Jenni Mills traces critical Periods in family life and talks to families about how they weathered the crisis. 3: Debbie was the Physiotherapist allocated to Mike after the car smash which broke his neck - but her feelings for him went beyond the Professional.
Producer Sarah Rowlands
with Jenni Murray.
What would drive a man to walk out on his wife and children and disappear without a trace?
Mairead Devlin reports on a growing phenomenon. Story: The Wild Blue Yonder
2:Sunday Morning, June 4, 1989.
by Roderick Graham.
Barry Parker , an ex-Army Corporal, is to receive an award for bravery, having killed two terrorists and captured another while on active duty. But why does "Barry the Brave", as the Press have dubbed him, appear to be such a reluctant hero?
Director Tracey Neale
Improvised historical saga of a family at war with itself, based entirely on audience suggestions. Final Part:
The Mastersons Lose Everything
Auberon Masterson is the epitome of decadence, but will his unsavoury habits ruin the family? With
Josie Lawrence , Paul Merton , Phelim McDermott ,
Caroline Quentin ,
Lee Simpson and Jim Sweeney. Producer Phil Clarke
NEW Six new portraits of the radio famous.
Sir Hugh Greene : a great DG?
A giant with a mission. An eccentric who "believed in nothing". Alasdair Milne puts "Sir Huge" - man and Director General - into perspective.
Producer Julian Hale
Monarchs to Measure According to the opinion polls, the British public wants the monarchy to continue, but in a more democratic form.
Anthony King considers how far Britain's oldest institution needs to re-invent itself to survive the next century.
Producer Zareer Masani
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