Last of the series in which guest presenters offer a personal point of view. Wasted Aid. David Godfrey , director of the Rossing Foundation, argues that donating to charities to feed Africa is a waste of money. A Bell Radio production
In the last episode of Peter Lovesey 's historical whodunit, Bertie seems as far away as ever from solving the murder at the Moulin Rouge. with Stephen Critchlow. Tessa Worsley , Olivier Pierre and Geoffrey Whitehead Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters
Introduced by Jenni Murray. What made Jackie Onassis the icon of her age? Mary Ambrose talks to those who knew her and those who worshipped from afar.
Serial: Ladder of Years (7) For details see Monday
By David Gooderson. It is spring 1918 and the Allies are in retreat. The military authorities summon a priest, Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy , to restore morale. He does this with manic enthusiasm, but three years later on Armistice Day he denounces the war as madness. The true story of "Woodbine Willlie". with Stephen Thorne. David King. John Hollis , Michael Onslow. Malcolm Ward. James Taylor , Tom Bevan , Nicholas Murchie and Kim Wall Director Richard Wortley Rpt
Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy:
Pete McCarthy chairs the panel game for impressionists. With
Alistair McGowan , Steve Nallon and guests. Devised by Peter Fincham with additional material by Rob Colley. Producer Sioned Wiliam
A Talkback production
Evelyn Glennie introduces a unique musical extravaganza in which animals from all over the world perform at the Royal Albert Hall. Priorto the concert, Fergus Keeling joins the orchestra of bats, birds, whales, fish and insects. Music composed by David King Producer Sarah Blunt
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In Private Hands
Privatisation was one of the key elements ofThatcherism. But today, many privatised utilities are embroiled in controversies over directors' pay, windfall profits and lack of competition. Peter Kellner investigates.
Producer Anthony Dworkin. Rptd Sun 4.15pm Transcripts of Analysis are availabte for purchase. Contact BBC Newsline, PO Box 5080. London W12 6AJ or phone (0181) [number removed]for details
A six-part series of specially commissioned letters from leading writers in different African countries. 2: Letter from Malawi. Jack Mapanje, poet and former political prisoner, assesses Malawi's prospects after 30 years under Hastings Banda 's rule. Producer Constance St Louis
DSI Enfield returns in Nick Fisher's five-part crime drama follow-up to Terminus, with new investigations into a trail of gruesome murders in London's meat market.
Filth and Fat and Blood and Foam with Don McCorkindale, Linda Regan, David Bannerman, Jilly Bond, John Hollis and Stephen Thorne.
DSI Julie Enfield:
DS Lawrence Evans:
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