Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the morality behind the news. Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley, Rabbi Hugo Gryn, Michael Mansfield QC and Dr David Starkey.
Producer David Coomes
by Anita Loos, dramatised in four episodes by Jeremy Front.
The Ritz Hotel, Paris, France. Lorelei and Dorothy have left Piggie and Major Falcon back in London as there isn't anything else to learn there. with John Hartley and Daniel Strauss Director Tracey Neale
By Leonora Brito. In 1950s Cardiff, Grace sang in a trio. But, while she stayed working in a cigar factory, Evelyn, who couldn't sing, became a star. with Treva Etienne. Don Warrington, Lee Farley , Manon Edwards. Helen Griffin and Chris Griffiths. Pianist Matthew Bailey. Director Alison Hindell
Beatlemania continues as Paul Allen visits the Everyman in Liverpool to see Best, a comedy by Fred Lawless. Plus, a review of the English National Opera's production of Puccini's Turandot.
Producer Ann Marie O'Callaghan. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
Andy Hamilton 's six-part comedy series set in Hell. Satan is fed up:
"I'm bored of skiing across the lake of fire with a nun lashed to each foot.
That's the trouble with eternity- it's so hard to set yourself targets." with Philip Pope , Penelope Nice and Jasper Jacob. Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer
Gary, the Demon:
Kevin Jackson explores the history of movie screenwritingfrom the early days of novelists like Tennessee
Williams, F Scott Fitzgerald and Anita Loos , to the more recent writers of Pulp Fiction and Lethal Weapon. Producer Fiona McLean
The Ends of History
Frances Caimcross asks what history is for and, since it can be abused, should we be using history to foster national identity and heal social divisions?
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By Nick Fisher.
DSI Enfield investigates a trail of gruesome murders in London's meat market.
4: A Mushroom Diet. Julie is rescued.
DSI Julie Enfield:
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