A six-part series in which Matthew Engel charts 100 years in the history of popular daily newspapers from 1896-1996. 3: Sex, Sensation, Heroism and Pets:The Mirror's Winning Formula. The
Daily Mirrorbecame the paper of the "demob generation", with a punchy new style of tabloid journalism which made it the world's biggest-selling English-language daily newspaper. Producer Andy Denwood
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Serial:
Seesaw. Helen Bourne reads the first episode of Deborah Moggach 's story, abridged in 12 episodes by Meg Clarke. "When Hannah is kidnapped in Camden Market, life will never be the same for her, her family or her kidnappers." Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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Ned Sherrin hosts the general-knowledge music quiz with contestants
' Peter Hodgeman from London,
Margaret Thomas from Rugely and Michael Wareham from Edinburgh.
Producer Stephen Doherty. Rptd Wed 6.30pm
By Jane Campion and Kate Pullinger. A three-part dramatisation by Michelene Wandor.
2: A Foreign Land. Ada McGrath awaits the husband she has never met. with Robert James and Crawford Logan. Original music by Anthea Gomez , played by the composer and Christian McKay. Director Sue Wilson
Loosely based on historical fact, Jean Binnie 's play explores the venomous atmosphere surrounding the building of the dome of Rorence cathedral. with Derek Waring , Oliver Senton. Joshua Towb. Don McCorkindale , Ian Masters , Danny Kanaber and Gavin Muir. Director Martin Jenkins Rpt
A six-part drama series by Alison Leonard about a woman priest. 4: Visions of Angels with Simon Ludders , Oliver Senton , Michael Povey , Dafydd Wyn Roberts and Nia Davies Director Alison Hindell
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