Six murder cases featuring Dr Keith Simpson , the celebrated pathologist.
2: The Body in the Chalkpit In 1946, a man's body was discovered lying in a shallow trench, a noose around his neck. Was it suicide by hanging? If so, how did the body come to be found in a Surrey chalkpit? Narrator Nick Ross.
With Jonathan Adams , Philip Anthony. Geraldine Fitzgerald. John Fleming , Matthew Morgan , Katherine Parr and John Webb Written by Rib Davis Producer Fiona McLean
Dr Keith Simpson:
Dr Eric Cardner:
Jessica Holm presents a tale from Indonesia, with a report on the white-winged wood duck, one of the world's most endangered water birds.
Producer Sarah Blunt
Comments, queries, factsheet requests to BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR
Persuasion by Jane Austen.
Starring Juliet Stevenson. Final part:
Louisa Musgrove has become engaged to
Captain Benwick. Anne Elliot dares to hope that Captain Wentworth's affections might, once again, be hers.
Authors Robin Chapman and Jay Parini , who have both written biographies, talk about approaching a life through fiction. Their new novels re-tell the last days of Christopher Marlowe and Leo Tolstoy. Brian Aldiss talks to Nigel Forde about his new novel and recalls his first published work. Plus the pick of the spring paperbacks.
Producer Sally Marmion
Time to think for Shula.
Written by Sam Jacobs Director Joanna Toye
The panel includes
Baroness Blackstone, Master of Birkbeck
College, London; Graham Mather , President of the European Policy Forum; and Bill Morris , General Secretary of the Transport and General Workers Union. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. From Wymondham, Norfolk. Producer Nick Utechin
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