Clare Short MP has always lived in - and now represents - the Birmingham constituency of Ladywood. She reflects on its ever changing character as home to generations of incomers, including her own family, and on the changes which the 1980s brought to this once-rich manufacturing area. Producer Frances Byrnes Repeated Sunday at 5.00pm
The news of 50 years ago today. A tussle in Westminster over the raising of the school-leaving age, and the young Princess Elizabeth christens the latest BOAC transatlantic aeroplane. For details see yesterday
By Michael Butt. Emma, a girl with Down's syndrome, is about to leave home to go to college. The night before her departure, tensions with her father erupt. With her friend lain, who communicates by means of a computer-generated voice-simulator, Emma takes to the woods. with Chris Pavlo. Director Andy Jordan
A profile of Andre Previn - conductor, composer, pianist, and jazz musician. In this second programme, Previn talks to June Knox-Mawer about the Hollywood period, when his screen music won him a string of Oscars. The turning point was in 1965, when he gave up movies to pursue a career in classical music.
Producer Derek Drescher Repeat
Six of W Somerset Maugham's short stories, dramatised by Neville Teller and narrated by Dirk Bogarde.
3: The Round Dozen. With 11 wives behind him, the celebrated bigamist Mortimer Ellis is looking to complete the dozen. with Jane Whittenshaw , Paul Jenkins and Stephen Critchlow. Director Janet Whitaker Repeat
The last in the series in which Denys Blakeway looks back at four pivotal events in the last 40 years and considers their consequences.
Bloody Sunday. The events of January 1972 cast a long shadow over
Northern Ireland and acted as a spur to the IRA's terrorist campaign.
Thirteen civilians were killed by the British Army during a march in protest over internment and in the following fortnight there were 300 terrorist acts. Producer Mark Savage
Repeated Saturday at 5.00pm
Trevor Phillips with news, debate and reflections from black and Asian people in the UK and around the world. Producer Fran Acheson
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