Tim Marlow looks at paintings by artists better known as musicians, including Don Van Vliet (formerly Captain Beefheart). He talks to novelist Jim Crace about his new book Signals of Distress and visits an exhibition of sculptures by Eduardo Paolozzi , in Yorkshire. Producer Erika Wright
by Doris Lessing.
Exiled from the sophistications of her homeland, stylish Lucy Grange seeks solace and comfort, "In a country like this we all learn to accept the second-rate." Read by Estelle Kohler. Producer Pat Pryor
4: Water Street, Carmarthen, Dyfed Country meets town in this busy backstreet in West Wales. Every Wednesday, farmers bring their sheep and cattle to market, eat breakfast in Llangranog cafe, then, at 9 o'clock, drink their first pint in the Ceffyl Du pub across the road. This week, Des the drover reveals a new status symbol in the top pocket of his ragged tweed coat - a mobile phone. A Tony Wilkinson production
Brian leads the hunt.
Written by Graham Harvey. Director Keri Davies
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Margaret Thatcher ; and John Monks , General Secretary, TUC, tackle the issues raised in Abbots Bromley,
Staffordshire. Chairman, Nick Clarke. Producer Nick Utechin.
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Doctors Phil Hammond and Tony Gardner present the last in their series The Ages of Man.
The Lean and Slippered Pantaloon - the truth about old age. Also starring Joanna Brookes and Tim Berrington. Producer Jon Magnusson
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