Christopher Haskins , chairman of Northern Foods pic, takes business COlleagues to task. Are they proper custodians of the public good or are they failing the nation's workforce and its economy? And should they not keep their "ands off the NHS and other public services to which business principles may be doing more harm then good?
Producer Sheila Cook
The fifth of Colin Watson 's six-part story ofvice and violence. Inspector Purbright eliminates suspects. Dramatised by Christopher Denys Director Tony Cliff
Introduced by Jenni Murray. In Croatia, five prominent women writers have been branded witches. Marya Burgess reports On the continuing persecution of women who speak out and bite back. Serial: The Quick (6) IFor details see Monday)
I Ian Johnstone returns with the NEW celebrity panel show that brings music and moments from the movies.
Team captains Dick Vosburgh and Robin Ray are joined this week by Stephen Tomkinson and Wendy Richard who pit their wit and wisdom on the greats and not so greats of the silver screen. Producer Andy Aliffe
In the last of the series David Mellor , MP, gives his guests the chance to sound off about their pet bugbear. This week includes the humorist Kathy Lette on British attitudes to children, and broadcaster Phil Smith rails against windfarms. Producer Lindsay Leonard
David Pownall has dramatised the life of Edward Elgar. Paul Allen views the result starring Alec McCowen at Stratford. Also reviews of Peter Hall 's production of She Stoops to Conquer, starring David Essex and Donald Sinden.
Producer John Goudie (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Peter Jay chairs a debate on Britain's welfare system that looks beyond the next budget, and towards the next century. Fellowjournalists Polly Toynbee and Andrew Marr question speakers about the economic, social and political implications of the argument. Producer Charles Sigler
The final part of Bernard Kops 's serial. 1956: Simon has seen through Victor and is about to spring his revenge.
With Peter Acre
Director Alan Drury
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