Martin Wainwright concludes his stories of people whose influence spread far beyond their native communities.
The King of Cheese. The son of a poor quarryman, Kit Calvert saved the local economy by rescuing the moribund Wensleydale Creamery.
Producer John Watkins (Rptd Sun at 6.15pm;
First of six programmes in which Nicholas Stewart, QC, looks at significant trials from the last century.
The case of Captain Henry Rodgers in 1857 revealed the depths of cruelty and deprivation to which ordinary seamen were subjected in the British Merchant Navy. See Preview page 14
Attorney General Bliss:
Mr Monk QC:
Do women have enough choice about where and how to have their babies? Does pregnancy jeopardise your job or your chances of promotion? Jenni Murray invites you to take part in a live debate about your maternity rights. Serial: The Quick (2)
PHONE: [number removed]. Lines open from 9.30am.
Can there be good food in Britain's fast food outlets, restaurants and cafes when most of them pay slave wages? Marya Burgess investigates greed, contempt and corruption in the catering industry. Presented by Derek Cooper. Producer Sheila Dillon
Series of ten stories resulting from a collaboration between documentary makers from Australia, America, Canada, Eire and Britain.
3: Access Denied. " , and the temptation to knock on that door and try to get in was overwhelming". Nicholas Whiteley "broke into" universities.He never stole or vandalised the buildings, he simply left his mark - without ever leaving his bedroom.
Producer Main Russell
Michele Roberts , Eleanor Bron and Sue Townsend are among 20 women writers whohaveput-TheWritingontheWall in response to art at the Tate Gallery.
In the studio, Louisa Buck meets South American singer and folk heroine Mercedes Sosas. Producer Nicki Paxman
Ann Clwyd , MP, opposition spokesperson on National Heritage; Eric Forth , MP, Education Minister; Robin Page , farmer and journalist; and Matthew Taylor , MP. Liberal Democrat spokesman on the Social Charter and Youth Affairs, tackle the issues raised in Wellington, Shropshire. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Nick Utechin
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