Government within the Law. Recently the courts ordered the Home Secretary to think again about the Derek Bentley pardon -an example of the growing role of the judges in overseeing the conduct of government. High Court judge Sir Stephen Sedley believes that this is a necessary development for democracy.
Producer Sallie Davies
A story of vice and violence in the sleepy town of Flaxborough, by Colin Watson. 3: Vengeance on the River Dramatised by Christopher Denys Director Tony Cliff
with Jenni Murray. As the new film of The Secret Garden opens, Claire Jenkins talks to its director Agnieszka Holland , to adaptor Caroline Thompson , and to horticutturalist Phillipa Rakuson about the appeal of Frances Hodgson Bumett 's story. Story: Mrs De Winter (9)
Eduardo Manet 's play evokes lost lives and memories within memories.
Summer 1955: a young man moves to New York. Night after night in his rundown apartment house a violin plays Ravel's Kaddish -the Jewish prayer for the dead.
Translated by David Zane Mairowitz Director Anne Edyvean
David Mellor 's guests this week are Ros Miles who sounds off about powerful women, psychiatrist Raj Persaud on public voyeurism, Chris Haskins on London versus the provinces, and chef John Tovey on EC regulations. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Gavin Campbell speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of the Disasters Emergency Commmittee which has launched an appeal to save the lives of over 20 million people at risk from war and its after-effects in 11 African countries. DONATIONS to Africa on a Knife Edge, [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]Reply coupon on Page 11
3. The Radio War. Black stations, electronic beams, high-tech trickery - Peter Snow reveals the key elements of the modern art of military deception. Written and compiled by David Owen.
I Producer Julian Hale
More, Wiser and Wealthier?
The Government plans an increase in the numbers of people in higher education. Andrew Adonis asks whether expansion is a good thing, and what will it mean for students, universities and the economy? Producer Simon Coates
Bernard Kops 's five part serial.
3:Why has Victor had a Braque forged? with Peter Acre
Director Alan Drury
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