SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
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Description
197D01Melanie And Esther19971211A six-part series giving an insight into people's lives.
1: `Melanie and Esther's Story'.
When seven-year-old Esther Harris was admitted to hospital with a brain tumour which was diagnosed late, her mother had a tape recorder in her bag and recorded an impromptu diary of events over an intense few days.
Nominated for a Sony Award earlier this year.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Kicking Off The Dream19900104Producer: P. SLATER
Next in series: THE BEAT GOES ON
Previous in series: A TASTE OF BRITAIN
Description
SBH:Soundtrack - Kicking Off The Dream - features the staff, players, members and supporters of Oldham Athletic F.C. as they prepare for the start of the new season in Division Two.
PRE: Reel 1 (27'10"): preparations for the season. Commercial backing. Fans memories. Problems with injuries. Signing of Rick Holden. Reel 2 (11'48"): preparations on day of first game of season (against Blackburn Rovers). Acts. and reports from the match. Oldham lose 1-0. Reactions after match. OTN:TMR951/89HF3119 TXN/TDT:R4 04-Jan-1990
Broadcast history
04 Jan 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Peter Slater (Producer)
Joe Royle (Speaker)
Ian Stott (Speaker)
Andy Ritchie (Speaker)
Alan Hardy (Speaker)
Rick Holden (Speaker)
Andy Holden (Speaker)
Ian Liversedge (Speaker)
Neil Davis (Speaker)
Jon Hallworth (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 560288.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: The Beat Goes On19900111Producer: C. MAHONEY
Next in series: SCHOOL FOR DETECTIVES
Previous in series: KICKING OFF THE DREAM
Broadcast history
11 Jan 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
Recorded on 1989-12-20.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: School For Detectives19900118Producer: B. KING
Next in series: WHISPERS ON THE WIND
Previous in series: THE BEAT GOES ON
Description
SBH:School For Detectives - A montage documentary following a course for detectives at the police training college in Brimingham. Incl. advice on treatment of rape victims; interviewing techniques & mock murder investigation. Producer: Brian King.
Broadcast history
18 Jan 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Brian King (Producer)
Kelvin Roberts (Speaker)
Hugh Owen (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 453323.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Whispers On The Wind19900201Producer: C. PALING
Notes: MASTER INDEXED BY SOUND ARCHIVES (MP) DO NOT EDIT.
Next in series: SEVEN DAYS IN STANLEY
Previous in series: SCHOOL FOR DETECTIVES
Description
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Subject Categories
day in the life documentaries (genre)
lewes prison (sussex)
writers
Broadcast history
01 Feb 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
24 Jan 1991 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Chris Paling (Producer)
Stephen Plaice (Speaker)
Recorded on 1990-01-22.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Seven Days In Stanley19900207Next in series: SHOOTERS
Previous in series: WHISPERS ON THE WIND
Description
SBH:Seven Days in Stanley: three women who lost a husband or son in the Falklands conflict travel to the South Atlantic to face the people, the places, and their own grief. Includes act. with islanders talking of their own experiences; recollection of premonition of death.
Broadcast history
07 Feb 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Robert Dent (Speaker)
Olive Francis (Speaker)
Cathy Dent (Speaker)
Joyce Osborne (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 468426.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Shooters19900208Producer: A. PARFITT
Next in series: STOP-OFF
Previous in series: SEVEN DAYS IN STANLEY
Description
SBH:A montage documentary looking at the use of firearms in Britain. Incl. comments from a gamekeeper, members of a gun club, West Midlands Police Firearms Unit, a bank robber & a security guard. With act. of shooting & firearms training. Presenter: Nick Baker. Producer: Andrew Parfitt.
Broadcast history
08 Feb 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Andrew Parfitt (Producer)
Nick Baker (Speaker)
Peter Waddington (Speaker)
Keith Basset (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 490467.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Stop19900215-OFF
Producer: S. ELMES
Next in series: TURNING THE SEASONS
Previous in series: SHOOTERS
Description
SBH:Soundtrack - Stop-Off. A sound picture depicting 24 hours at Aust Motorway Service Area on the M4 by Severn Bridge. Presented and written by Phil Smith. Incl. interviews with staff and patrons of the service area and Severn Bridge tollkeepers. Produced by Simon Elmes.
Broadcast history
15 Feb 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
13 Aug 1990 11:02-11:40 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Simon Elmes (Producer)
Phil Smith (Speaker)
Paul Salisbury (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 685921.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Turning The Seasons19900222Next in series: OFF TO SEE UNCLE
Previous in series: STOP-OFF
Description
SBH:A montage documentary about the celebrations taking place at Stonehenge to mark the autumn equinox. Incl. travellers talking about the meaning of Stonehenge to them & act. of ceremonies taking place at the stones. Presenter: Tim Malyon. Producer: Nigel Acheson.
Broadcast history
22 Feb 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Nigel Acheson (Producer)
Stephen Andrews (Speaker)
Tim Malyon (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 472204.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Off To See Uncle19900301Producer: K. MAHONEY
Next in series: KATIE AND HER PEOPLE
Previous in series: TURNING THE SEASONS
Description
SBH:Pawnbrokers - montage feature of interviews & actuality recordings. Includes present day transactions; memories of the old days.
PRE:Reel 1 (23'39"); Reel 2 (15'07") OTN:SLN008/89HF3123 TXN/TDT:R4 01-Mar-1990 CON:MCCRAE Norma (spkr) BILKUS Michael (spkr) FINE David (spkr) DUFFORT Jose (spkr) LAIDLAW Tracey (spkr)
Broadcast history
01 Mar 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
06 Aug 1990 11:02-11:40 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
David Fine (Speaker)
Michael Bilkus (Speaker)
Jose Duffort (Speaker)
Tracey Laidlaw (Speaker)
Norma Mccrae (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 443954.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Katie And Her People19900308Producer: S. BANOFF
Next in series: ON THE OUT
Previous in series: OFF TO SEE UNCLE
Description
SBH:Soundtrack - KATIE AND HER PEOPLE. Jean Snedegar talked to 'Katie', a respected and successful professional, who is slowly escaping from her multiple personality with 10 distinctive identities. Inc. ints. with psychiatrist & act. of therapy sessions. Producer: Sharon Banoff (NOT TO BE B'CAST IN U.S.A. WITHOUT REF. TO PROD.).
Broadcast history
08 Mar 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
23 Jul 1990 11:02-11:40 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Jean Snedegar (int)
Notes: CAIRS 463918.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Blood Brothers19900311First broadcast on 1989-03-02
Producer: S. BANOFF
Next in series: SOUTHSIDE STORY
Previous in series: REMANDED FOR REPORT
Broadcast history
02 Mar 1989 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
11 Mar 1990 16:02-16:40 (RADIO 4)
Recorded on 1989-02-27.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Animal Hospital19900318First broadcast on 1989-02-09
Producer: PRODUCER UNKNOWN
Next in series: FIRST TERM
Previous in series: KINCOCH-WHERE
Description
SBH:A day with the staff, students & patients (& their owners) at the Animal Hospital of Bristol University. Interviewer: Debbie Thrower.
Broadcast history
09 Feb 1989 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
18 Mar 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Debbie Thrower (int)
Notes: CAIRS 317733.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Remanded For Report19900325First broadcast on 1989-02-23
Producer: P. EVERETT
Next in series: BLOOD BROTHERS
Previous in series: FIRST TERM
Description
SBH:Remanded For Report - a sound picture of the work of an inner-city probation officer. Producer: Peter Everett.
Broadcast history
23 Feb 1989 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
25 Mar 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Peter Everett (Producer)
Steve Walker (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 401811.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Living Memory19900401First broadcast on 1989-03-16
Producer: PRODUCER UNKNOWN
Next in series: A TASTE OF BRITAIN
Previous in series: SOUTHSIDE STORY
Description
SBH:Living Memory - A montage documentary about the experience of the Irish who came to Britain in the 1920's and 1930's partly told in performance by the Age Exchange Theatre Company & partly by the people themselves. Producer: Jean Snedegar.
Broadcast history
16 Mar 1989 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
01 Apr 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Denise Hirst (Actor)
Donal Cox (Actor)
Mandy Mcilwaine (Actor)
Ormonde Waters (mus)
Jean Snedegar (Producer)
Pam Schweitzer (Speaker)
Michael Brazil (Speaker)
Christina Panment (Speaker)
Josie Machin (Speaker)
John Munnally (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 529134.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Southside Story19900408First broadcast on 1989-03-09
Producer: J. MAHONEY
Next in series: LIVING MEMORY
Previous in series: BLOOD BROTHERS
Description
SBH:Southside Story - A montage documentary about the work of Southside, a Children's Society home for runaway young people, with act. of young people talking about their problems & why they had to leave home. Producer: Cathie Mahoney.
Broadcast history
09 Mar 1989 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
08 Apr 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Simon Lockyer (Speaker)
Jane Osbourne (Speaker)
Penny Littleboy (Speaker)
Sammy Faulder (Speaker)
Paula Darragh (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 525791.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: A Taste Of Britain19900415First broadcast on 1989-03-23
Producer: C. DRYSDALE
Next in series: KICKING OFF THE DREAM
Previous in series: LIVING MEMORY
Description
SBH:A Taste of Britain - The reactions of a coach party of American tourists as they take a 6-day tour of England, Scotland & Wales. Presenter: Andy Kershaw. Producer: Cathy Drysdale.
Broadcast history
23 Mar 1989 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
15 Apr 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Cathy Drysdale (Producer)
Andy Kershaw (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 424754.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Katie And Her People19900723First broadcast on 1990-03-08
Producer: S. BANOFF
Next in series: ON THE OUT
Previous in series: OFF TO SEE UNCLE
Description
SBH:Soundtrack - KATIE AND HER PEOPLE. Jean Snedegar talked to 'Katie', a respected and successful professional, who is slowly escaping from her multiple personality with 10 distinctive identities. Inc. ints. with psychiatrist & act. of therapy sessions. Producer: Sharon Banoff (NOT TO BE B'CAST IN U.S.A. WITHOUT REF. TO PROD.).
Broadcast history
08 Mar 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
23 Jul 1990 11:02-11:40 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Jean Snedegar (int)
Notes: CAIRS 463918.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Off To See Uncle19900806First broadcast on 1990-03-01
Producer: K. MAHONEY
Next in series: KATIE AND HER PEOPLE
Previous in series: TURNING THE SEASONS
Description
SBH:Pawnbrokers - montage feature of interviews & actuality recordings. Includes present day transactions; memories of the old days.
PRE:Reel 1 (23'39"); Reel 2 (15'07") OTN:SLN008/89HF3123 TXN/TDT:R4 01-Mar-1990 CON:MCCRAE Norma (spkr) BILKUS Michael (spkr) FINE David (spkr) DUFFORT Jose (spkr) LAIDLAW Tracey (spkr)
Broadcast history
01 Mar 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
06 Aug 1990 11:02-11:40 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
David Fine (Speaker)
Michael Bilkus (Speaker)
Jose Duffort (Speaker)
Tracey Laidlaw (Speaker)
Norma Mccrae (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 443954.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Stop19900813-OFF
First broadcast on 1990-02-15
Producer: S. ELMES
Next in series: TURNING THE SEASONS
Previous in series: SHOOTERS
Description
SBH:Soundtrack - Stop-Off. A sound picture depicting 24 hours at Aust Motorway Service Area on the M4 by Severn Bridge. Presented and written by Phil Smith. Incl. interviews with staff and patrons of the service area and Severn Bridge tollkeepers. Produced by Simon Elmes.
Broadcast history
15 Feb 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
13 Aug 1990 11:02-11:40 (RADIO 4)
Contributors
Simon Elmes (Producer)
Phil Smith (Speaker)
Paul Salisbury (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 685921.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Atatat19911104Producer: SIAN RHIANNON
Next in series: ATATAT
Previous in series: WARTHOGS OVER WOODBRIDGE
Broadcast history
04 Nov 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 3)
Recorded on 1991-09-26.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Atatat19911111Producer: SIAN RHIANNON
Next in series: ATATAT
Previous in series: ATATAT
Broadcast history
11 Nov 1991 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 3)
Recorded on 1991-09-26.
  Programme Catalogue - Details: Mangala's Story19960208First broadcast on 1995-03-30
Producer: J. HATWOOD
Next in series: ME AND MY PRO
Previous in series: THE LIGHT AND THE DARKNESS WAR
Broadcast history
30 Mar 1995 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
08 Feb 1996 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)
Recorded on 1995-03-13.
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910131] The first of ten graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
On the Out
Release is often as traumatic as imprisonment for the long-term prisoner. Armed robber John Williams completed his ninth prison sentence last September after serving seven-and-a-half years. Today's programme follows him during the first months of his freedom.
Producer Chris Paling. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Williams
Producer: Chris Paling.
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910207] A series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
Seven Days in Stanley Three women with one thing in common - they each lost a husband or son in the Falklands War.
They travel to the South Atlantic to face the people, the places - and their own grief. Producer Guy Smith Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910214] A series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
Sisters under the Skin
When Terry finishes work, his 'sister' Janett appears, dressed in smart casuals and pearls. Ken and his wife share their lives with Jill - tall and blonde but with Ken's humour and smile.
The transvestite world is secretive, but not closed. The programe joins them on a 'harmony' weekend by the sea.
Reporter Jean Snedegar. Producer Sharon Banoff. Stereo

Contributors

Reporter: Jean Snedegar.
Producer: Sharon Banoff.
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910221] A series of graphic features exploring contemporary life in Britain.
Comeovers, Stopovers and Manx Crabs
During the past five years, the Isle of Man has been invaded by the finance sector. Office blocks have elbowed out boarding houses; the wine bar has replaced the 'comer caff'. In this portrait of a changed community, the different groups of people now living on the island reflect on a clash of values.
Reporter Gill Birchall.
Producer Joy Hatwood. Stereo

Contributors

Reporter: Gill Birchall.
Producer: Joy Hatwood.
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910228] A series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
Go Down in Legend
Every child looks forward to that first trip abroad. When Michael Rosen escorted pupils from an east London school to
Paris, they met their first Europeans, spoke their first French, and performed for Go Down in Legend, a multi-cultural festival celebrating modern myths and fables.
Reporter: Jill Burridge. Producer Cathie Mahoney Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Rosen
Reporter: Jill Burridge.
Producer: Cathie Mahoney
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910307] A series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
Letting Go
Sara Parker meets the Whitear family who face major changes as 89-year-old Nan leaves the family home for sheltered accommodation.
Producer Cathy Drysdale. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Sara Parker
Producer: Cathy Drysdale.
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910314] A series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
You Are Feeling Sleepy Close your eyes, relax, and fall back into the surreal world of stage hypnosis - where onions taste like apples, and the laughing men in the audience on a Sunday night in Barnsley are as naked as the day they were born.
Interviewer Nick Baker.
Producer Nigel Acheson Stereo

Contributors

Interviewer: Nick Baker.
Producer: Nigel Acheson
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910321] A series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
Last of the Great
Landladies
Hundreds of old friends packed the public bar as Winnie Sexton called time for the very last time at her pub in Brighton.
Respected by the rougher element and renowned for her legendary kindness, she has spent 50 years behind the bar mixing Christianity and exotic travel, opera and gin. Producers Peter Hoare and Andrew Johnston. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Winnie Sexton
Producers: Peter Hoare
Producers: Andrew Johnston.
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910328] A series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
A House By the Sea
Seven strangers united by a history of emotional distress now share a house run by the Fellowship Charitable
Foundation, where there is mutual support and encouragement as they rebuild their lives.
Producer Chris Paling. Stereo

Contributors

Producer: Chris Paling.
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19910404] The last in a series of graphic features reflecting contemporary life in Britain.
Warthogs over Woodbridge
Ninety miles north-east of London, in rural east Suffolk, a community of 4,500 Americans live near the inhabitants of Woodbridge. RAF
Bentwaters is home to the USAF 81st Tactical
Fighter Wing and, during the Gulf War, reporter Pat Rowe spent a week there, with the men and women whose lives cei i e on one thing - keeping the 'Warthogs' flying. Producer Nick Patrick. Stereo

Contributors

Reporter: Pat Rowe
Producer: Nick Patrick.
 
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920213] Another series of evocative features reflecting life today. The Road to Barlad Missed ferries, border delays and a near riot - not what a group from a Hampshire pub had expected when they set out on their own mercy mission to a Romanian orphanage. Frustrated and exhausted by the experience, some of the group started to question the usefulness of the whole exercise. Reporter John Dryden. Producer John Watkins. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920220] Bouncing Back The bouncer is bouncing back - but he is now called a door supervisor. He still weighs over 16 stone and wears a bow tie; he may even have a criminal record; but he now has to attend a weekly course, to work the doors in Derby. Nick Baker joins a group of bouncers (sorry, door supervisors) as they mug up for their final exam. Producer Sarah Rowlands. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920227] Blitz Kids A group of Norfolk children set off for a weekend of wartime Britain: their transport's been blown up, Vera Lynn 's on the wireless, the nit-nurse is waiting, and there's vinegar cake for tea. As they relax, an air-raid starts, and it's down to the shelter to drown the sound of bombs - this is "living history". Reporter Neil Walker. Producer Sharon Banoff
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920305] MrSpragginsand the Agency It's a busy morning at the office of Able Care in Norwich. They arrange live-in help for people on their own. One of their clients is 94-year-old Mr Spraggins , MBE. His "new lady" is expected any minute.... Reporter Neil Walker. Producer Joy Hatwood Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920312] On the Out Release is often as traumatic as imprisonment for the long-term prisoner. Armed robber John Williams completed his ninth prison sentence in September 1990 after serving seven and a half years. Soundtrack follows him through the first months of his freedom. Producer Chris Paling Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920319] If I Could Talk to the Animals Helen finds solace in the company of a koala at London Zoo at least once a week. George has been visiting an orang utan for 30 years, and for keeper Brian, "elephants always come first". The zoo is a shrine where many go to worship, to learn, or to simply talk to the animals - and at times the animals seem to be talking back. Reporter John Dryden. Producer Chris Paling. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920326] Jason and the Thunderbirds Escape is all that Jason craves. Screwtop wine and casual sex are the instant answer. The weekend is all and Jason "goes for it" ... If there are women prepared to give, fair enough - he'll take it! Producer Mairi Russell. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920402] Mr Spraggins and the Agency It's a busy morning at the office of Able Care in Norwich. They arrange live-in help for people on their own. One of their clients is 94-year-old Mr Spraggins , MBE, who is expecting his "new lady" any minute.... Reporter Neil Walker. Producer Joy Hatwood. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920409] The Second Coming? Miraculous visions, healings, uncanny predictions - all are part of the curious world of Benjamin Creme. Mick Brown goes in search of the new Messiah. Producer Cathie Mahoney Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920505] 7 Days in Stanley
Three women, who each lost a husband or son in the Falklands War, travel to the South Atlantic to face their own grief. Producer Guy Smith Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920512] Sisters Under the Skin The transvestite world is secretive, but not closed. This programme follows "Janett" and "Jill" (alias Terry and Ken) on a "harmony" weekend by the sea. Reporter Jean Snedegar. Producer Sharon Banoff Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920519] A House By the Sea Seven strangers united by a common history of emotional distress - and now a common lifestyle. The house, one of a network run by the Fellowship Charitable Foundation, provides sanctuary for months or years. Inside the residents try to rebuild their lives. Producer Chris Paling. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920526] The Road to Barlad Missed ferries, border delays and a near riot - not what a group from a Hampshire pub expected when they set out on their own mercy mission to a Romanian orphanage. Reporter John Dryden.
Producer John Watkins. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920602] Bouncing Back The bouncer is bouncing back - but he is now called a door supervisor. He still weighs over 16 stone and wears a bow tie; he may even have a criminal record; but he now has to attend a weekly course, to work the doors in Derby. Nick Baker joins a group of bouncers (sorry, door supervisors), as they mug up for their final exam. Producer Sarah Rowlands Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920609] If I Could Talk to the Animals Helen finds solace in the company of a koala at London Zoo at least once a week. George has been visiting an orang utan for thirty years, and for keeper Brian "elephants always come first". The zoo is a shrine where many go to worship, to learn, or simply to talk to the animals - and at times the animals seem to be talking back. Reporter John Dryden. Producer Chris Paling Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920616] Jason and the Thunderbirds
Escape is all that Jason craves. Screwtop wine and casual sex are the instant answer. The weekend is all and Jason goes for it ... If there are women prepared to give - fair enough - he'll take it!
Producer Main Russell. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920623] Mr Spraggins and the Agency It's a busy morning at the office of Able Care in Norwich. They arrange live-in help for people on their own. One client is 94-year-old Mr Spraggins , MBE, who is expecting his "new lady" any minute. Reporter Neil Walker Producer Joy Hatwood. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19920630] The Second Coming? Miraculous visions, healings, uncanny predictions - all are part of the curious world of Benjamin Creme. Mick Brown goes in search of the new Messiah. Producer Cathie Mahoney Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930128] The return of the wide-ranging documentary series. "Yes, we do have a Swedish au pair actually" Each year hundreds of Swedish girls arrive in Britain to live with families they've never met. Never quite servants but not quite family either, they have become an integral part of middle-class life. This is the story of one such girl, Suzanne Johansson.
Reporter Nick Baker. Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930204] The wide-ranging series of contemporary documentaries.
Zero Grazing
Uganda is the first African country to acknowledge that it has an Aids epidemic. The chilling fact is that today at least one in eight of the population is believed to be infected with HIV. Journalist
Joel Kibazo visits his homeland to discover the effects of the virus on his family, his friends and the Ugandan way of life.
Producer Jean Snedegar Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930211] Courtship in the Country
The days of the matchmaking village hop are long gone in most country areas. Life can be lonely if you're single with only the cows for company. Then you see an ad for
Britain's only rural dating agency ... Christine signs on and so does Norman.
Reporter Jennifer Holden follows their fortunes.
Producer Joy Hatwood. Stereo
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930218] A New Home for Scottie
When a young rear-gunner was shot down in 1942, his friend Lil inherited his toy Scottie dog with flashing eyes. Fifty years on, Lil, Scottie and a group of Bermondsey pensioners went to Hamburg to talk to German pensioners.
When Lil offered Scottie to her German host as a gesture of reconciliation, she didn't know what response she'd get.
Reporter Teresa Watkins. Producer John Watkins
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930225] The English New Yorker
Paula Roberts is an ambitious, quintessentially English woman. She knew her destiny was to go to
America, and she now has her own TV show. Paula is psychic, but will all her dreams come true?
Reporter John Dryden. Producer Cathie Mahoney
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930304] The Bill for Service
Policemen and women talk about the price they have paid, in terms of their mental and physical health, for their public service work in dealing with large-scale disasters and everyday road accidents and suicides. Some have turned to alcohol, others have even thought of suicide. Can new psychological debriefing techniques prevent the trauma, save the sick bills and revolutionise "macho" police culture?
Producer Rachel Yorke
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930311] End of the Road
A group of sixth-formers are let loose with a video during the building of a new motorway. Will the pupils finish their project or will the squabbles and romances hold more fascination than the view through the lens?
Reporter John Dryden. Producer Mary Sharp
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930318] Tales from the Edge Lome House in Hackney provides sanctuary for young drug and alcohol abusers trying to kick their habits. For the users, the first struggle is to accept the support of their fellow residents. Sara Parker follows the fortunes of Sevvy, Neil, Claire and Roger as they fight for a future by coming to terms with their past.
Producer Chris Paling
  Genome: [r4 Bd=19930325] The Making of Christine The last of the present series.
Christine's mother gave birth to a baby boy. But the child soon realised he was trapped in the wrong body. Years later, after marrying and fathering two children, he decided to put right what had been physically wrong. The ensuing operation was only the starting point. Reporter Jean Snedegar. Producer Sharon Banoff

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900104] contributors

  • Producer: Peter Slater.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900111] contributors

  • Producer: Cathie Mahoney

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900118] contributors

  • Producer: Brian King.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900125] contributors

  • Unknown: Martin Roberts
  • Producer: Martin Roberts

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900201] contributors

  • Unknown: Stephen Plaice
  • Producer: Chris Paling.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900208] contributors

  • Reporter: Nick Baker.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900215] contributors

  • Unknown: Phil Smith
  • Producer: Simon Elmes.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900222] contributors

  • Unknown: Tom Malyon
  • Producer: Nigel Acheson

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900301] contributors

  • Producer: Cathie Mahoney

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900308] contributors

  • Unknown: Jean Snedegar
  • Producer: Sharon Banoff

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900311] contributors

  • Unknown: Peter Nasmyth
  • Producer: Sharon Banoff

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900318] contributors

  • Unknown: Debbie Thrower.
  • Producer: Sharon Banoff

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900325] contributors

  • Unknown: Steve Walker
  • Reporter: Sue Talbot.
  • Producer: Peter Everett

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900401] contributors

  • Producer: Jean Snedegar

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900408] contributors

  • Producer: Cathie Mahoney

Genome:
[r4 bd=19900415] contributors

  • Unknown: Andy Kershaw
  • Producer: Cathy Drysdale

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910131] contributors

  • Unknown: John Williams
  • Producer: Chris Paling.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910214] contributors

  • Reporter: Jean Snedegar.
  • Producer: Sharon Banoff.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910221] contributors

  • Reporter: Gill Birchall.
  • Producer: Joy Hatwood.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910228] contributors

  • Unknown: Michael Rosen
  • Reporter: Jill Burridge.
  • Producer: Cathie Mahoney

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910307] contributors

  • Unknown: Sara Parker
  • Producer: Cathy Drysdale.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910314] contributors

  • Interviewer: Nick Baker.
  • Producer: Nigel Acheson

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910321] contributors

  • Unknown: Winnie Sexton
  • Producers: Peter Hoare
  • Producers: Andrew Johnston.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910328] contributors

  • Producer: Chris Paling.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19910404] contributors

  • Reporter: Pat Rowe
  • Producer: Nick Patrick.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920213] contributors

  • Reporter: John Dryden.
  • Producer: John Watkins.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920220] contributors

  • Producer: Sarah Rowlands.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920227] contributors

  • Unknown: Vera Lynn
  • Reporter: Neil Walker.
  • Producer: Sharon Banoff

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920305] contributors

  • Unknown: Mr Spraggins
  • Reporter: Neil Walker.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920312] contributors

  • Unknown: John Williams

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920319] contributors

  • Reporter: John Dryden.
  • Producer: Chris Paling.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920326] contributors

  • Producer: Mairi Russell.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920402] contributors

  • Unknown: Mr Spraggins
  • Unknown: Mr Spraggins
  • Reporter: Neil Walker.
  • Producer: Joy Hatwood.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920409] contributors

  • Unknown: Mick Brown
  • Producer: Cathie Mahoney

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920512] contributors

  • Reporter: Jean Snedegar.
  • Producer: Sharon Banoff

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920519] contributors

  • Producer: Chris Paling.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920526] contributors

  • Reporter: John Dryden.
  • Producer: John Watkins.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920602] contributors

  • Producer: Sarah Rowlands

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920609] contributors

  • Reporter: John Dryden.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920623] contributors

  • Unknown: Mr Spraggins
  • Unknown: Mr Spraggins
  • Reporter: Neil Walker
  • Producer: Joy Hatwood.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19920630] contributors

  • Unknown: Mick Brown
  • Producer: Cathie Mahoney

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930128] contributors

  • Unknown: Suzanne Johansson.
  • Reporter: Nick Baker.
  • Producer: Janet Lee.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930204] contributors

  • Unknown: Joel Kibazo
  • Producer: Jean Snedegar

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930211] contributors

  • Reporter: Jennifer Holden
  • Producer: Joy Hatwood.

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930218] contributors

  • Reporter: Teresa Watkins.
  • Producer: John Watkins

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930225] contributors

  • Unknown: Paula Roberts
  • Reporter: John Dryden.
  • Producer: Cathie Mahoney

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930304] contributors

  • Producer: Rachel Yorke

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930311] contributors

  • Reporter: John Dryden.
  • Producer: Mary Sharp

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930318] contributors

  • Unknown: Sara Parker

Genome:
[r4 bd=19930325] contributors

  • Reporter: Jean Snedegar.
  • Producer: Sharon Banoff

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