Jeremy Harris travels to Los Alamos County in New Mexico - a place haunted by death. It was where the USA developed its first nuclear device, and was the scene of a massacre of American Indians. It is also one of the few places in the world where bubonic plague still occurs.
Producer Geoff Spink
Last in the series: Stopping and Laving. At one time the river Severn teemed with salmon and fishermen risked the dangerous tides for rich rewards. Now Paul Heiney finds that a unique variety of fishing traditions is fast dying out. Producer Marc Jobst
Last year St Andrews University awarded honorary degrees to a list of women, including the novelist Fay Weldon , philosopher Mary Warnock and painter Wilhelmina Barnes Grahame.
Jenni Murray invites them all for breakfast. Serial:Jasmine (7)
What's Kenton up to?
Written by Graham Harvey Director Vanessa Whitburn
Rt Hon Virginia Bottomley, MP, Health Secretary; Steve Platt , Editor, New Statesman and Society, John Prescott , MP, Labour Transport Spokesman; and Paul Tyler , MP, Liberal Democrat Agriculture Spokesman tackle the issues raised in Newport, Isle of Wight. Chairman Nick Clarke. Producer Nadine Grieve
The satirical look back at the decade ends this week with ... 1999! Starring Kate Robbins , Rory Bremner and Brian Perkins. With writers Mark Burton , John O'Farrell and Pete Sinclair. Producer Caroline Leddy
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