1: Come the Evolution ...' When the young Ken Livingstone dreamt of a career in the House, it wasn't Parliament he had in mind but the Reptile House at London Zoo. Thirty years later, "Green Ken " the MP stares through the bars at the habitat of an endangered species, the zoo keeper himself. Producer Jill Marshall
by Diana Griffiths.
Held in Sempringham Priory from the age of 17 months, Gwenllian, daughter of the last Welsh Prince of Wales, finds her life wholly changed by the arrival of the worldly Blanche.
Director David Hunter
The programme which rewrites history returns with a wide range of speculations.
In the first programme in a series of six, Christopher Andrew considers what would have happened if King Edward VIII had married Mrs Simpson and remained on the throne. David Cannadine and Philip Ziegler rewrite the history of the monarchy over the last 50 years.
by Ellis Peters.
The second series of The Chronicles of Brother Cadfael, narrated by Michael Hordern and starring Philip Madoc as the medieval sleuth.
5: Discoveries. It is winter 1139 and England is racked with civil war. Ives Hugonin has been taken prisoner by the outlaws....
Music by Peter Salem
Dramatised by Bert Coules Producer Phil Clarke
Why, when the crime rate is rising, are there fewer people appearing before the courts? Is justice being sacrificed in the government's bid to make the police and magistrate's courts more cost-effective? In Liverpool and Basingstoke, Gerry Northam has gained unique access to the agencies of law and order to examine British justice on trial. Producer Anna Laura Malago
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. With Peter White. Producer Thena Heshel
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