Farming after Communism The very system that is now being swept away may, ironically, have laid the foundations for an agricultural economy that could become far more efficient and profitable than the West's. George Macpherson talks to consultants and farmers. Producer David Dixon
Award-winning comedy re-creation starring Michael Roberts as Groucho and Frank Lazarus as Chico. With
Graham Hoadly ,
Vincent Marzello and Lorelei King. Scnpt by Nat Perrin and Arthur Sheekman
Adapted by Mark Brisenden Music by David Firman
Producer Dirk Maggs. Stereo
4: Taking to Extremes with David Walter.
The development of the European Community could make the far right more powerful. Will Britain remain the exception to the trend? Producer Gwyneth Williams
In the fourth of six reports on the regional press, Tony Wilkinson visits
Londonderry and the local unionist paper, the Londonderry Journal, and the city's nationalist Deny Journal.
Executive Producer Julian Hale Stereo
Peter Flannery's play stars Antony Sher as Peter Singer, who survives Auschwitz, and makes a fortune as a slum landlord in England. But can he forget the past?
(Concludes tomorrow at 2.30pm)
Drama: page 4
Music composed by:
with Roger Harrabin.
In the final programme of the present series the winner of the programme's eco-villain competition is announced, and there's a visit to the house that's powered by chip fat. Producer Jeffrey Oistead Editor Tim Finney
Los Lobos in Performance
The Pavlovian response is
La Bamba , but this East LA band have had a 20-year-old career. On tour recently in London, Los Lobos perform and talk to Jo Shinner.
Producer Adrian Washboume. Stereo
Miss Marjoribanks Margaret Oliphant 's comedy of manners, dramatised in four parts. 2: Skirmishes
Lucilla's "Thursday" has been a success, but Mr Cavendish is showing an interest in Barbara Lake.
Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud Music Malcolm McKee
Director Sue Wilson. Stereo
Miss Marjoribanks Margaret
Mrs NeUy Woodburn:
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