Eight guest presenters offer a personal point of view.
5: Black on Black. Schoolteacher
Arthur France argues that the school system is failing black children and that the answer is schools where black children learn separately. A Just Radio production
Passi Peter Lovesey 's royal historical whodunit, dramatised in four parts by Geoffrey M Matthews. Bertie the Prince of Wales (and future Edward VII) turns amateur detective again to solve a murder at the Moulin Rouge, aided and abetted by the great Sarah Bernhardt. Director Matthew Walters
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
To mark the 150th anniversary of Elizabeth Fry 's death, Libby Spurrier reappraises the woman who devoted her life to prison reform. Serial: Mrs Frampton (3) For details see Tuesday
Written by and starring Owen Roe as Eugene, whose mother dreamt of him becoming an accordionist. with Des Cave, Sean Campion , Dan Gordon and Lynn Cahill. Music performed by Rod McVeigh Director Pam Brighton Rpt
Pete McCarthy chairs the first of six panel games for impressionists.
With Alistair McGowan , Steve Nallon and their special guests.
Devised by Peter Fincham with additional material by Rob Colley. A Talkback production
Last of the series which throws new light on past events.
White House E-mails. As a collection of declassified messages relating to the Iran-Contra scandal is about to be published, Sue Ellicott logs on to the world of Washington cyberpolitics. Producer Jim Clarke
The terms "left" and "right" are a convenient shorthand for defining political attitudes, but the discrediting of state socialism has begun to paper over the traditional political faultline. Maurice Fraser asks whether new political thinking requires a new set of definitions.
Producer Ingrid Hassler. Rptd Sun 4.15pm TRANSCRIPTS for purchase: contact BBC
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By Sade Adeniran. Funke is reluctant to join her husband on a trip to Nigeria. with Chandra Ruegg. Bola Aiyeola , Cally Clerk Sternberg, Jolade Pratt , Femi Elufowoju ,
Sandra James-Young , Nina Wadia and David Webber. Director Tracey Neale
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