Jenni Mills reveals the first of four personal stories behind some of the headlines of the last few years. In August 1994, Pam Caswell was climbing in the Alps with her husband and son. All three fell into a crevasse. Two days later, only two of them were rescued. Producer Sarah Rowlands. Rptd Sun 9.00pm
JOURNEYS INTO SPACE
The third episode in Joe Dunlop 's four-part adaptation of the novel by H G Wells. With James Bolam as Bedford and Donald Sinden as Professor
Cavor. The travellers find something beneath the surface of the moon. with Kerry Shale. Music by Robert Rigby. Director Martin Jameson. A Mr Punch production
Introduced by Jenni Murray. What attracts the hundreds of British women who convert to Islam each year? Mairead Devlin talks to some of those who have taken the yashmak. Serial: Mother of Pearl (11) For details see Monday
William Ingram 's thriller is based on a true-life case. Davie, a young lad from the Welsh mountains, is accused of murdering the fabulously wealthy and kindly Lady White. with John Telfer and Terry Dauncey. Music by Andy Price. Director Foz Allan Rpt
Paul Allen sees Simon Callow 's version of Les Enfants du Paradis at the Barbican Theatre, London, and reflects on everybody's favourite opera - Puccini's La Boheme- as it celebrates its centenary.
Producer Helen Garrison. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
JOURNEYS INTO SPACE
Last episode of the comedy series about the worst airport in Britain. Reg Boyce has gone on a "Racism Awareness" course. With Roger Griffiths , Llewella Gideon , Felix Dexter , Jo Martin ,
Josephine Melville and Eddie Nestor. Producer Gareth Edwards
Breaking In the Boys from "A Company This World Tonightspecial follows the deployment of British soldiers along the battlelines of Bosnia. Simon Dring reports on the five weeks he spent with the men of "A" Company, 2nd Light Infantry, as they struggled with the Balkan winter and a dangerously fragile peace while Nato took over from the UN.
Producer Judith Melby. Editor Anne Koch
Power to the Judges
With both British and European judges increasingly challenging the actions of the government, Ngaire Woods asks what this struggle between the government and the bench means for our society and does it help to secure our rights or just weaken democratic accountability?
ProducerAnthony Dworkin. Rptd Sun 4.15pm Transcripts of Analysis are available for purchase. Contact BBC Newsline, PO Box
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Andrew Wallace 's black comedy about a phone operator's nightmare. with George Allonby , Stephen Critchlow , Zulema Dene , Becky Hindley , Sandra James Young and Geoffrey Whitehead. Director Mairi Russell Rpt
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