Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Edward Pearce and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
A six-part drama series by Alison Leonard about the life of a woman priest. 4: Visions of Angels. Adam sees angels. Is he mad, or is he a visionary? Director Alison Hindell
The third of six servings of highlights from the food-and-drink quiz in which Chris Kelly introduces Oz Clarke ,
Antony Worrall-Thompson , Jennifer Paterson and Ursula Ferrigno. Producer Richard Wilson Rpt
by Greg Cullen. Ten years ago the miners returned to work after a year-long strike. But at Tower Colliery in South Wales they refused to be defeated.
Director Alison Hindell
Paul Allen reviews Patricia Highsmith 's last novel, Howard Barker 's current play and the very latest from the Bard - Titus Andronicus in its Arden third edition. And, if you can believe it, Karaoke Macbeth !
Producer Chris Eldon Lee. Revised rpt 9.30pm
Rve stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week.
4: Bertram's Funeral by Allan Massie. Feed the cat, have a quick gin. Then it's off to pay some last respects. Read by David Burke.
Producer Duncan Minshull Rpt
A black-hole comedy by Colin Swash. 2: Norman and Max are welcomed by the incurably friendly Oblivions and are soon offering them priceless gifts.
Producer Richard Wilson
6: The Light and the Darkness War. "if you're fighting a war, what does your army need before anything? Good intelligence." Gerry Gable has spent the best part of his life exposing the activities of the far right in the pages of Searchlight, the international anti-fascist monthly magazine he edits. Producer Mark Burman
The Human Factor
An understanding of people's behaviour is central to public debate on issues ranging from welfare to education and even economic policy. But how much is understood about why people behave as they do, and can new research further that understanding? Denys Blakeway examines the debate over human nature and its implications for public policy.
Producer Anthony Dworkin. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
Each week through Lent a leading novelist considers the Gospel accounts of the trial and death of Jesus. 2Jill Paton Walsh , the Booker Prize nominee and children's author who describes herself as a "life-long lapsed Catholic. Producer Phil Pegum
by Mark Twain. A comic fable in two parts. 1: "The creature says its name is Eve.... Says it is to call it when I want it to come. I said it was superfluous then." Read by Patrick Barlow. Producer Alexa Moore Rpt
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