Facing the Future. The changes facing the Western family clearly have political consequences but can politics adapt to meet the social challenge they pose? In the last of the series, Glenys Kinnock assesses how well family policies in Britain, the United States and Denmark are designed to face the future.
Producer Anna Partonson
Concluding the dramatisation of Barbara Pym 's sequel to Crampton Hodnet.
6: Mizpah. Fabian buys Jessie a brooch and sends a letter of regret to Prudence. Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud. Producer Sioned Wiliam
Last of the spoof documentaries written and presented by Chris Kelly.
6: The Broadcaster. Starring Sally Grace.
What was it about Barbara Bovis that made her one of Chris Kelly 's personal heroes. Her delicate reportage of human interest stories, or her readiness to show conically shaped vegetables on screen? With contributions from Ned Sherrin , Nigella Lawson , Jennifer Patterson , Brian Bowles. Rebecca Front, Gerard Green , Simon Greenall and Maggie Guess Producer Harry Thompson
Anton Lesser stars in Leo Tolstoy 's classic tale of a middle-class man with middle-class aspirations who is forced to re-evaluate his life.
Dramatised by Nicholas Mclnemy. Piano Tim Riley Director Alison Hindell
Paul Allen reviews Martin Scorsese 's new film The Age of Innocence, based on the Edith Wharton novel and set in 1870s
New York. Also, an interview with Jonathan Miller as he prepares a new production of Der Rosenkavalier.
Producer Anthony Denselow
Sandi Toksvig chairs the panel show which rescues celebrity clips from the darkest corners of the BBC boiler room. With Tony Hawks, Nick Revell , Andy Hamilton and Neil Mullarkey. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Partners in Crime. What is society's response to a form of violence so commonplace that it has only recently been recognised as a crime?
This week's investigative documentary provides an insight into how domestic violence is dealt with by the WPCs at Limehouse Police Domestic Violence
Unit in the East End of London. It is a disturbing fly-on-the-wall story of how this emotionally charged crime is experienced by both the police and the victims themselves.
Producer Lyn Champion. A Rewind production
Whose Promised Land?
- What lies beyond the halting first step of the Gaza-Jericho accord between Israel and the PLO? Can it produce a formula for independence which will address both Palestinian aspirations and Israeli fears?
Stuart Simon asks what are the lessons to be learned about the principles of self-determination.
Producer Zareer Masani
Eight-part dramatisation of Graham Greene 's novel, starring Michael Kitchen as Brown, with Michael Feast as Jones. Jones is on the run from the Haitian authorities. Brown agrees to help ... and finds himself at the mercy of events. With Tessa Wojtczak, Michael Mellinger, Rudolph Walker, Hans Meyer, Peter van Dissel and Louis St Juste. Dramatised by Rene Basilico
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
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