Four programmes about television news presented by Martin Bell.
2: News and War. These days war is waged with half an eye on a non-combatant third force -television.
Martin Bell scrutinises the conduct of his fellow war reporters and the television companies that employ them. Producer Tony Grant
Repeated Sunday 6.15pm
Three-part series in which Clare Jenkins explores aspects of popular medicine. 2: Women's Troubles Between the curse and the change come the child-bearing years. In pre-NHS days, many women knew little about conceiving a wanted child, or disposing of an unwanted pregnancy. The process of birth was another mystery. Producer Alastair Wilson
By Ron Butlin , read by Liam Brennan. Law student Tom commits the ultimate social gaffe when his girlfriend invites him to spend the weekend with her artistic but eccentric parents. Producer Bruce Young
A momentous day for Grange Farm.
Repeated Monday 1.40pm
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Wally K Daly presents his selection of extracts from BBC radio and television over the past seven days. Producer Ronit Knoble
Repeated Sunday 3.30pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Knighton, Powys, with Margaret Beckett , shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry;
Stephen Dorrell , Secretary of State for Health; Archy Kirkwood , Liberal
Democrat Chief Whip; and Dafydd Wigley , leader of Plaid Cymru. Producer Nadine Grieve
Repeated tomorrow 1.10pm
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