The fourth of six servings of highlights from the food-and-drink quiz in which
Chris Kelly introduces guests
Oz Clarke , Antony Worrall-Thompson , Jennifer Paterson and Matthew Fort. Producer Richard Wilson Rpt
Sarah Greaves is missing. As a young mother from a stable family she is high on the "at risk" list. Her husband and mother enlist the aid of a helpline.
Director Michael Fox
Written by Elizabeth Baines
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Written and read by Ronan Bennett. "The world divides in two," she said,
"and I sometimes wish I were in your world where you keep your passions under control and your politics where you can see all points of view." "... What's wrong with that?" Producer Pam Brighton
7: Down and Out in Preston. In a church basement in the centre of Preston ex-marine Don Bedson runs a night shelter for the homeless.
Jennifer Holden meets the residents, including an engineer, an 18-year-old girl, an ex-RAF man and a 20-year-old decorator. Producer Chris Kimber
The Pursuit of Happiness
Politicians have assumed that their prime role is to promote economic growth, but mounting evidence suggests that growth does not lead to greater happiness or fulfilment. Geoff Mulgan examines why we are now experiencing a joyless recovery, and asks whether governments need to think harder about how to satisfy the wants and needs of their electors. Postponed from 2 March. Producer Gudrun Dalibor. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
Each week through Lent a leading novelist considers the Gospel accounts of the trial and death of Jesus. 3: David Gemmell
, writer of fantasy novels, encounters an epic tale of good and evil. Producer Norman Winter
by Henry James. The second in a series of three American plays. When a wealthy young New York painter, claiming poverty, declares an undying love for Miriam, she at once sees through his romantic charade.
Dramatised by Stanley Richardson Director Eoin O'Callaghan
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