Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral issues behind the news. Witnesses face cross-examination from
Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Professor Roger Scruton , Edward Pearce and Janet Daley.
Producer David Coomes. Stereo
by E W Hornung. The final six Raffles short stories, with Jeremy Clyde as A J Raffles and Michael Cochrane as Bunny Manders.
5: "The Knees of the Gods" Raffles and Bunny leave England to fight for queen and country in the South African war. For one of them there will be no return. Dramatised by Olwen Wymark Director Gordon House. Stereo
The stumps fly and the wickets fall as Brian Johnston umpires another test of wit and general knowledge. Taking the crease: Tim Rice and Willie Rushton , with William Franklyn and Paul Merton.
From Flitwick Cricket Club, Bedford.
Producer Jon Magnusson. Stereo 0 TIM RICE'S WHAT I WATCH: page 12
In the PR business truth is a flexible commodity, especially if it threatens the public image. Written by Dorothy Gharbaoui.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan. Stereo
from the Imperial Hotel, Llandudno, recorded last month as part of Radio
Goes to Town. Simon Rae introduces requests, read by Sorcha Cusack and Ronald Pickup.
Producer Julian Wilkinson. Stereo •REQUESTS TO: Poetry Please! BBC Bristol BS8 2LR
Tim Marlow discusses the merits of a new series of large format art books, and reviews the British premiere of Claire Dowie 's play Death and Dancing.
Judy Meewezen reports on an international community of artists in Devon.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Still Life by Daragh Carville.
"The rain still rang on Paddy Kerr 's head. He blurrily watched the water glittering on to the soldier's gun. The man seemed to be losing patience."
Read by BJ Hogg . Producer Pam Brighton
A sit-com for the 90s, written by and starring comedian Nick Revell.
With Alistair McGowan , Caroline Gruber , Kate McKenzie and Brian Bowles with special guest Brian Johnston. 1: Holy Water
Producer Jon Magnusson. Stereo
Six portraits of radio greats.
4: Audrey Russell
In a broadcasting career spanning 40 years, her voice became known to millions. Roisin McAuley traces the story of Audrey Russell from war reporter to state commentator.
Producer Fran Acheson
"I travel in order to get chances to sing - that is what I like best in life."
The Swedish soprano Elisabeth Soderstrom compares her experiences of travelling with those of some illustrious predecessors.
Producer Gillian Hush. Stereo
The third of a six-part thriller by Nigel Baldwin , starring Alison Steadman as Dee. Journalist Dee Mitchell is now investigating three deaths, not one. But the official story is always "no suspicious circumstances."
Original music by Laurie Scott Baker Director
Jane Dauncey Stereo
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