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The files of six murder cases are reopened to examine possible miscarriages of justice.
4: A Second Chance. When a Liverpool cinema is raided in 1950 a cashier is shot dead. Written by Matthew Solon and narrated by Robert Kee. with Ann Beach , Keith Drinkel. Peter Gunn ,
Colleen Prendergast. John Webb and Geoffrey Whitehead. Producer Matt Thompson Series editor Fiona McLean
Ross Heilbron KC:
In 1870, hop cultivation accounted for 29,000 hectares of land in the UK. Today, the figure is 3,088. So how does the future look for one of our most traditional industries.
Producer Paul Kobrak. Rvsd rpt Mon 7.20pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical debate in Homby, near Lancaster, with Kamlesh Bahl , chairwoman of the Equal Opportunities Commission; the Rt Hon Tony Benn MP: the Rt Hon
Norman Lamont MP: and Liz Lynne MP. Producer Nadine Grieve. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. 4: The BBC's Southern Africa correspondent, George Alagiah. Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt
A three-part satirical sketch show about the Mammon Corporation.
2: With the dust settling on the Scott Report, it's business as usual as the Mammon Corporation markets its new, improved non-lethal range of machine parts.
Written by Barry Atkins , Will Buckley ,
Nick Hildred and David Spicer. Producer Aled Evans Repeated tomorrow at 6.25pm
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