by Christopher Fitz-Simon
First of a six-part series set in the sleepy town of Ballylenon, Co Donegal, in 1953, before the days of mass tourism. Trouble brews when the McConkey sisters join forces with hotel owner Phonsie Doherty and campaign to have the town's Georgian courthouse demolished to make way for a car park.
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Rev Samuel Hawthorne:
Jonathan Smith 's four-part story of a successful headmaster running an independent school in London.
1: The Real World. Dr Patrick Balfour is a popular media figure and a charismatic leader, but he is under enormous pressure.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
First Round - Midlands and East Anglia. Paul Overall (production manager); Pat Parkin-Moore (state registered nurse); Steve Williams (computer analyst programmer); Tony Garton (local government officer).
The coronation of Ronald Mutebi in Uganda last July restored the 600-year-old kingdom of Buganda after an interval of 27 years. As more and more Africans become disillusioned with the lack of political, social and economic gain from the modern state, the resurgence of loyalty to the tribal order is spreading. How can this reverence for tradition be reconciled with the demands of the late
20th century? Ugandan journalist Joel Kibazo talks to traditional leaders around the continent and asks them how they see their role.
Producer Mohini Patel
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