Jenni Mills reveals four stories behind the headlines of the last few years.
3: In May 1992, Monika Kocanekgave birth to a baby girl. The baby's father was a Catholic priest in Bedfordshire.
Producer Sarah Rowlands. Rptd Sun 9.00pm
David Jason stars as Pop Larkin , and Pam Ferris as Ma, in Eric Pringle 's six-part dramatisation of the novel by H E Bates.
1: Life in the Larkin household revolves around a diet of rich food and drink. Music by Barrie Guard and Pip Burley Director Adrian Bean. An Excelsior production # The perfick couple: page 6
Set in the middle of the last century, this play by the late Peter Luke tells the true story of how the Papal Swiss Guard came into being. with Geoffery Whitehead , David Collings , Sean Barrett , John Turner , Stephen Critchlow ,
John Hartley and David Timson. Director Glyn Dearman
Pope Gregory XVI:
Rabbi Moise Beer:
By Rhys Davies. Lewis the Hearse's wife leaves him for another man and, from that day on, he vows never to bury a woman again: "To vex the women of the world is my intention." Read by Sion Probert. Producer Caroline Sarll
A six-part comedy series in which broadcaster Roy Mallard, played by Chris Langham, sets out to give an impression of life in different occupations. Written by John Morton Producer Paul Schlesinger (Repeat)
David Lawrence/Neil Thompson:
Jane Waterford/Mrs Princep:
Lissadell, on the Atlantic margins of County Sligo, is one of the great houses of Ireland. Built in the years preceding the Famine, it has been home to the Gore-Booth family ever since. Ray Goslingjoins Josslyn Gore-Booth behind the doors of the big house. Producer Alastair Wilson Rpt
Old habits of working and living together are retreating before profound economic and technological change. In the first of two programmes about the economics of cooperation, Andrew Dilnot asks whether it's an asset or a liability in the workplace.
Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sun 4.15pm Transcripts of Analysis are available for purchase. Contact BBC Newsline, PO Box
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The Times cartoonist Mel Calman, who died two years ago, left a final play for radio in which all of a man's body parts rise up to resist his heart attack. With Richard Griffiths as the Brain.
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