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Programmes

Man Alive : Not in Our Class, Dear
Broadcast: 1966
How class conscious are we? Can Britain ever be a classless society?

Man Alive : Living in Sin
Broadcast: 1966
Why are modern couples rejecting traditional values?

Man Alive : Marriage Under Stress: 1: Children
Broadcast: 1967
How children have altered the lives of young married couples.

Man Alive : Marriage Under Stress: 2: Breaking Point
Broadcast: 1967
Some of the reasons for the breakdown of marriage are explored.

Man Alive : Marriage Under Stress: 3: Put Asunder
Broadcast: 1967
Life after divorce in the 1960s.

Man Alive : Consenting Adults: 1. The Men
Broadcast: 1967
Will a change in the law save homosexuals from blackmail and fear?

Man Alive : Consenting Adults: 2. The Women
Broadcast: 1967
Can a lesbian ever find true happiness?

Man Alive : For Richer, for Poorer
Broadcast: 1967
An invitation to the wedding of Norma and Barry - and Diana and Tim.

Man Alive : Packing Up and Moving Out
Broadcast: 1967
Two mining families make the decision to move from Northumberland to Nottingham.

Man Alive : The Few
Broadcast: 1969
What 'The Few' did next.

The Lively Arts : Len Deighton
Broadcast: 1977
Melvyn Bragg meets the author of 'The Ipcress File'.

One Hundred Great Paintings: Cities : Van Gogh (1853-1890): Cafe Terrace at Night
Broadcast: 1980
David Hockney discusses a painting by Van Gogh.

All About Books : Diana Mosley
Broadcast: 1980
Russell Harty interviews Diana Mosley about her biography of the Duchess of Windsor.

One Hundred Great Paintings : Self Portrait by Vincent Van Gogh
Broadcast: 1981
How is Van Gogh's depression revealed in his self-portraits?

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