The last of three parts. Taxed to the Limit At last Stella hacks her way to adventure. Mapping virgin rainforest in Patagonia for Operation Raleigh, she is stranded in dense jungle. Heavy rain swells the river - blocking the only way out. Producer Belinda Cherrington
An eight-part comedy drama by Alex Shearer. Endangered Species
The growing awareness of environmental issues in the People's Democracy also brings a clearer vision of true Western attitudes to pollution.
Are the diplomats headed for extinction?
Producer Neil Cargill
Mr Spraggins and the Agency It's a busy morning at the office of Able Care in Norwich. They arrange live-in help for people on their own. One client is 94-year-old Mr Spraggins , MBE, who is expecting his "new lady" any minute. Reporter Neil Walker Producer Joy Hatwood. Stereo
A series in which Matthew Parris investigates intriguing letters that have no known replies. 5: When St Paul told women at Corinth to cover their heads, he meant their entire heads, shutting them up. His first letter was part of a lively, sometimes bizarre correspondence. Producer Julia Gillett
Gill Pyrah 's guest is
Australian author Janette Turner Hospital. Ian McEwan 's new novel
Black Dogs is reviewed and there is a profile of the Bradford Festival.
Producer Sarah Johnson. Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
King Kong by Lisa Cody.
"The last line in the movie King Kong is 'Twas beauty killed the beast'.
Well, in my experience it's the other way round.
When even the prettiest people look at me they become horrible, so the beast kills beauty."
Read by Susan Jeffrey. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
starring Tom Miles and Rob Millner , with special guests Jim Tavare , Jonathan Cecil and Flaminia Cinque.
Half-an-hour of comedy and music in which the classics are mangled beyond recovery.
Producer Harry Thompson. Stereo
Offshore tax havens have become vital to drugs barons who need to launder their dirty money. To win the war on drugs these financial paradises have to be cleaned up. But can it be done while legitimate companies insist on using them for widespread tax avoidance? In a File on Four special, Gerry Northam investigates why law enforcement agencies are fighting a losing battle. Editor John Drury Producer Andrew Smith
Last in the series.
"The Health Centre belongs to the people of Alex. They could sell it and buy beer but they won't."
As South Africa struggles to find a new identity, is the model for the new nation already operating at the Alexandra Health
Centre? Dr Tim Wilson combats Third World health problems in the First World city of Johannesburg, in the only medical centre serving a black community of 250,000. Reporter Noreen Alexander.
Producer Nick Clarke
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