Before moving to his new post in Paris, the BBC's Moscow correspondent Kevin Connolly visits Norilsk, the Arctic city built by prisoners which has become a prison for those who live there.
Producer Tony Grant. Repeated Sunday 6.15pm
Chris Andrew spots the role of the Plague in the creation of the health service, finds out about the history of swimwear and ends this present series by discovering how the story of the last 500 years in Britain can be told through a pint of beer.
Producer Ian Bell. Rptd Wednesday 11.00pm
Louisa Buck reports on the highlights from this year's Dublin Theatre Festival and on a new exhibition at the Irish
Musuem of Modern Art, which features work from both ends of the century. Producer Anthony Denselow
by Dean Hawksley.
Timothy has big problems. He's fat, he's having a hard time at school, his Mum is worried about him, as only mothers can be, and his Dad's best Tom Jones record is broken.
Read by Alex Langdon. Producer Paul Dodgson Rpt
An ultimatum from Pat.
Written by Simon Frith. Director Alec Reid
EditorVanessaWhitburn. Rptd Monday 1.40pm ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to
Robin Cook , MP, Shadow Trade and Industry Secretary;
Professor Peter Hennessy , Professor of Contemporary History, Queen Mary and Westfield
College, University of London; Rt Hon John Redwood , MP, Welsh Secretary: and DrAnn Robinson, Head of Policy Unit, Institute of Directors, tackle the issues raised this week in Lytham St Anne 's, Lancashire.
Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
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