Six murder cases featuring the celebrated pathologist Dr Keith Simpson.
5: Death of the Lord of Life In 1946, the 20-year-old King of Siam is found dead in his bedchamber. Dr Keith Simpson 's expertise is called upon as an attempt is made to establish if the King has been murdered. Narrator Nick Ross. Dr Keith Simpson ...KEITH DRINKEL Dr Nit PHILIP SULLY Chief Judge.....CHRISTOPHER GOOD With John Evitts , David Thorpe. Diana Payan , David Holt , Steve Hodson. James Telfer , Philip Anthony and Julian Rhind-Tutt Written by Rib Davis Producer Fiona McLean
Derek Cooper presents a special from the Ukraine, the former bread-basket of the USSR. The country is wrestling with agricultural change and the West is keen to help. But how much do the Ukrainians need our expertise in reforming their food distribution system? producer Sheila Dillon
Practical but dull. Readable but idiosyncratic. What is your experience of travel guides? Nigel Forde investigates their role, as well as other happenings in the world of books.
Producer Lucinda Montefiore
Louisa Buck reports on the first night of the Richard Eyre Macbeth , and explores the relationship between artist Georgia O'Keeffe and her photographer husband Alfred Stieglitz. Producer Anthony Denselow
Black Snow Falling by Bernadette Crosthwaite.
She might be Linda Ruthin now, but I remembered her as Linda Coldfield ... My yardstick and my tormentor. Read by Elizabeth Mansfield. Producer Emma Williams
The last laugh is on Brian.
Written by Sam Jacobs Director Tim Coleman
Joining Nick Clarke to tackle issues raised in Monkton Heathfield , Somerset are Rt Hon
Tony Benn , MP; John Harris , Chairman of the Federation of Small
Emma Nicholson , MP; and Sir Anthony Parsons , diplomat.
Producer Nadine Grieve
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