John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes.
16: Fleur decides to claim Jon as her own - but she's reckoned without Anne.
Soames tries to find his roots, but, when disaster strikes, realises Fleur is his only pleasure in life. Stereo
In the second of six programmes, Phil Smith examines the pressures of life in a large family through the experiences of three generations of northern working people. 2: Group Portrait Producer Gillian Hush
Tim Marlow visits the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol where a ghost has taken up residence; the National Gallery plays host to 20th-century masterpieces; and jazz pianist Jason Rebello is the studio guest. Producer John Goudie
This week's panel includes: Menzies Campbell, MP, Liberal Democrat Spokesman on Defence and Disarmament;
Ann Clwyd , MP, Labour Party Spokeswoman on Development and Co-operation; and the Rt Hon Cecil Parkinson , MP. From Manchester.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
This year brings Mozart mania to the cities of Vienna and Salzburg, where the great composer worked and grew up. How will the Mozart bicentenary be celebrated there and can his music survive more commercial plundering? Natalie Wheen heads off on the Mozart trail.
Producer Anthony Denselow Stereo
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