Six murder cases where forensic evidence helped trap the murderer. Narrated by Nick Ross. 5: Murder on the Farm. Steven Jameson has been poisoned by paraquat which his wife accidentally spilled in a stew. But his doctor believes that Steven has been murdered. Written by Rib Davis. With Ronald Herdman. John Church, John Webb, Ann Windsor, Peter Penry-Jones , Kate Binchy , Eric Allan , Brett Usher , Jonathan Adams and Melanie Hudson. Producer Fiona McLean. Stereo
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
The European Court has ruled that there should be no difference in the age of retirement between men and women. So what is the ideal retirement age? How can those who expected it to be later or earlier be reconciled to it? And what are the implications for pensions and monetary planning?
(Revised repeat at 7.20pm LW) Serial: Backlash (2)
Under Western Eyes
A two-part dramatisation of Joseph Conrad 's novel. l:St Petersburg, 1911. Revolutionary activity is on the increase and, much against his will, Razumov is drawn into the thick of it.
Nigel Forde examines the influence of the emigre author; meets novelist
Carol Clewlow who follows
A Woman's Guide to
Adultery with an exploration of Love in the Modern Sense; and sees the underworld of London's derelict waterways through
Russell Celyn Jones 's pickpocket hero.
Producer Sally Marmion
Tim Marlow reports on the major exhibition of artist Lucian Freud at the Tate Gallery Liverpool; on the Royal Opera House's new production of Don Giovanni ; and on a group of Exeter artists who call themselves the Exeter Letterers.
Producer Julian May. Stereo (Lucian Freud is on Radio 3's Third Eartonightat 7.05pm)
Jennifer's cover is nearly blown....
Written by Simon Frith
.WHAT I WATCH by Patricia Greene (Jill Archer ): page 10
This week's panel:
Rt Hon John Biffen ,
MP; Donald Dewar , MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland;
Margaret Ewing , MP,
Leader, the Parliamentary Group Scottish Nationalist Party; and Alan Beith ,
MP, Treasury Spokesman for the Liberal Democrats.
From Cumbernauld, Scotland.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Crooning Like Bilious Pigeons
Voice training has come a long way since Henry Higgins schooled
Eliza Doolittle. Actors in Britain are now encouraged to keep their accents. Paul Allen listens in on the teachers and the taught.
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