An eight-part documentary series about life at Birmingham International Airport. 2: High winds and lost baggage; an aircraft carrying the Princess of Wales is the victim of a "bird strike"; management consider plans for a major expansion; and Bob Taylor , MD for 20 years, announces that he's leaving. Producers Brian King and Sarah Rowlands
by Christopher Fitz-Simon .
Last of six episodes set in Ballylenon, Co Donegal, in 1953. Phonsie discovers that he is not the only one in Ballylenon with Political clout.
Music by Stephanie Hughes. Director Eoin O'Callaghan
by Martin Smith.
The true story of Dorothy O'Grady , a seaside landlady from the Isle of Wight who was accused of spying for the German Reich and brought to trial under the Treachery Act of 1940. Other parts are played by David Holt , Simon Carter , Anna Keene , Jonathan Wyatt and Simon Egerton Director Rosemary Watts
Old Delhi is still redolent of its Muslim past - the magnificent Red Fort, the teeming bazaars ofChandni Chowk. New Delhi stands in direct contrast, with its British legacy of manicured lawns and Lutyens's vast imperial secretariat. Indian novelist Anita Desai talks about the orderly Delhi she grew up in and the sprawling megalopolis it is today. Producer Martin Buckley
5: The 1490s: Tudor Circumstances
After the Wars of the Roses, the people of Britain are keen to achieve a degree of political and social stability, and Henry Tudor , now Henry VII , seems the man to provide it. Cautious at first as he inherits circumstances not of his making, he devotes much of his energy to achieving fiscal integrity. But he also knows he must appeal to the myths of the past to help him stabilise his new regime. Producer Daniel Snowman
July is a strange month in the political calendar - the end of the parliamentary session and the beginning of the silly season. Tony Benn finds that fellow diarists from four centuries are preoccupied by familiar themes: smear campaigns, dismay at the latest royal scandal, and killer bugs loose on the streets of London.
r- Robert Robinson goes walkabout down under and comes up with some surprises.
1: Conversation with the wine-makers of South Australia - is the lifestyle as full-bodied, balanced and earthy as the vintage?
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