4: Little Tibet. The Dali Lama is a leader with a government and an electorate but no land to govern. For
35 years since the occupation of Tibet by the Chinese, the Tibetans have lived in isolated groups around the world. A team of Oxbridge students travels to one of these cut-off communities in northern India to find out how the young Tibetans see their future today. A Revolution Recordings production Repeated Sunday at 5.00pm
Geoff Watts reports on the health of medical care - from the research laboratory and the operating theatre to the dentist's chair and the GP's surgery. Producer Paula McGrath
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45pm
Frank Delaney presents the series about words. 2: A Bath of Language. What lies behind those splendid facades? Was Jane Austen right, or Richard Brinsley Sheridan ?
Contributors talk about the language of England's most popular 18th-century city.
Producer Piers Plowright
In an edition focusing on the 40s, Paul Vaughan sees Noel Coward 's play Peace in Our Time, an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, and Anthony Tudor 's ballet Pillar of Fire at the Birmingham Royal Ballet. Producer Robyn Read
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
An opportunity to hear five stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week.
2: Heroin Man by Tom Drury. He drives an orange pick-up truck through the green mountains. He delivers oil. His customers are strange types ... Read by William Hootkins. Producer Duncan Minshull
Nigel Cassidy chairs the business game with industrial intrigue, infighting, and idiocy. Taking part in the financial fisticuffs are Peter Day , Howard Hodgson , Alastair Ross Goobey and Nigel Whittaker. Producer Neil Koenig
Six programmes examingthe role of secret intelligence services in the post-Cold War world.
2: "And we shall know the truth ... and the truth shall set you free".
Christopher Andrew visits Washington DC to find out how the CIA is coping with the new world disorder.
Producer Dennis Sewell
Presented by Peter White.
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Producer Dave Harvey
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4: The Beaten Track. Fergal Keane , The Royal Television Society's journalist of the year, hosts an edition comprising reports from areas ravaged by conflict and clinging to tenuous peace. With features from Rwanda, Yugoslavia and Beirut. Producer Noah Richler Rpt
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