Daire Brehan and guests, topical discussion, and Stuart Maconie 's efforts to untangle the taut philosophical knots within the notion of "beauty".
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Final part of Clive Coleman 's sitcom about the questionable practices of a group of barristers.
The American. When star American lawyer Thurman Berkley arrives in chambers for a week, a culture clash seems inevitable. But the stuffy John Fuller-Carp will do anything to win a case - even if it means adopting the rapping rhythms Thurman used so successfully in the OK Stimpson trial. A run-of-the-mill GBH gets the full transatlantic treatment.
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Six well-known people look back at the pleasures and pains of their teenage lives.
4: Helena Kennedy QC is a writer and broadcaster. But what was she like as a teenager in Glasgow in the 1960s? She tells Hunter Davies about short skirts, kohl around the eyes, and sharing a bedroom with her maiden aunt. Producer Lucy Cacanas Repeat
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