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What motivates 16 members of the public to give up three weekends, endless evenings, subject themselves to tortuous debate about complex issues, and then get together to write a report on the process overnight? Jez Nelson meets the members of Britain's first Consensus Committee, as he begins a new series on the role of volunteers in science. Who are they, what motivates them, and how valuable is their work? Producer Sue Broom Repeated Wednesday at 11.00pm
R.L. Stevenson's classic novel of adventure and friendship.
David Balfour and Alan Breck have witnessed the murder of the Red Fox at Appin and, suspected of complicity in the crime, they flee across the bare moors.
Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm
by DJ Taylor.
Rangers have had a brilliant Cup run. Now it's the final against Liverpool, and the youngster has a key role in midfield. But then his dad turns up ... Read by William Nighy.
Producer Duncan Minshull Rpt
Good news for Nigel and Lizzie.
Written by Graham Harvey. Director Joanna Toye EditorVanessa Whrtbum. Rptd Monday 1.40pm WHO'S WHO IN AMBRIDGE: for this brief guide to the people and places in Borchester's most famous village, send a cheque/PO for f 1.95 (payable to BBC) to [address removed]
Humphrey Carpenter , author and broadcaster; Sir Peter Parker , businessman; Ann Leslie , journalist, and Terry Waite , tackle the issues raised in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
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