Jeremy Vine chairs a live investigation into questions of morality raised by one of the week's news stories. Witnesses face cross-examination from Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn ,
Michael Mansfield QC and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
Graham Greene 's classic tale set against the background of gangland crime on the prewar Brighton racetracks is dramatised in five episodes by Ken Whitmore.
1: Pinkie Brown sets in motion a devastating struggle between good and evil. with Richard Tate. Colin Pinney and Oona Beeson. Producer John Yorke First broadcast on Radio 5
By Nan Woodhouse. The story of William Shakespeare 's youngest daughter is set in the early 17th century. Judith feels herself to be very much an outsider and yearns to be a part of her father's life. with Andrew Wincott , Jillie Meers , Stephen Critchlow , Ann Beach. Colleen Prendergast and Thomas Connor. Director Tracey Neale
Paul Allen reviews Peter Whelan 's new play Divine Right, directed by Bill Alexander at Birmingham, and a new work by Wallace Shawn , starring Mike Nichols and Miranda Richardson. Plus a preview of the Dennis Potter plays featured on television this weekend. Producer Celia Toynbee. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
By Angela Huth. Life is a whirl of walnut clusters and chocolate cremes for
Avril Mullins. She may have expanded a little, over the years, but who's complaining? Certainly not Jeremy. She is looking forward to his return from work abroad when a stranger calls late at night with unexpected news. Read by Brigit Forsyth. Producer Pauline Harris
A six-part comedy series by Bill Dare. Including bits about sex for those who hate life and death. Starring Robert Duncan and Julia Hills as Radio 4's antidote to Anne and Nick. With Roger Blake , Mark Kilmurry , Sally Phillips and Dan Strauss.
Music by Mark Burton. Producer Pete Sinclair
"It's a dirty, dangerous job." War and unresolved conflicts have left a lethal legacy of land mines around the world. Clearing them has become a new calling. BBC correspondent Brian Barron joins a British-led team of de-miners as they risk their lives in Cambodia. Producer Lucy Cacanas
Punish or Pardon?
All over the world - from Latin America to southern Africa - societies are developing into full democracies after long periods of repression. Should the perpetrators of past political crimes be hunted down and punished, or does future stability call for reconciliation? Roger Crisp examines the competing claims of retribution and forgiveness.
Producer Ingrid Hassler.
Rptd Sun 4.15pm
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Another chance to hear four plays from the 1995 First Bite Young Playwrights Festival.
2: The Thrill of the Chaste.
Craig Baxter 's award-winning play about an immaculate conception. with Geoffrey Leesley , Kim Durham and Tamsin Heatley. Director Brian Lighthill
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