With Anna Ford and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Lionel Blue.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
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Last of the series which reopens the files of murder cases to examine possible miscarriages of justice.
The Case of Lock Ah Tam. In 1920s
Liverpool, Lock Ah Tarn was known as a businessman and leader of the Merseyside Chinese community. Then, one night, he summoned the police to confess to the murder of his wife and two daughters. Written by Rib Davis and narrated by Robert Kee. with Jonathan Adams. Peter Gunn.
Neville Jason , Peter Kenny , Paul Panting and Colleen Prendergast. Producer Fiona Couper Series editor Fiona McLean
Lock Ah Tarn:
Novelist Stevie Davies tells Shahnaz Pakravan why, for her fifth novel, she's turned to Emily Bronte for inspiration. Short story: Aubade: the Maggots of Enlightenment by Fiona Cooper. Read by Liza Ross and abridged by Julie Batty.
Tim Marlow considers the history of British art- as presented in a new television series. Plus Niamh Cusack in As You Like It- the first production in the Royal Shakespeare Company's new season at Stratford. Producer Anthony Denselow
It's good to talk.
Written by Caroline Harrington. Director David Ian Neville. Editor Vanessa Whitburn Repeated Monday at 1.40pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical debate in Stockton-on-Tees with panellists Lord Holme of Cheltenham, the Liberal Democrats' Northern Ireland spokesperson;
Genista Mclntosh , executive director of the Royal National Theatre; Estelle Morris MP, a member of Labour's education team; and Steven Norris MP, undersecretary of state for the Department ofTransport. Producer Nadine Grieve.
Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Charles Wheeler concludes the series in which journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial
Prize recount the experiences that have most affected them while covering world events. Wheeler talks about his coverage of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising as a producer for the BBC's Panorama.
Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt
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