Jenni Mills reveals four personal stories behind some of the headlines of the last few years.
2: In April 1995, Kevin Callan was released from prison, having spent four years in jail for a murder he did not commit - that of his own step-daughter.
Producer Sarah Rowlands. Rptd Sun 9.00pm
JOURNEYS INTO SPACE
The last episode of Joe Dunlop 's adaptation of the novel by H G Wells. With James Bolam as Bedford and Donald Sinden as Professor Cavor. Bedford and Manson must learn to fly the sphere or be exiled for ever. with Jilly Bond , Robert Whelan and Nick Mercer. Music by Robert Rigby. Director Martin Jameson. A Mr Punch production
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
An oracular tongue and a nice derangement of epitaphs. As Maureen Lipman launches a reincarnation of Mrs Malaprop, in a new production of Sheridan's The
Rivals, Kathleen Griffin considers the appeal of this much-loved and most British comic creation.
Serial: Jennifer Ehle begins a 12-part reading of Cause Celeb by Helen Fielding, abridged by Jane Marshall.
By Tanika Gupta. Madhu and her friend Eva visit the Ananda Hotel in Puri, India, at her father's request. But where are the other guests? Jogu BHASKER with Shireen Shah. Urbi Basu and Madhukar Kothare. Director Tanya Nash
Simon Cadell begins a two-part reading of Alasdair Gray 's modern romance, which crosses the borders of class and culture. "I don't think the tension is as Scottish-English as it looks. It's just bloody British." Producer Pam Fraser Solomon Rpt Part 2 tomorrow at 4.45pm
John Morton 's six-part comedy series in which hapless broadcaster
Roy Mallard , played by Chris Langham , sets out to give an impression of the day-today details of ordinary occupations. 1: The Farmer with Alice Arnold. Siriol Jenkins and Robert Bathurst. Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt
Dirt across the Border
Environmental pollution is increasingly a global issue - countries cannot protect themselves from the polluter next door. But what can be done to raise standards and who should pay for it?
Frances Caimcross asks whether some countries can force others to clean up. Producer Ingrid Hassler. Rptd Sun 4.15pm Transcripts of Analysis are available for purchase. Contact BBC Newsline, PO Box
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Anne Hashmi 's radio play is the story of a woman struggling to find her identity. with Peter Guinness. Rupert Degas and Tessa Wojtczak. Director Tim Crook Rpt
Deep husky woman:
Aggressive young man/ Meek boy:
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