Your Place Or Mine?

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The first collaboration between UK and US radio documentary-makers in a series ofeightprogrammes.

1: Settling Sedona

In Sedona, Arizona, the New Age settlers are now at odds with the people who attracted them there - the Native Americans.

Producer Njemile Rollins Editor Sharon Banoff

Stereo

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Producer: Njemile Rollins

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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The first collaboration between UK and US radio documentary-makers: a series of eight programmes juxtaposing stories from Middle America and provincial Britain.

2: The Two Presidents

A row is raging at the University College of North Wales at Bangor. Reporter: John Dryden. Producer Chris Paling

Editor Sharon Banoff. Stereo

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Reporter: John Dryden.

Editor: Sharon Banoff.

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Eight programmes juxtaposing stories from Middle America and provincial Britain.

3: They Shall Take Up Serpents

In the Appalachian mountains, some have interpreted a passage of the Bible literally. Church services include the handling of poisonous snakes and the drinking of strychnine. But not all the community shares the faith and fervour of the serpent-handlers. One man has been to jail twice for stealing snakes to "save" his brother.

Producer David Isay for

Soundprint and American Public Radio

Editor Sharon Banoff. Stereo

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Producer: David Isay

Editor: Sharon Banoff.

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Eight stories from both sides of the Atlantic.

4: Handsworth Revolution

Handsworth, Birmingham. is a mix of people from many cultural and racial backgrounds. A spiritual "revolution" is now taking place, as growing numbers from these disparate groups unite under the banner of Islam.

Producer Tony Phillips

Editor Sharon Banoff. Stereo

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Producer: Tony Phillips

Editor: Sharon Banoff.

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Another chance to hear the first collaboration between UK and US radio documentary makers, juxtaposing stories from Middle America and provincial Britain. They Shall Take Up Serpents In the Appalachian mountains, some fundamentalist Christians have interpreted a passage of the Bible literally. Church services include the handling of poisonous snakes and the drinking of strychnine. Many have been bitten and some have died. But not everyone in this community shares the faith and fervour of the serpent-handlers. Producer David Isay for Soundprint and American Public Radio Editor Sharon Banoff

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Producer: David Isay

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Another chance to hear the first collaboration between UK and US radio documentary makers, juxtaposing stories from Middle America and provincial Britain. Stanley and the Union Stanley Hawksworth is an aristocrat of the Yorkshire textile industry and a member of one of the smallest and proudest trade unions. But just three months before his retirement, after 50 years at the same Cleckheaton mill, Stanley and his workmates got the sack. The fight for reinstatement turned the world of their close-knit community upside down. Reporter Jennifer Holden. Producer Joy Hatwood

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Reporter: Jennifer Holden.

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A collaboration between UK and US radio documentary makers, juxtaposing stories from Middle America and provincial Britain. Following David Duke In Louisiana, they sing his name and rush to shake his hand. He is David Duke , ex-Ku Klux Klansman , who lost his bid to be Governor, but remains a favoured son. How does this man, with remodelled face and views affect the nature of Southern racism? Producer Gary Covino for Soundprint and American Public Radio

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Unknown: David Duke

Unknown: Klux Klansman

Producer: Gary Covino

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A collaboration between documentary makers from five countries. Over the next ten weeks, programmes from Australia, America, Canada, Ireland and Britain. Stories which cross boundaries - of geography and generation.

1. Big Sisters. "Whatever the guys do we can do better. "On the streets of Chicago the girl gangs rule the patch. They are rough and tough, seeking power, friendship and "family".

Producer Ira Glass for Soundprint and National Public

Radio

Editor Sharon Banoff

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Editor: Sharon Banoff

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A collaboration between documentary makers from Australia, America, Canada, Eire and Britain has created these stories that cross boundaries of geography and generation.

2: The Magdalen Laundry. It didn't take much for women to "fall" in rural southern Ireland. When they did, this is where they were sent, often for life. Producer Julian Vignoles for RTE Editor Sharon Banoff

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Producer: Julian Vignoles

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Series of ten stories resulting from a collaboration between documentary makers from Australia, America, Canada, Eire and Britain.

3: Access Denied. " , and the temptation to knock on that door and try to get in was overwhelming". Nicholas Whiteley "broke into" universities.He never stole or vandalised the buildings, he simply left his mark - without ever leaving his bedroom.

Producer Main Russell

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Unknown: Nicholas Whiteley

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A collaboration between documentary makers from Australia, America, Canada, Eire and Britain.

4: In the Genes. Music is the lifeblood of the Schenkman family. Son Eric is a successful rock musician -guitarist with the Spin Doctors. Father Peter is a professional cellist, grandfather Edgar a renowned conductor. But is music as likely to divide as it is unite them? Producer Karin Wells for CBC Editor Sharon Banoff

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Producer: Karin Wells

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Another story resulting from a collaboration between documentary makers from Australia, America, Canada, Eire and Britain.

5: Orthodox Offspring. What motivates a son or daughter towards fundamental religion? How can parents object to so innocent a following? This is the story of two Australian Jewish families: one united and one irrevocably divided by the will of God.

Producer Rachel Kohn for ABC Editor Sharon Banoff

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Producer: Rachel Kohn

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Ten stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

6: The Nun's Tale. Kay Toogood has made the hardest decision of her life - to enter an enclosed, silent order of nuns - but her parents feel bitter and betrayed. This is the story of her final months in the outside world. Reporter Veronica Reinhardt. Producer Cathie Mahoney

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Unknown: Kay Toogood

Reporter: Veronica Reinhardt.

Producer: Cathie Mahoney

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Ten stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

7: Gtetto Life 101. Lee Allen and Lloyd are 14 years old and growing up in a tough Chicago neighbourhood where, for most, the American dream is distant. But the "ghetto" life can also be vibrant and fun. The two boys certainly are, as they make their way through a typical week. Producer David Isay for Soundprint and National Public Radio

Editor Sharon Banoff

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Unknown: Lee Allen

Producer: David Isay

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Ten documentaries from Australia, America, Canada, Eire and Britain.

8: On the Package. In Canada's poorest province, Newfoundland, the cod-fishing industry is "on hold". Fish stocks have collapsed and a two-year moratorium has not yet brought them back. Meanwhile, 30,000 workers are out of work, waiting and hoping.

Producer Chris Brooks for CBC Editor Sharon Banoff

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Producer: Chris Brooks

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Ten stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

9: Serial Killers. Psychiatrist Janice Morrison has spent hundreds of hours with some of America's most notorious murderers. Hertheories on the compulsion to kill are set against enacted interview material and the results are chilling.

Producer William Drummond for Soundprint and NPR Series editor Sharon Banoff

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Unknown: Janice Morrison

Producer: William Drummond

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Last in the series of documentaries.

10: From Green Lanes to the Green Line. Green Lanes in Haringey has traditionally been the centre of London's Cypriot population, both Greek and Turkish. But in Cyprus, the two communities remain divided by a Green Line. And, in spite of growing uptogether in Britain, the lives of British-born Cypriots are still shaped by historic mistrust and animosities. Producer John Watkins

Series editor Sharon Banoff

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Producer: John Watkins

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation. Waiting for Joe Di Maggio. An Italian-American group wants to reunite the baseball legend with the Sicilian fishing village where his parents were born. Editor Sharon Banoff

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Stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation. Waiting for Joe Di Maggio. An Italian-American group wants to reunite the baseball legend with the Sicilian fishing village where his parents were born. Editor Sharon Banoff

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Unknown: Joe Di Maggio.

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Unknown: Joe Di Maggio.

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation. Kevin's 's Story. The tale of a 17-year-old Canadian boy who was involved in a car accident after drink-driving. When he was not sent to prison, the local police were outraged. But his victims' parents approved. Producer Bob Carty Repeat

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Eight documentaries made through collaborations between programme-makers from four countries.

1: An Apology. In British Columbia, a woman is raped in her home. During the ordeal, she talks to her attacker.

Two months later, she hears a noise - he has come to apologise. Reporter Tricia Naylor.

Editor Sharon Banoff

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Reporter: Tricia Naylor.

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Eight documentaries made through collaborations between four countries, telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

2: Branson Postcards. Old country music stars never die, they buy theatres in Branson, Missouri. Dan Collison finds out if the town welcomes an annual invasion of music lovers. Editor Sharon Banoff

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Unknown: Dan Collison

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

3: You Can Touch Me, I Am Part of the Union. In the Australian state of Victoria, the Miscellaneous Workers' Union is offering sex workers a union ticket. It is a move welcomed by those who have already fought and won unfair dismissal cases in the courts.

Others worry that union membership will expose what they prize most highly -their identities. Editor Sharon Banoff

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Eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation. 4: Blackpool or Bust. Sarah has danced since the age of three, Stephen four. It was clear from the start that they were both talented and recently they became ballroom-dancing partners. Now, they face the ultimate challenge -the World Junior Ballroom Championship in Blackpool. Reporter Anna McNamee.

Producer Chris Paling. Editor Sharon Banoff

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Reporter: Anna McNamee.

Producer: Chris Paling.

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation. 5: Barrel Kids

Reporter Mary O'Connell of CBC investigates the thousands of women who came from the Caribbean to

Canada to work as domestics in the 1960s. They left behind their children and sent home drums filled with food and clothes. These barrels became a symbol of promised reunions, but sometimes the separations lasted as long as a decade. Editor Sharon Banoff

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Reporter: Mary O'Connell

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

6: Tales of Power. In this Anglo-

American collaboration, Larry Massett takes a surreal journey to a cocktail party. Along the way, he gets caught up with the flying mouse that he invented as a five-year-old child. Editor Sharon Banoff

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Unknown: Larry Massett

Editor: Sharon Banoff

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Eight documentaries telling stories that cross boundaries of geography and generation.

7: Family Values. A collaboration with ABC Australia that looks behind the façade of Adelaide's genteel provincialism. Who is responsible for a string of gay murders? The police evidence is scrutinized and a big question is posed: is there a conspiracy by the establishment to cover the tracks of a local citizen? Editor Sharon Banoff

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The last of eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

Vicarage Allsorts. In a quiet corner of Norfolk, many of the Rev Martin Down 's parishioners have found new ways to worship. Sara Parker reports that some of the more traditional villagers are unhappy about the rash of speaking tongues and healing. Series editor Sharon Banoff

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Unknown: Martin Down

Unknown: Sara Parker

Editor: Sharon Banoff

A01An Apology1997051419990408

Five documentaries made through collaborations between programme-makers from four countries.

2: `An Apology'.

In British Columbia, a woman is raped in her home.

During the ordeal, she talks to her attacker.

Two months later, he returns to apologise.

Presented by Tricia Naylor.

A02Branson Postcards1997052119990415

Five documentaries made through collaborations between programme-makers from four countries.

3: `Branson Postcards'.

Old country music stars never die, they buy theatres in Branson, Missouri.

Dan Collinson finds out if the town welcomes an annual invasion of music lovers.

A03You Can Touch Me I'm Part Of The Union1997052819990422

Eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

3: You Can Touch Me, I Am Part of the Union.

If prostitution is the world's oldest profession, it is still the most unregulated.

There is no minimum wage, and hours and conditions are set by unscrupulous bosses.

But in the Australian state of Victoria, the Miscellaneous Worker's Union is offering sex workers a union ticket.

It is a move welcomed by those who have already fought and won unfair dimissal cases in the courts.

Others worry that union membership will expose what they prize most highly - their identities.

A04Blackpool Or Bust1997060419990429

Sarah has danced since the age of three, Stephen four.

It was clear from the start that they were both precociously talented, and recently they became ballroom-dancing partners.

Now, they face the ultimate challenge - the World Junior Ballroom Championship in Blackpool.

Will they have a future in the profession? It is all down to how well they perform under the spotlights at the Tower Ballroom.

Reporter Anna McNamee.

A05Barrel Kids.1997061119990429

Eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

5: `Barrel Kids.' In this programme, reporter Mary O'Connell of CBC, investigates the thousands of women who came from the Caribbean to Canada in the sixties to work as domestics.

They left behind their children and sent home cardboard drums filled with food and clothes.

These barrels became a symbol of promised reunions, but sometimes the separations lasted as long as a decade.

The reunions between mothers and their barrel kids were troubled, and occasionally tragic.

A06Tales Of Power1997061819990506

In this Anglo-American collaboration, Larry Massett takes a surreal journey to a cocktail party.

Along the way, he gets caught up with the flying mouse that he invented as a five-year-old child to escape the mundane realities of life.

A07Family Values1997062519990513

Eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

7: `Family Values'.

A collaboration with ABC Australia which looks behind the facade of Adelaide's genteel provincialism.

Who is responsible for a string of gay murders? Family values come in for some reinterpretation as the police evidence is scrutinized, leading to the big question being posed: is there a conspiracy by the establishment to cover the tracks of one of its citizens?

A08 LASTVicarage Allsorts1997070219990520

The last of eight documentaries telling stories which cross boundaries of geography and generation.

`Vicarage Allsorts'.

In a quiet corner of Norfolk, many of the Rev Martin Down's parishioners have found new ways to worship.

Meanwhile, some of the more traditional villagers are less than happy about the rash of speaking tongues and healing.

B01Australian Crocodile19981002

The return of the award-winning series in which feature makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

This edition looks at the Australian crocodile.

While Aborigines believe the deadly creature to be sacred, many white Australians tolerate it only if it earns the tourist dollars.

B02Night Spirit19981008

The return of the award-winning series in which feature-makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

2: `Night Spirit'.

The story of the forced relocation of the Sayisi Dene people from their remote Canadian village to a new so-called home near Churchill in Manitoba.

B03The Crips And The Bloods19981015

Feature-makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

3: `The Crips and the Bloods'.

American street gangs have strayed to the heartland from the cities.

In Nebraska, minister William T Barlow is determined to curb the violence by drawing gang members to Omaha's Grace Apostolic Church with street language and music.

B04Can I Borrow A Corkscrew?19981023

Feature-makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

4: `Can I Borrow a Corkscrew?' A recent arrival to London's multicultural Uxbridge Road, Eka Morgan searches for a corkscrew and explores what it means to belong.

B05Waltonsteins19981030

Feature-makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

`Waltonsteins'.

When Canadian actress and comedian Franny Sheridan brings her show to Ottawa, it is a performance which lifts the lid on an extraordinary family secret of 50 years - the fact that her churchgoing parents were actually Jewish survivors of the Holocaust.

B06Kev The Head19981106

Feature-makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

`Kev the Head'.

Johann Gabrielsson gathers together friends and fans to tell the story of surfer Kevin Brennan, who became a surfing genius when the sport caught on in the 60s on Australia's Bondi beach.

B07Conway: Forging The Flood Plain19981113

Feature-makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

`Conway: Forging the Flood Plain'.

Conway is a small, unremarkable town in President Clinton's home state of Arkansas.

In the 1950s and 60s, many white inhabitants of nearby Little Rock fled there to avoid desegregation.

Now, aspiring black families are doing likewise - for different reasons.

B08 LASTThe Shoot19981120

Feature-makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries.

`The Shoot'.

Sally Thompson joins the `guns', the keepers and the beaters as she explores the changing face of game shooting in the English countryside.

EF01Waiting For Joe Dimaggio1997050719990401

Five documentaries made through collaborations between programme-makers from four countries.

1: `Waiting for Joe DiMaggio'.

April 1993, and the National Italian-American Federation is on the brink of pulling off its dream - reuniting the late baseball legend Joe Dimaggio with his parents' Sicilian fishing village.

On the eve of the celebrations, something unexpected occurs.