The last of four programmes in which Dr David Cook looks at the ethical and practical dilemmas faced by doctors.
The parents of a Down's Syndrome child seek reconstructive surgery. Producer Juli Wills
Louisa May Alcott 's classic American novel dramatised in six parts. 3: Our Foreign Correspondent Amy goes to Europe, and Jo to New York, where she makes a new friend. Musical Director Stuart Hutchinson Dramatised by Marcy Kahan Director Marilyn Imrie
by Neil Rhodes. Ashley is a retired successful architect with no regrets until he meets Eric, who discovers Ashley's youthful plans for two mile-high cities which, if built, wou]d have changed the world. And Erie thinks they can be built.
Director Richard Wortley
Paul Allen reports on the Beckett trilogy being staged at the West
Yorkshire Playhouse, and investigates the output of 17th-century playwright Susannah Centlivre.
Producer Adrian Washbourne (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Lappin and Lapinova by Virginia Woolf.
"When they came back from their honeymoon, they possessed a private world inhabited entirely by rabbits. No-one guessed there was such a place, and that, of course, made it all the more amusing." Read by June Barrie. Producer Viv Beeby
Sara Paretsky's novel dramatised in six parts.
Everyone wants V I off the case, but the next body isn't hers. In fact, she thought he was the villain.
The English New Yorker
Paula Roberts is an ambitious, quintessentially English woman. She knew her destiny was to go to
America, and she now has her own TV show. Paula is psychic, but will all her dreams come true?
Reporter John Dryden. Producer Cathie Mahoney
Greening World Trade Whether the goal is
"dolphin-friendly" tuna, or saving the rainforest, Western greens are increasingly advocating trade sanctions to eliminate environmentally unfriendly activities across the globe.
Frances Caimcross asks if the world trading system can be given a greener hue without opening the way to protectionism. Producer David Levy
A four-part adaptation of Jack Higgins 's thriller set during the Falklands War. 2: Orders from the PM
Ferguson of MI6 discovers that Soviet agent Vronski is trying to get missiles to the Argentinians.
Director Scott Cherry
Brigadier Charles Ferguson:
Major Tony Villiers:
Julio Garcia/Col Dwyer:
Sgt Major Jackson:
General Leopoldo Galticri:
Prof Paul Bernard:
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