News 91

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with Sybil Ruscoe and Allan Robb

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Unknown: Sybil Ruscoe

Unknown: Allan Robb

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with Sybil Ruscoe j and Allan Robb

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with Sybil Ruscoe and Allan Robb.

Genome: [r1 Bd=19910304]

Unknown: Sybil Ruscoe

Unknown: Allan Robb.

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Genome: [r1 Bd=19910403]

with Sybil Ruscoe and A!!an Robb.

Genome: [r1 Bd=19910403]

Unknown: Sybil Ruscoe

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with Sybil Ruscoe and Allan Robb.

Producer Jeff Griffin

Genome: [r1 Bd=19910513]

Unknown: Sybil Ruscoe

Unknown: Allan Robb.

Producer: Jeff Griffin

Genome: [r1 Bd=19910514]
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Action Special Debate One thousand people join the dole queue every day. Is there a future for young people in Britain?

Jobhunters, school-leavers and employers talk to politicians and experts. 0 DOCUMENTARIES: page 13

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with Sybil Ru...a>e and Allan Roub.

Genome: [r1 Bd=19910705]

Unknown: Sybil Ru.

Unknown: Allan Roub.

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Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 April 199119910403

Next in series: 04 April 1991

Previous in series: 30 January 1991

Description

SBH:Report on numbers of suicides that occur on the London Underground and the effects on the drivers of the tube trains involved. Incl. drivers who have experienced suicides under their trains and two of their counsellors. Reporter: Simon Leach. From News 91.

Broadcast history

03 Apr 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Simon Leach (Speaker)

Elizabeth Mcintyre (Speaker)

Richard Farmer (Speaker)

Aidan Walsh (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 703966

Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 September 199119910903

Next in series: 19 September 1991

Previous in series: 20 August 1991

Description

SBH:Report on Thames TV programme about the hanging of Derek Bentley. Incl. act. of Christopher Craig insisting that Bentley never said ""Let him have it"", act. re-enactments and comment from Iris Bentley. Reporter: Mark Whittaker. From News 91. (CREDIT THAMES TV).

Broadcast history

03 Sep 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Mark Whittaker (Speaker)

Iris Bentley (Speaker)

Christopher Craig (Speaker)

Christopher Dee (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 567100

Programme Catalogue - Details: 04 June 199119910604

Next in series: 19 June 1991

Previous in series: 29 April 1991

Description

SBH:Anthony Hopkins interviewed about his role in 'The Silence Of the Lambs' with comments from members of the public and extracts from the film. Interviewer: Peter Bowes. From News 91.

Broadcast history

04 Jun 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Peter Bowes (int)

Anthony Hopkins (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 551424

Programme Catalogue - Details: 07 October 199119911007

Next in series: 14 October 1991

Previous in series: 19 September 1991

Description

SBH:Life on the Meadowell Estate after the riot. Incl. ints. with residents and community workers. Interviewer: Peter Bowes. From News Ninety One.

Broadcast history

07 Oct 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Peter Bowes (int)

Robert Key (Speaker)

David Peel (Speaker)

Margaret Nolan (Speaker)

Linda Craig (Speaker)

David Corky (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 605940

Programme Catalogue - Details: 08 November 199119911108

Next in series: 10 December 1991

Previous in series: 31 October 1991

Description

SBH:Magic Johnson, American basketball player, announces his retirement after being diagnosed HIV+. Includes exts. from his press conference. From News 91.

PRE:Johnson: is retiring immediately because he's HIV+. Fans: people are shocked and saddened. Act. Chicago basketball game. Johnson: will be spokesman for save sex. Stern: Johnson can find something positive out of a terrible situation. Cooper: hopes Johnson can still help the team from the sidelines. Futterman: the entire nation is shocked that Johnson will never play again. Johnson: this is another challenge for him. TXN/TDT:R1 08-Nov-1991

Broadcast history

08 Nov 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Steve Futterman (Speaker)

Magic Johnson (Speaker)

David Stern (Speaker)

Melanie Fanstone (Speaker)

Michael Cooper (basketball coach (spkr)) (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 580271

Programme Catalogue - Details: 10 December 199119911210

Next in series: 19 December 1991

Previous in series: 08 November 1991

Description

SBH:Report of at least five deaths in numerous crashes occurring on motorways in freezing fog conditions. Actuality of police and drivers involved in accidents. Reporter: Richard Evans. From: News 91.

PRE:Act: Police radio. Evans: reports of numerous accidents and pile-ups in freezing fog across the country. Act: Policeman organising help for woman trapped in car. Morrell: describes careless driving by other motorists which led to accident. Unnamed driver describes losing control of car in icy conditions and trying to avoid lethal accident. OTN:CLN150/91VF5043 TXN/TDT:R1 10-Dec-1991

Broadcast history

10 Dec 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Richard Evans (Speaker)

Richard Morrell (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 649372

Programme Catalogue - Details: 11 April 199119910411

Next in series: 12 April 1991

Previous in series: 04 April 1991

Description

SBH:Feature on the boom in the sale of psycho-active food and drinks like Guarana. Reporter: Simon Leach. From: News 91.

Broadcast history

11 Apr 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Simon Leach (int)

Tom Sanders (Speaker)

Titan Ballou (Speaker)

Jenny Hayns (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 628770

Programme Catalogue - Details: 12 April 199119910412

Next in series: 15 April 1991

Previous in series: 11 April 1991

Description

SBH:New survey reveals many young girls feel they need to diet. Incl. comments from girls and boys and agony uncle Philip Hodson. Reporter: Jilly Parton. From News 91.

PRE:Hill: survey showed that some young girls are under-eating because of dieting. 50% of girls surveyed were of normal weight so didn't need to diet. Hudson: everybody on 'Neighbours' is below average weight and have model figures. Reads out letter from 9-year-old worried about having anorexia. Girls: is 10. Would like to be thinner. Would like thinner stomach. Hill: boys have a different stereotype. Boys: would like to be taller and bigger. Too skinny. Hodson: should say no to food occasionally. TXN/TDT:R1 12-Apr-1991

Broadcast history

12 Apr 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Jilly Parton (int)

Philip Hodson (Speaker)

Andrew Hill (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 630609

Programme Catalogue - Details: 14 October 199119911014

Producer: M. GANDON

Next in series: 18 October 1991

Previous in series: 07 October 1991

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Subject Categories

current affairs programmes (genre)

fashion

women's clothes

models (photography)

Broadcast history

14 Oct 1991 17:30-18:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Jilly Parton

Allan Robb

Mike Gandon (Producer)

Helen Storey (Speaker)

Arabella Pollen (Speaker)

John Richmond (fashion designer (spkr)) (Speaker)

Tamas Shtavaskee (Speaker)

Roland Kline (Speaker)

Carol White (model agency (spkr)) (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: 15 April 199119910415

Producer: M. GANDON

Next in series: 29 April 1991

Previous in series: 12 April 1991

Description

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Subject Categories

current affairs programmes (genre)

lynx (pressure group)

advertising campaigns

Broadcast history

15 Apr 1991 17:30-18:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Peter Bowes

Sybil Ruscoe

Simon Leach (int)

Mike Gandon (Producer)

Linda Mccartney (Speaker)

David Wilkins (Speaker)

Carol Mckenna (Speaker)

Michael Hockley (Speaker)

Henri Kleiman (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: 18 October 199119911018

Next in series: 28 October 1991

Previous in series: 14 October 1991

Description

SBH:Unnamed British mercenary fighting on Croatian side against Federal Army interviewed by Jonathan Burchill.

PRE:Came to Yugoslavia because of what was on TV and in newspapers - believed people had ""a cause"" and wanted democracy. Was in British Army parachute regiment for 8 years. Croats say they're fighting Serbs but they're fighting the Federal Army - Croats have ""big hearts and big souls"". Not here for the money but for ""the soldiering aspect"". TXN/TDT:R1 18-Oct-1991 CON:BURCHILL Jonathan (int)

Broadcast history

18 Oct 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Jonathan Burchill (int)

Notes: CAIRS 436745

Programme Catalogue - Details: 19 December 199119911219

Previous in series: 10 December 1991

Description

SBH:The first government review of sport for 16 years is published - act. of launch and various interviews. Refs. to selling off of school playing fields. From News 91.

PRE:Ruscoe: introduction Atkins: government are putting 3 million for sponsoring grass roots sport. Lawson: councils need proceeds from selling off of playing fields. Beattie: selling off of playing fields can bebefit schools. Lawson: is potty to add another layer of bureaucracy. Atkins: Prime Minister John major is very keen on sport. TXN/TDT:R1 19-Dec-1991

Broadcast history

19 Dec 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Sybil Ruscoe (Speaker)

Peter Lawson (Speaker)

Robert Atkins (Speaker)

Melanie Fanstone (Speaker)

Nick Beattie (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 699966

Programme Catalogue - Details: 19 June 199119910619

Next in series: 25 June 1991

Previous in series: 04 June 1991

Description

SBH:Select Committee recommends that most animals should go to Whipsnade, and Regent's Park site become a conservation centre. Reporter: Alan Little. From News '91.

PRE:Little: Committee recommends most animals go to Whipsnade, and London Zoo become a conservation centre. Jones: need government money for any changes. Rossi: government would look at new proposals. OTN:CLN125/91VF2553 TXN/TDT:R1 19-Jun-1991 CON:LITTLE Alan (spkr) JONES David (spkr)...Dir. Royal Zoological Soc. ROSSI Hugh, Sir (spkr)....Committee Chairman

Broadcast history

19 Jun 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

David Jones (Speaker)

Hugh Rossi (Speaker)

Alan Little (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 326467

Programme Catalogue - Details: 19 September 199119910919

Producer: M. SANDELL

Next in series: 07 October 1991

Previous in series: 03 September 1991

Description

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Subject Categories

current affairs programmes (genre)

bravery (ethics)

bravery awards

animals (zoology)

dogs

Broadcast history

19 Sep 1991 17:30-18:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Melanie Fanstone (int)

Mark Sandell (Producer)

Jilly Cooper (Speaker)

Darren Swift (Speaker)

Melanie Pratts (Speaker)

Cherie Thomas (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: 20 August 199119910820

Next in series: 03 September 1991

Previous in series: 25 June 1991

Description

SBH:Gay campaigners comment on the growth of gay militancy. Incl. ref. to controversial policy of ""outing"". Reporter: Maggie Sheils. From News Ninety One.

Broadcast history

20 Aug 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Maggie Sheils (int)

Peter Tatchell (Speaker)

Nick Partridge (Speaker)

Derek Jarman (Speaker)

Jimmy Somerville (Speaker)

Lisa Power (Speaker)

Paul Burston (Speaker)

Ben Somerskill (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 524477

Programme Catalogue - Details: 25 June 199119910625

Next in series: 20 August 1991

Previous in series: 19 June 1991

Description

SBH:Item on complaints about the 0898 telephone `chatlines'. With act. warning and users.

PRE:Callers spend 4 million pounds a week on 0948 lines - 5 million calls. Act. chatline. Lines monitored. Problems with bills, which mount up quickly. Children often responsible. Parents have to understand that their children can also call pornographic lines. These often change use - eg from `Dial a Duck' to sex talk. Act. warning about possible offence. TXN/TDT:R1 25-Jun-1991

Broadcast history

25 Jun 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Louis Blom-Cooper (Speaker)

Alan Little (Speaker)

John Bailey (Speaker)

Valerie Howarth (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 344946

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 January 199119910128

Producer: M. GANDON

Next in series: 29 January 1991

Broadcast history

28 Jan 1991 17:30-18:00 (RADIO 1)

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 October 199119911028

Producer: M. GANDON

Next in series: 31 October 1991

Previous in series: 18 October 1991

Description

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Subject Categories

current affairs programmes (genre)

standards (quality)

hairdressing

hairdressing mistakes

Broadcast history

28 Oct 1991 17:30-18:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Sybil Ruscoe

Maggie Shiels (int)

Melanie Fanstone (int)

Mike Gandon (Producer)

John Byrne (hairdressing council (spkr)) (Speaker)

Nigel Sillis (Speaker)

Elma Ross (Speaker)

Hayley Brambles (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 April 199119910429

Next in series: 04 June 1991

Previous in series: 15 April 1991

Description

SBH:Hunt for missing Oxford student Rachel McLean. Incl. act. of her boyfriend John Tanner appealing for her to contact the police. Reporter: Peter Bowes. From News 91.

PRE:Bowes: McLean last seen at Oxford Station. Bound: no reason why Rachel should have disappeared - concerned for her safety. Catherill: students shocked, surprised and worried. Members of the public: very rare in Oxford. Cause for concern. Violence in Oxford. 1'47"" in - Act. Tanner: Rachel did things like walking home alone at night that worried him. Catherill: not an atmosphere of fear in the University. 2'55"" in - Act. Tanner: would like Rachel to contact either her family or the police. TXN/TDT:R1 29-Apr-1991

Broadcast history

29 Apr 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Peter Bowes (Speaker)

John Bound (Speaker)

John Tanner (Speaker)

Jonathan Catherill (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 565754

Programme Catalogue - Details: 29 January 199119910129

Next in series: 30 January 1991

Previous in series: 28 January 1991

Description

SBH:Gordon Logan talks about the jackets he makes to keep lambs warm. Comment from farmer Ken Wriggle. Act. lamb bleating. Link: Mark Whittaker.

PRE:Lamb bleating throughout. Logan: describes heat reflecting jackets for lambs. Wriggle: worries jackets might interfere with ewe smelling her lamb. Logan: intended for cold areas like Welsh hills. OTN:CLN105/91VF0543 TXN/TDT:R1 29-Jan-1991 CON:WHITTAKER Mark (spkr) LOGAN Gordon (spkr) WRIGGLE Ken (spkr)

Broadcast history

29 Jan 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Mark Whittaker (Speaker)

Gordon Logan (Speaker)

Ken Wriggle (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 355504

Programme Catalogue - Details: 30 January 199119910130

Next in series: 30 January 1991

Previous in series: 29 January 1991

Description

SBH:Gulf War - comments from British children and teachers. Interviewer: Danny Shaw. Reporter: Sybil Ruscoe. From News 91.

PRE:Children: War grows too big. Some thought they were threatened, then saw map showing how far away they are. Clare: children have relatives involved. Answers their questions fairly. Children: Uncle Mike there. Very sad, he might get killed. He's worried about people he's bombing. McAvoy: increased taunting of coloured children. Children: they're people like us. TXN/TDT:R1 30-Jan-1991 CON:RUSCOE Sybil (spkr) SHAW Danny (int) CLARE Charles (spkr) McAVOY Doug (spkr)... President of N.U.T.

Broadcast history

30 Jan 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Danny Shaw (int)

Doug Mcavoy (Speaker)

Sybil Ruscoe (Speaker)

Charles Clare (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 389288

Programme Catalogue - Details: 31 October 199119911031

Next in series: 31 October 1991

Previous in series: 28 October 1991

Description

SBH:Residents in Toxteth barricade a street after 12-year-old Adele Thompson killed by joy-riders. Incl. appeal by Adele's aunt and comments from residents. Reporter: Mallary Gelb. From News 91.

PRE:Gelb: how Adele Thompson was killed by a joy-rider. Pat Thompson: plea to car driver to come forward. Anybody who's thinking of taking a car should think before ruining people's lives. Speakman: people shouldn't protect joy-riders. Should protect children. Coffey: barricaded street to stop stolen cars. Knew something like this would happen. Roberts: whole community very upset. Pat Thompson: what can joy-riders get from ruining people's lives. TXN/TDT:R1 31-Oct-1991

Broadcast history

31 Oct 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 1)

Contributors

Mallary Gelb (Speaker)

Pat Thompson (Speaker)

Alan Roberts (Speaker)

Mike Speakman (Speaker)

Florence Coffey (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 605995

Next in series: 08 November 1991

Previous in series: 31 October 1991

SBH:The problem of sexual harassment. Incl. ints. with victims. Interviewer: Maggie Shiels. From News 91.

Maggie Shiels (int)

Donna Covey (Speaker)

Jane White (Speaker)

Louise Noakes (Speaker)

Anne Barnes (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 646725

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 1