Introduced by Jenni Murray. In the genocide of Rwanda, women played their part in the massacre. Lindsey Hilsum considers the women who killed. Serial: Ladder of Years (5) For details see yesterday
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Professor Anthony Clare enters the world of the self-help organisation and voluntary group and asks why so many of them seem to spend so much time fighting each other.
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Richard III talks to Eeyore and Oedipus shares confessions with Captain
Haddock. Outrageous parody, biting wit and original writing from
Roger McGough , Miles Kington , Mark Thomas and Dillie Keane in a six-part series of a new irreverent literary game. Chaired by Barnsley poet Ian McMillan. Producer Marc Jobst
Written and presented by Elizabeth Cook. The poet John Keats 's brief blazing life began 200 years ago in London on 31 October, 1795. This dramatic exploration of crucial events in the poet's life, as experienced through his letters, features Michael Maloney as the voice of Keats. Producer Michael Earley
With DaireBrehan. In the first of three features about a couple about to retire after 27 years farming in the north Pennines, Mark Holdstock meets Frank and Nancy White. Editor Sharon Banoff
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By Gillian Tindall. Her old home is now a museum, a ghostly reflection of its former self, but she remembers way, way back - to how it used to be when she lived there. Read by Linda Polan. Producer Lucy Hackney. Rptd next Saturday
Linda Mitchell presents a six-part series of the magazine which highlights issues relating to the lives of black and Asian people in Britain, beginning with a visit to the Africa Centre in London's Covent Garden. What have been the achievements of the current "Africa
95" season? An invited panel and audience share theirthoughts.
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Each weekday night in the run-up to the announcement of this year's Booker Prize winner on Tuesday 7
November, an extract is read from one of the five shortlisted novels. Tonight, The Ghost Road by Pat Barker. Producer David Hunter
Last of the series in which European travel writers make an exploration of our culture and landscape.
On the Edge - The British by the Sea. Italian journalist Beppe Severgnini returns to Eastbourne, where he spent the summer of 72 as a teenager. Producer Kate McAII Rpt
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