As a tribute to Brian Redhead , there's another chance to hear a discussion from the series he described as an "unrehearsed intellectual adventure". In this programme, from 1974, Brian discusses patriotism with Professor John Vaizey , Anthony Quinton and J R LAnderson. Producer Michael Green
Dick Francis 's racing thriller in a five-part dramatisation starring Eric Allan , Sian Phillips and Elizabeth MacGovern.
1: Threats and Menaces. Kit Fielding, champion jockey, is engaged to Danielle de Brescou , the niece of his employer Princess Casilia. The princess recruits Kit to fend off Henri de Brescou , a dangerous cousin.
Dramatised by John Ashe
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Catherine Czerkawska 's saga of yacht builders and designers on the Clyde.
2: Hoisting the Sail. Alison has got to know Isabella - her yacht's namesake - and has agreed to take the old lady down to see the vessel as she lies on the hard at the marina. The history of the yacht is important but more so is that of the family, and Isabella is the sole repository of that story.
Director Hamish Wilson
Matronj Young James:
Martin Wainwright with the last programme in the series that celebrates the achievements of those who have been overlooked by history.
The formidable campaigner for women's rights between the wars fought for family allowances to be paid to mothers (as opposed to fathers), and inspired generations of women politicians who followed her.
Not everyone would take an inflatable canoe on a trip to China, but for Christina Dodwell it was an essential part of her luggage. In today's programme, this unorthodox traveller tells Annette Kobak of her adventures in a land where individuality is often regarded as suspect. With readings by Elizabeth Bell. Producer Kate McAII
Donald Woods concludes his travels across South Africa assessing its chances of making democracy work.
Legacies and Expectations. With only a month to go until South Africa's first full general election, Woods asks whether the new government will be able to meet voters' expectations of better schooling and housing.
A Crux production
Half rimes Two Times Three
" Half as many people will be paid twice as much for working three times as hard in four years'time. "This is the formula many large companies believe will deliver up optima levels of productivity and profit. But what are the real costs of this approach? How will we deal with these levels of unemployment? Peter Day leads a discussion on the challenges we face on the changing workfront.
Producer Ann Gilmartin
In the last of the present series, the theatrical impresario who literally whipped his performers into line; why people dress up to go to church; and Chris Andrew discovers that, when it comes to dealing with crime waves, governments have made little progress in athousand years.
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