Michael Bryant stars with Judi Dench in the second of John Hopkins 's quartet of plays that look at a weekend through the eyes of four members of a family. Continues tomorrow at 9pm. See yesterday's Choice. (S)
How does the collapse of a business affect an entire
- family? The first of Storyville's
Relative Strangers strand this week uses talking heads to tell the story of such a family. More tomorrow 10.30pm. (S)
Braving night-time action and surviving friendly fire from the Americans, cameramen Fred Scot and Darren Conway were In the thick of the war in Iraq. This is their story. Narrated by Fergal Keane. (S) (W)
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