In the first of a six-part series, Mark Lawson , journalist Ann Leslie , environmentalist Jonathon Porritt , feminist Bea Campbell, novelist A N
Wilson and special guests re-examine traditional vices and virtues in their modem guise.
Producer David Coomes
In the second of two programmes, John Pilkington makes his way on foot towards India's sensitive borderwith Tibet. Now that Indian influence is so much a part of life in Ladakh, what price will the Ladakhis pay for their closer links with the modem world? Producer John Watkins
Final part of Clive Coleman 's sitcom about the questionable practices of a group of barristers.
The American. Star American lawyer Thurman Berkley arrives. with Jonathan Kydd and David Harewood Producer Paul Schlesinger
John Fuller Carp:
By Ernest Bramah. In the second of two plays, the blind detective battles with spies. Dramatised by Roger Danes. With Simon Callow as Max and Lionel Jeffries as Parkinson. with Paul Panting and Brian Orrell . Music by Robert Rigby. Director Alan Drury. Producers Michael Cameron and Stewart Richards
Van Den Burgh/Farmish:
Miss Clifton Baker:
Eight documentaries by programme-makers from four countries who have collaborated to tell stories that cross geographical boundaries.
2: Living Off the Earnings. Three Australian men talk about their partners-who are all prostitutes.
Producer Eurydice Aroney. Editor Sharon Banoff
This three-part series is presented by ex-prime ministers who outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in Australia, New Zealand and Canada over the last decade.
2: New Zealand: Paradise or Paradox? David Lange can't decide whether New Zealand is paradise lost or paradise gained. Bryan Gould , Keri Hulme and Jim Bolger , the present Prime Minister, discuss the paradoxes. Producer Rosie Goldsmith
11.00 New Series A Square of One's Own By Ivan Shakespeare. A four-part comedy series based on the life and times of the Bloomsbury Group.
1: The Great War. With Jonathan Aris ,
Matthew Bell , Joanna Brookes , Chris Emmett , Sally Grace , Nick Hardy , Toby Longworth and Sarah Parkinson. Producer Liz Anstee
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