More than half the people who leave prison re-offend within two years. So the statistics say. This series of four programmes followed ten volunteers for two years after they left prison to see how they adapted to life outside. Leaving Prison. Presented by Anna Parkinson.
Producer Anna Parkinson
The medical drama series set on Merseyside. In the second of six episodes, Dr Nasser Khan has a difficult decision to make about HRT treatment and a young man's life is at stake.
Written by Maurice Bessman
A Mersey Televison Company production
Dr Sam Benson:
Sister Bernie Gardner:
Dr Nasser Khan:
This week, the flavour of August 1966 cooked up from a few old Radio Times back issues and a slice of the BBC sound archives. Hosted by Rory McGrath with guests Jon Glover , Sally Grace and Peter Goodwright. Producer Kathy Smith
by Dina Mehta. Convinced that his dutiful wife Sita will remain faithful to him, Ram continues to play the field. But he doesn't bank on the arrival of Dilip ... Read by Vayu Naidu. Producer Rosemary Watts
Last of the comedy series written by and starring Nick Ball as the unemployed son of a high-flying mother. With Louisa Rix as Mum, Robert Harley , Toby Longworth and Julie Gibbs. Producer Gareth Edwards
A picture of American women's lives across the century, encapsulated in one emotional weekend.
Julia Mackenzie travels to Smith College, America's largest women's university, as 2,000 alumnae of all ages return for their class reunions.
Keith Joseph : Ideologist of the Right. In the last of the series looking at the reputations of politicians whose ideas have had an impact on current political thinking, Anthony Howard considers the man credited as Lady Thatcher's intellectual mentor. With contributions from Lady Thatcher, Chris Patten , Enoch Powell , Lord Prior and Lord Tebbit.
Producer Mark Savage. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
Patrick O'Brian 's best-selling
Napoleonic seafaring adventure. In the final episode, the events leading up to the loss of the Sophie are revealed.
With Kristin Milward , Peter Whitman , Dominic Letts. Danny Kanaber. Nic Knight and Gavin Muir. Dramatised by Roger Danes
Music by Roger Danes and Trevor Allan Davies Director Adrian Bean
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