Charles Kennedy MP meets the passengers and staff who will be sharing his journey home from Westminsterto Inverness on the Royal Highlander overnight rail sleeper service. Producer Malcolm Brammar. Rptd Sun 5.00pm
Jenni Murray meets Iris Williams , the singer made famous by the song He
Was Beautiful. Short story: Heartsongs from the short story collection of the same title by E Annie Proulx. Read by Bill Roberts and abridged by Di Speirs.
Falklands commando Hugh McManners discovers how psychologists have refined the art of battle.
2: Psychological Weapons. From the kamikaze pigeon to the "psyops gun", Plus the latest from the US Psychological Warfare HQ in North Carolina. Producer Andrew Johnston Repeated tomorrow 7.45pm
by Mohammed Azhar and Vipul Solanki. With Andrew Rajan as Salim and Madhav Sharma as Mr Choudary. Salim has a problem. He fancies Jane, a cashier at Safebury's, the local hypermarket. But his father, who owns a small cash and carry, has declared a price war on his giant rival. Whose side is Salim on? Director Peter Kavanagh
Written and read by Joseph O'Connor. "Mr God. Eddie Virago. The kind of guy I tried to hang around with at college. It's just that I knew that secretly we embarrassed the hell out of each other". Producer Michael Quinn
Edith Wharton 's novel, dramatised in six parts, with Andrew Wincott as Newland Archer , Suzanne Bertish as Ellen Olenska and Cathryn Harrison asMayWelland.
1: Newland, just engaged to May, finds himself drawn to her exotic cousin, the Countess Olenska, whose independent spirit is creating ripples on the formal surface of 1870s New York society.
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2: Paris. The BBC's Paris
Correspondent, Kevin Connolly , finds his adopted city has been both admired and disparaged by letter writers for centuries. Queen Victoria, Dickens and Henry James find plenty of good things to write home about, while Mozart and Walpole are a little less complimentary. Producer Kate Whitehead Rpt
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