Conor Gearty chairs a new discussion programme that attempts to get beyond the sound-bite and find a point of political or ethical contact.
1: Altered States. Madsen Pirie from the Adam Smith Institute and Martin Jacques , former editor of Marxism Today, discuss the role of the state. Producer Paul Quinn
Keith Barren and Brigit Forsyth star as David and Ann Marshall in Chris Thompson's four-part family drama.
3: We'll Get By, Won't We? Christmas is coming, and Andy finally gets ajob. But David is in for a big shock at work, and Ann is starting to crack under the strain. with Melissa Sinden , Malcolm Raebum , Jason Done , Colin Parry and Vicky Connett Director Martin Jameson
By R J Gallagher. The story of the making of John Huston 's film The Red Badge of Courage.
Music by Andy Price Director Foz Allan
Louis B Mayer:
A three-part series in which former prime ministers of the British dominions outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in their countries over the last decade.
2: New Zealand: Paradise or Paradox? David Lange can't decide whether New Zealand is paradise lost or paradise gained. The economy is healthy and the country feels strong enough to stand up to Britain, but there is widespread poverty and ethnic tension. Bryan Gould , Keri Hulme and present prime minister Jim Bolger discuss the paradoxes of their Pacific paradise. Producer Rosie Goldsmith. Revised repeat
Mario Vargas Llosa 's comic novel dramatised in six parts by Lee Hall. 3: The arrival of a Bolivian bolero singer causes chaos at Radio Central. with Kim Wall , Jonathan Adams , Keith Dhnkel. Elaine Pyke , Colleen Prendergast , Ann Beach andIaon Meredith - Director Sally Avens
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