Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination by Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn, Edward Pearce and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
Final episode of Christopher Lee 's six-part political drama. How will Lady Bannister react to Charles's decision? Producer Neil Cargill
Chris Stuart returns with a celebrity panel to the Science
Museum, London, for a new series of the show that explores the world of inventors and their creations.
Written and compiled by Crispin Belcher Producer Aled Evans
In this rollicking comedy by Bruce Stewart , bizarre happenings befall a young Pommie policeman when he investigates a series of mysterious happenings in the remotest reaches of the Australian outback.
Director Martin Jenkins
At the Theatre Royal in York, Paul Allen sees a new production of The Rivals set in the 1950s, and at the Royal National Theatre he goes behind the scenes for a first read through.
Producer Lore Windemuth (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
I First of a four-part historical
I pastiche starring Hugh Grant ana Michael Aldridge.
The year is 1153. On his deathbed, Walter Knobbe tells the story of the First Great Crusade, of the brave but dim Sir Giles, of his unscrupulous brother Sir Leslye, of Robert the irascible Caledonian monk, and how the four of them set out to deliver Jerusalem from the infidel.
Scnpt by Chris Lang. Simon Greenall and Andy Taylor Producer Harry Thompson
Andrew Duncan interviews Hugh Grant
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Sir Giles de Bournville:
Sir Leslye Cadusorthye:
Robert the Brusque:
Last of six biographical portraits of the great names of radio.
RD Smith -A VeryBigGuy. Reggie Smith , the inspiration for his wife Olivia Manning 's portrayal of Guy Pringle in The Fortunes of War, worked forthe BBC for 27 years as a drama and features producer. Humphrey Carpenter investigates his life. Producer Fiona McLean
Three global perspectives presented by William Shawcross.
"If order is created out of chaos, the post-Cold War era is giving us plenty of chaos to work from." - Anthony Lake , US National
The series analyses the post-Cold War world from the three different perspectives of Washington. Brussels and Tokyo. How are these global powers coming to terms with a new world that is far more disorderly than could ever have been imagined? 1: Washington: An Unclear Vision
Producer Jane Beresford
Famous for his soapbox at Speaker's Corner, Lord Donald Soper is a life-long socialist who faced the criticism of his church over his political sympathies. Tonight he talks to Colin Morris about the Labour Party personalities he has known during his remarkable 70-year career - George Lansbury and Aneuran Bevan among them.
with Henry Normal , the enfant terrible of alternative poetry, at the BBC Poetry Festival in Bristol, and acclaimed performance poet Jean "Binta" Breeze at the Galway Festival in Ireland. Producers Viv Beeby and Julian Wilkinson
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