Five-part dramatisation of Gillian Slovo 's acclaimed detective mystery.
3: Did Alicia really kill James Morgan ? Then why is Kate arrested forthe crime?
Music composed by Anthea Gomaz and played by Anthea Gomez and Tim New Abridged by Jill Brooke Director Sue Wilson
In Alun Owen's dramatisation of the Joseph Conrad short story, an elderly gentleman is repulsed by a horrific encounter in his beloved Naples.
Martin Wainwright celebrates the achievements of those who have been overlooked by history, but who deserve to be more than just a footnote.
3: Ken “Snake/ups”Johnson. The charismatic swing band leader whose West Indian Dance Orchestra was hugely popular during the 30s and 40s had his career ended prematurely when a bomb destroyed the Soho night club in which the band were playing. Producer Alison Perks
I "In Bombay, as a boy, I used to
- I spread the map of London on my pillow and stare till my eyes shut...." Firdaus Kanga 's childhood dreams of travel seemed set to stay that way. He spent most of his first 19 years in bed, brittle bones and the lack of a wheelchair preventing any escape to the wider world. In the first of the new series he tells Annette Kobak how he eventually made a journey round Britain, and earned the nickname "Heaven on Wheels".
With readings by Sam Dastor. Producer Kate McAII
A four-part series in which Donald Woods travels across
South Africa to assess its chances of making democracy work after next month's historic general election.
1. Free and Fair Elections. As millions of black people prepare to cast the first vote of their lives, the legitimacy of the new South African government depends on how universal this first election will be. A Crux production
Six Myths of Our Time
Marina Warner gives the last of her talks. Home: Our Famous Island Race. From the Cabinet War Rooms to cardboard city, British identity is changing.
Readers Robert Stephens and Nigel Carrington Producer Elizabeth Burke
Chris Andrew discovers just what a baby elephant was doing floating on a gondola in the Savoy Hotel, the roots of a good night out, and why a cone of perfumed fat was essential headgear for ancient Egyptians.
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