Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley,
Rabbi Hugo Gryn ,
Michael Mansfield QC and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
David Jason stars as Pop Larkin and Pam Ferris as Ma in Eric Pringle 's six-part dramatisation of H E Bates's novel. 5: There's news that a motorway is to plough through the Larkins' farm. with Claire Oberman. Sheila Keith and Hilda Schroder. Music by Barrie Guard and Pip Burley Director Adrian Bean. An Excelsior production
Film historian John Huntley continues his six-week trek around the sites of Britain's film studios.
5: Shepperton. Run by the Korda brothers in the thirties and forties,
Shepperton Studios is now managed by the Scott brothers - Tony and Ridley. Producer Barry Littlechild
Based on a memoir by John Houseman , Ray Connolly 's play tells the story behind the making of the 1945 film The Blue Dahlia, during which a trust in an English public school background persuaded
Raymond Chandler to risk his life. with Roger May. Jane Whittenshaw. Caroline Strong and Tracy Wiles. Director Martin Jenkins
Cissie his wife:
Paul Allen reviews the British premiere of an acclaimed production of Winterreise by Parisian theatre company Opera Comique and invites special guest Dutch singer-songwriter Mathilde Santing into the studio. Producer Erika Wright. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
A six-part series which gives an insight into people's lives.
2: Comic Belief. Kate and Miles go to an evening class with a difference - they're learning to become stand-up comedians. Reporter Sue Margolis. Producer Sally Flatman
The State of the Nation State
Is the European Union taking on the characteristics of a state? As Europe prepares for the Inter-Governmental Conference, Peter Kellner examines the meaning of nation and patriotism. Producer Ingrid Hassler. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
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In the six weeks leading up to Lent, writers consider the enduring story of Christ's suffering and death.
3: The biographer Humphrey Carpenter contemplates the writers whose portrayals of Jesus became the Gospels. Producer Norman Winter
Marius Brill's four-part comedy-drama series of whodunits, featuring blind detective Jack Dunroody.
Jack is asked to protect a vulnerable abbot.
Thelonius, a monk:
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