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Britain's leading utilities come in for a public grilling. 1: The Post Office

Sir Bryan Nicholson , the Post Office Chairman, and Andrew Robertson of the Post Office Users' National

Council face a live audience in Edinburgh. Chairman

Donald MacCormick.

Producer Paul Kobrak

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Unknown: Sir Bryan Nicholson

Unknown: Andrew Robertson

Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920801]

Britain's leading utilities come in for a public grilling. 1: The Post Office.

Sir Bryan Nicholson , the Post Office Chairman, and Andrew Robertson of the Post Office Users' National Council face a live audience in Edinburgh. Chairman Donald MacCormick.

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Unknown: Sir Bryan Nicholson

Unknown: Andrew Robertson

Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

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2: Gas and Electricity Companies.

Live from the Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool. Ken Harvey ,

President of the Electricity Association, Penny Boys from OFFER,

Arthur Dove , Managing Director of British Gas, and Sir

James McKinnon , Director

General of OFGAS, face questions from the audience. Chairman

Donald MacCormick.

Producer Paul Kobrak

0 If you have a question or complaint you would like to put to future panels (banks, water companies, British Rail), write to Call to Account, BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA.

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Unknown: Ken Harvey

Unknown: Arthur Dove

Unknown: James McKinnon

Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920808]

Britian's leading utilities come in for a public grilling.

2: Gas and Electricity Companies

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3: British Telecom

Live from Nottingham's Albert Hall. Michael Bett , Deputy Chairman of BT, joins Bill Wigglesworth ,

OFTEL's Director General to answer queries and complaints from the audience.

Chairman

Donald MacCormick.

Producer Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920814]

Unknown: Albert Hall.

Unknown: Michael Bett

Unknown: Bill Wigglesworth

Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Paul Kobrak

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3: British Telecom

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High Street Banking

Live from the Victoria Rooms in Bristol.

Answering queries and complaints from the audience will be Sir John Quinton , chairman of Barclays; Peter Ellwood , chief executive of TSB; Kevin Newman , chief executive of First Direct; and Tony FitzSimons , chief executive of Bristol and West Building

Society. Chairman Donald MacCormick.

Producer Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920821]

Unknown: Sir John Quinton

Unknown: Peter Ellwood

Unknown: Kevin Newman

Unknown: Tony Fitzsimons

Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920822]

Leading utilities come in for a public grilling.

4: High Street Banking

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920828]

The Water Companies

Live from the New Leisure

Centre, Maidstone. Michael Carney ,

Secretary of the Water

Services Association; Dr Jan Pentreath , Chief Scientist at the National Rivers Authority; Ian Byatt , Director

General of OFWAT; and David Puttnam , former president of the Council for the Protection of Rural

England, face questions and complaints from the audience.

Chairman

Donald MacCormick. Producer Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920828]

Unknown: Michael Carney

Unknown: Dr Jan Pentreath

Unknown: Ian Byatt

Unknown: David Puttnam

Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920829]

The Water Companies

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British Rail

The last in the current series where Britain's leading utilities come in for a public grilling.

British Rail Chairman Sir

Bob Reid , Major General Lennox Napier , Chairman of the Central Transport Consultative Committee, and Jenny Kirkpatrick face a live audience in St

Mary's Church, Peterborough.

Chairman

Donald MacCormick.

Producer Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920904]

Unknown: Bob Reid

Unknown: Lennox Napier

Unknown: Jenny Kirkpatrick

Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Paul Kobrak

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920905]

The last of six leading utilities comes in for a public grilling: British Rail.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930102]

Anna Ford chairs a debate in which listeners call

Radio 4's management to account for programmes and policy. With Michael Green , Controller of Radio 4, Jenny Abramsky , Editor of Radio News and Current Affairs, and Ray Snoddy , Media Editor of The Financial Times. Producer Dave Harvey

0 DOCUMENTARY: page 8

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Unknown: Anna Ford

Unknown: Michael Green

Unknown: Jenny Abramsky

Unknown: Ray Snoddy

Producer: Dave Harvey