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7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Lavinia Byrne.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
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Chris Dunkley airs listeners' moans, groans and sighs of pleasure for the last time this series.
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The files of six murder cases are reopened to examine possible miscarriages of justice.
1: A Dangerous Reputation. In May 1947, after a robbery at a jeweller's shop, a passer-by was shot and killed while trying to foil the thieves. The police arrested Henry Jenkins and charged him with murder. Written by Matthew Solon and narrated by Robert Kee. with John Evitts , Neville Jason. Gavin Muir , Colleen Prendergast. Geoffrey Whitehead , Jane Whittenshaw and James Telfer. Producer Fiona Couper. Series editor Fiona McLean
From the Dodo Terrace to the Fountain Walk. In a special programme, Wendy Austin explores Mount Stewart garden in County Down. This wonderful collection of exotic plants and imaginative features was created by Edith. Lady Londonderry in the 1920s to reflect her life and times.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical debate in Mold, Clwyd, with panellists Dr Kim Howells MP, Shadow Trade and Industry spokesperson: Ruth Lea , Head of Policy at the Institute of . Directors; author Dr Rosalind Miles ; and Rod Richards MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales. Producer Nadine Grieve
Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Sixjoumalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. 1: Robert Fisk , the Independent's Middle East correspondent, talks about his years of reporting in such a volatile environment.
Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt
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