2: Andrew Fowles works for the 7th Marquess of Hertford at Ragley Hall. He Woks for large dinner parties, makes the beds, cleans the hunting boots, and then Partners His Lordship for the odd game of lawn tennis. Producer Gwyn Richards
by Peter Kerry. In six parts.
2: Edge of Blackness. Edward and Michael don join a CND march across Kent.
Producer Lissa Evans
by Rupert Mallin.
A bacon factory worker falls in love with a student who teaches her a lesson about clashing beliefs.
Director Richard Wortley
4: Nicola and Pierre. Pierre is an artist living in the countryside of Northern France while Nicola runs her own company in London. How does a long distance marriage work for them? Producer Rona McLean
An interview with John Sayles about his movie Passion Rsh, and a review of Sharon Stone in Sliver. Mark Burman reports from the location of Daniel Day Lewis 's latest film: the controversial dramatisation of the story of the Guilford Four. Plus two new novels about powerful old women. Producer Tim Dee (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Who Needs Managers? Meet the company that's torn up the management rulebook. Where workers set their own hours, and many of them decide on their own pay. Peter Day reports from Brazil on the lessons Semco has to teach businesses around the world.
Producer Stephen Chilcott
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