n Michael Buerk returns with more live investigations into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Edward Pearce and Professor Roger Scruton. Producer David Coomes
by Christopher Lee. Fourth ofsix episodes. Producer Neil Cargill
Gill Pyrah challenges a panel of - guests in a new series of the well-read quiz. Today's guests are Brian Patten , Roger McGough , Adrian Henri and Gladys Mary Coles , with readings by Dominic Letts.
Producer Gareth Edwards
in Bernard Farrell 's black comedy, Danny wakes up confused. He thought he was in hospital, recovering from a heart attack, but now he's not so sure.
Director John Penrose
(Originally broadcast on Radio Telefls Eireann)
[number removed]Each week a guest goes against the grain and challenges conventional views. Today: "the upper class deserves its silver spoon." Ann Marie Hourihane awaits your calls. Producer Fiona Couper
Paul Allen reviews At the Black Pigs' Dyke, the 100th production by the Druid Theatre Company, dips into the Willie Clancy Summer School of Irish Music, and visits the new exhibition Primates at the Natural History Museum. Producer Neil Trevithick
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Last in the series, starring Nick Revell , Alistair McGowan and Doon MacKichan. All's Well That Ends Well- Well, Well, Wei Everything seems to be going quite well for Nick - which naturally leaves him in a deep state of anxiety. Producer Jon Magnusson
nFour programmes retracing the I hippy trail of the 60s across Europe and Asia.
1: The Word Is Out. Simon Dring first hitched to India when he was 16, back in 1962. Now, three decades later, he's following the same route by jeep, looking to compare dreams and adventures with the new generation heading east. Producer Joy Hatwood
Passages to India
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Workshop of the World?
What will Britain's economic role be in the increasingly competitive world of the 21st Century? Can manufacturing ever again provide enough jobs to go round? If not, what takes its place? Frances Cairncross asks what strategy Britain, as a small English-speaking island off the coast of Europe, should adopt. Producer David Hendy
Seven stories of love, magic and mysteries. With Derek Jacobi as the King and Carolyn Backhouse as Shahrazad.
To save herself from the executioner's sword, Shahrazad beguiles the king with a tale of love and betrayal - and a magic drum.
Music: Sue Harris and Steafan Hannigan
Adapted by Colin Haydn Evans: Director Nigel Bryant
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