters Sally Taylor and Malcolm McKeag. ProducerChris Hipwell. Stereo
Francis Bacon .
The painter Francis Bacon is one of Britain's most eminent artists, collected by galleries all over the world. Now in his 80s,
Bacon is up at six o'clock every morning to begin work and, as he tells
Richard Cork in a rare interview, has more desire to paint than ever.
Producer John Goudie. Stereo (Rpt;
Much of history-book Columbus is legend, but this account by his son Ferdinand has been described as a "corner-stone of the history of the American continent".
Chris Wilkinson reads the first of five episodes of one of Europe's most famous adventure stories.
Translated by Benjamin Keen.
Abridged by Alan England.
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