Chris Dunkley airs your comments on BBC programmes and policy. A Brian Lapping production
Repeated Sunday at 6.15pm
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Palestine came under British mandate rule after the defeat of the Ottoman Turks in the First World War. But during the war the British Government had promised support for the creation of a homeland for the Jews in Palestine. The impossibility of keeping the promise while safeguarding the rights of the Arabs soon became clear. It was left to the British-led Palestine police to try to stop Arab-Jewish violence. In the end, both sides turned on the British, leaving the police "caught in the middle."
(Repeated Wednesday at 11.00pm)
It's a clear day at Brookfield ...
Written by Louise Page. Director Keri Davies Producer Vanessa Whitburn Repeated Monday at 1.40pm
Miles Kington, columnist and writer, Jonathon Porritt , environmentalist, and Dr David Starkey , historian and broadcaster, tackle the issues raised in Dartington, Devon.
Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
A Burning Sound: the Poetry of David Gasgoyne
When he was 16, in 1932, David Gasgoyne published his first book of poems; a year later his novel appeared, and in 1935 his book on surrealism. He moved to Paris where he was friends with Salvador Dali , Andre Breton ,
Max Ernst and Paul Eluard. He talks to
Sean Street about his work and life.
Repeated from Saturday at 7.20pm
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