Final episode of Graham Greene 's tale, dramatised by Ken Whitmore.
Ida has almost all the information she needs to put Pinkie behind bars. with Barry J Gordon. Kate Williams. Colin Pinney , David Jarvis and James Taylor. Producer John Yorke. First broadcast on Radio 5
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Call the Woman "s Hour Great Vegetable
Debate on (0171) [number removed]. Short story: William Roberts reads
Heartsongs by Pulitzer Prize winning author E Annie Proulx. UNES OPEN 9.00am
In the first of a six-part series, the worlds of invention, discovery and design come in for quizzical investigation as chairman Chris Stuart is joined at the Science Museum by panellists Sir Lewis Wolpert, Sue Nelson and Johnny Ball. Written and compiled by Crispin Belcher Producer Aled Evans
The Easter 1916 rising by Irish nationalists led by poets and writers failed, but the event became a Nationalist myth. Fintan O'Toole looks at how the myth of Easter 1916 was shaped and how it continues to shape Irish history.
Producer Mary Price Revised
Last of in the series on the Church of England and the State in modem history, written and presented by Anthony Howard.
3: And There's Another Country. When George Carey became Archbishop in 1991, the Church concentrated on setting its own house in order. At the same time Labour politicians began to show a new preoccupation with Christianity. With contributions from George Carey , Michael Tumbull , Tony Blair and Frank Field.
Producer Mark Savage. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
By Nick Fisher. A four-part series about the feisty DSI Julie Enfield.
2: Communicating with the President with Alice Arnold. Paul Panting. Barbara Bames Ann Beach , Kim Wall and John Hollis Director Richard Wortley
DSI Julie Enfield:
DS Lawrence Evans:
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