An eight-part series in which a guest presenter offers a personal point of view. 7: Green Light for Red. Birmingham community spokesman John d'Espinay argues that brothels should be legal. A Capron production
Peter Lovesey's royal historical whodunit.
3: Bertie the Prince of Wales is bewildered by the lack of a motive for the murder at the Moulin Rouge. with Zulema Dene , Tracy Wiles , Diana Payan , Tessa Worsely , Linda Regan and Stephen Critchlow. Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews. Director Matthew Walters
Tamara Griffiths 's play takes the form of a documentary tackling one of the most controversial issues of modem times - genetic engineering - and exploring the fine line between fact and fiction where science and morality clash. With Sue Johnston,
Andrew Schofield , Amelia Bullmore , Sharon Muircroft , John Padden , John Griffin ,
Ken Bradshaw , Laura Richmond , John Jardine and Jeffrey Robert. Producer Kate Rowland
Worn out, out of touch, irrelevant - the stock of politics and politicians is low and falling. Does this amount to a crisis of legitimacy for mainstream British politics? Geoff Mulgan asks whether our own changing values are the chief cause of political alienation. Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sun 4.15pm Transcripts of Analysis are available for purchase. Contact BBC Newsline, PO Box
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A six-part series of specially commissioned letters from leading writers in different African countries.
Letter from South Africa. Nobel Prize-winner Nadine Gordimer marks the changes taking place in her homeland. Producer Constance St Louis
A musical play composed and written for radio by Lance Croft. Pete shares a room with his only friend, a spider.
Musicians Melanie Bush , Gordon Campbell ,
Herbie Rowers , Simon Gunton , Anne Morfee , Kate Musker. Dai Pritchard , MissakTakoushian, David Trigwell and Mark Warman. Director David Hunter
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