|01||The Removal Men||19990112||19990322|
The demise of the transport cafe has not made the life of the removal man any easier. Neither has self-assembly furniture or the increase in book buying. Howard Routledge started in the fifties. He compares notes with new recruit Julian McCormick.
Beamish North of England Open Air Museum was the brainchild of Dr Frank Atkinson. Now retired, he joins Nicola Bleasby to discuss collections and acquisitions.
When Diane Lawson trained as a florist 40 years ago, a red rose symbolised undying love.
New recruit David Denyer now believes it means your partner is playing away.
George Carrigill opened his first shop in 1954, but it was no place for a woman. He discusses changes in the trade with newcomer Julie Bennett.
|05 LAST||The Midwives||19990209||19990326|
Is childbirth the preserve of mothers or should the midwife reign supreme?
A series in which old and new hands compare notes. `The Midwives'. Is childbirth the preserve of mothers or should the midwife reign supreme?