Six murder cases presented by Nick Ross. 2: Admissible Evidence. When Bessie Mundy is found dead in her bath, it looks like a tragic accident. Then detectives discover that two other women have died in identical circumstances, and all three have been married to a certain George Joseph Smith. With Brett Usher. John Evitts. Neville Jason. Gavin Muir , Rachel Atkins. MargaretJohn. David Thorpe and Colin Pinney. Written by Rib Davis Producer Fiona McLean
Eric Clapton and Bob Kingdom discuss the life and work of Truman Capote, and Jean Cocteau 's once-banned play Les Parents Terribles is revived at the National Theatre. With Tim Marlow. Producer Anthony Denseldw
by Leslie Norris.
"So you're 14," James' father said. "Always a sad anniversary for men of our family. When they reach this age, they're thought old enough to bear a terrible knowledge." Read by Laurence Allan. Producer Caroline Sarli
Jill puts her foot in it.
Written by Mick Martin Directed by Chns Wallis
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Robin Cook , MP, Shadow Trade and Industry Secretary; Roger Graef , writer and film-maker; RtHon Michael Howard ,
QC, MP, the Home Secretary; and Archy Kirkwood , Liberal Democrat Social
Security Spokesman, tackle the issues raised in Godalming, Surrey.
Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nadine Grieve
A great figure of radio history, Shirer died last December. From 1937 to 1940, he reported live from Berlin for CBS in New York, and went on to write The Rise and Fallofthe Third Reich, still recognised as the masterwork on Hitler's Germany. Presented by Clive Davis. Producer Martin Buckley
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