2: Shock Jocks. They're rude, they're Crude, they're lewd - they're the shock Jocks. Simon Fanshawe looks at the cult of aggressive phone-in hosts. Producer Miriam Akhtar
Repeated New Year's Day 6.15pm
Final part. Hercule Poirot is ready to reveal the identity of the murderer.
by Joan Aiken
This acclaimed historical novel is set in an England overrun by wolves. At the grand house of Willoughby Chase, Sylvia and Bonnie struggle to escape the clutches of their evil governess, Miss Slighcarp.
Lady Green/Mrs Brisket:
Back to basics, sleaze, the IRA ceasefire, the royal family - during
1994, the panellists on Any
Questions?discussed the topical, ethical and humorous.
Jonathan Dimbleby looks back at the year.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
A tale of seasonal misery written and read by Ronnie Knox-Mawer .
"Father was a large and flatulent man in a wing collar. His twin pursuits were bee-keeping and rat-poisoning. Our icy Victorian house echoed to the sound of bronchitic coughing and the ideas of JohnKnox...."
Producer Alastair Wilson Revised
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