Rules OK. The government wants to help business by reducing regulation. But Alan Street of the Institute of Trading Standards Administration argues that a Rogues' Charter won't help consumers or honest businessmen.
Producer Charles Sigler
Anne Robinson meets Julia Bardsley , the new joint artistic director at London's Young Vic , whose first production, of Zola's Therese Raquin , opens this week. Story: Femmes dc Siecle.
3:A Nocturneby George Egerton.
by Rib Davis.
Esteban is granted a temporary visa to stay in Britain. When it expires he must choose between returning to face death or staying as an illegal immigrant.
Director Philip Martin
- David Mellor gives his guests the opportunity to sound off about their favourite bugbear. This week includes pop mogul Pete Waterman on trainspotting and sex magazine publisher Isabelle Koprowski on loving Latin. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
In 1916 Sir Roger Casement, Irish patriot and champion of human rights, was hanged for treason. An appeal for clemency appeared to reveal that he was a homosexual. Roisin McAuley considers the implications of a document believed in Ireland to be a forgery.
" It's like an Aladdin's Cave - we wake up each morning and say 'Now what shall we do today?' A montage of reactions to the approach of retirement and how some people have coped with their new-found leisure time. Reporter Kim Normanton. Producer Rosemary Hart
A five-part dramatisation of the Agatha Christie novel.
5: Time is not on Poirot's side.
Pianist Michael Haslam
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams
Joanna Buchan introduces more stories from the extraordinary lives of ordinary people.
2. Time Travel. Including the story of Aubrey Brocklehurst , the clockmaker of Strangewaysgaol and Margaret Orr 's tale of Pharaohs at the bottom of her garden. Producer Simon Elmes
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