Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news stories.
Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Michael Mansfield QC and Professor Roger Scruton.
Producer David Coomes
A six-part series created and written by Jim Eldridge. Starring Karl Howman as Mr Sims and James Grout as Mr Beeston the Head Teacher.
3: Beginnings and Endings. Mr Holliday returns to a day of drama. with Vivenne Martin , Paul Copley , Deirdre Costello. Moya O'Shea and Ian Gostling Producer John Fawcett Wilson Rpt
Peter Hobday is joined by guests Francis Wheen, Susan Jeffreys, Lynne Truss and Graham Norton for the panel game about word origins in which they guess the meaning behind odd words from Shakespeare, find the people behind eponyms and discuss good and bad chat-up lines.
By Patrick Cumper. When romantic novelist Ellen retreats to the country to write, she is unwittingly torn between two neighbours: Maureen, a sherry-drinking committee chairperson, and Carita, bawdy nude sunbather.
Director Michelle Matherson Frederick
Norwich proudly opens the doors of its new Playhouse with a production of Tom Stoppard 's Jumpers starring
Timothy West. Paul Allen takes a look behind the scenes of this new regional repertory theatre. Plus a preview of the best of radio over Christmas.
Producer Abigail Appleton. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
Andy Hamilton 's six-part comedy. 5: Gary leads a demon rebellion against the Prince of Darkness. with David Swift , Philip Pope , Michael Fenton Stevens, Penelope Nice and Nigel Pegram Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer
Gary the demon:
Every year, over 600,000 Britons leave on a journey of no return. Harry Thompson embarks on a personal voyage of discovery and concludes that going up in smoke could lead him to virtual immortality.
Producers Dave Sheasby and Gaynor Vaughan Jones
Actress and author Rosamund Browne
shares her experiences as a child with cerebral palsy growing up in postwar Britain. Her story poses the question of whether today's disabled children fare any better. Presented by Frederick Dove.
Producer Marlene Pease
3: The Jar. Charlie buys a jar from the carnival and suddenly his house and wife are the centre of attention. with Paul Jenkins, Bob Sherman, John Hartley, Helen Horton, Carole Boyd, David Collings and Ray Shell. Dramatised by Brian Sibley Director Martin Jenkins
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