Michael Buerk returns to chair another series of live investigations into questions of morality raised by one of the week's news stories. Witnesses face cross-examination from
Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Edward Pearce and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
Six-part political drama by Christopher Lee. 5: Will Dougal agree to get rid of Kay? Producer Neil Cargill
Douglas Young's play is set in 1873 in the British colony of North Borneo, where a scientific expedition into the rainforest brings about the unlikely alliance of a young Scottish missionary and a head-hunting tribesman.
Director Patrick Rayner
A new musical in Birmingham, Once on This Island, taps into rhythms of reggae and calypso, and Paul Allen looks at a touring exhibition of "people's art" - from corn dolls and trade banners to carved coal and graffiti.
Producer Robyn Read (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
When St Patrick took Christianity to the rest of the world, did he leave any behind in Ireland? Was it the rain that caused the downfall of King James's army in 1690? Who asked the first Irish Question? Why has no one listened to the answer?
This poignant smile at that tragic roundabout in Northern Ireland often called 'the Troubles" is narrated by Gordon Fulton.
Written by Charlie Warmington Producer Stephen Price
5: This Is 2 Emma Tock Writtle Calling. Peter Eckersley , the BBC's first Chief Engineer, pioneered advances that helped transform British radio from a local curiosity to a national passion, all in six years. By 1929, the wireless had made him famous. Then scandal forced him to quit. He was only 35. A new career in commercial radio took him into the fringes of European politics, which could be dangerous in the 1930s.
Derek Robinson talks to family and friends of an idealist and bon viveur. Producer Bella Bannerman
Jobs for the Boys?
Full employment is back on the political agenda, but most forecasters predict high rates of joblessness for the next decade. In the last of the series, Melanie Phillips asks whether we've learned to tolerate a society where many people have never worked, and if there are compelling arguments for a new approach to the problem of unemployed young men.
Producer Nicola Meyrick
Lord Donald Soper has been in the thick of the religious and political life of this country throughout his remarkable 70-year ministry.
1: Fighting for Pacifism. In the first of five conversations, he talks to Colin Morris about the themes that have dominated his career.
Producer Christine Morgan
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