Michael Buerk chairs an investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from Cristina Odone ,
Rabbi Hugo Gryn and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
The final episode of Maeve Binchy's novel, dramatised by Jane Cassidy , with David Soul as Patrick O'Neill. With the opening of the new hotel insight, Patrick has almost realised his dream. But Kate's compensation case is looming and Kerry's gambling has further estranged father and son. with John Hewitt , Trevor Moore , Paddy Scully , Anthony Finigan , Ken Farmer , Helen Norton , Marie Jones. Ray McBride. Ian McElhinney and Gordon Fulton. Music by Jane Cassidy , performed by Rod McVey and Kate O'Bnen. Director Pam Brighton
Introduced by Jenni Murray. As the Keep Fit Association celebrates its
40th year, Karen Deco reports on how a health regime spawned an industry. Serial: Shirley Williams : Snakes and Ladders, a Political Diary 4:A Little LearningFor details see Monday
Patrick Hannan chairs the light-hearted political quiz with team captains Michael White and Austin
Mitchell MP, and guests Michael Dobbs and Alex Salmond MP.
Written by Michael Dines. Producer Ann Jobson
Peter Tinniswood 's celebration of the great days of radio, with Billie Whitelaw. Eighty-year-old Winifred Leslie , the grande dame of radio drama, lives alone and thinks she is forgotten. Her only companion in life is an old Bakelite wireless, which answers her back and is played by Christian Rodska. But then she is offered a part by a young producer.... Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Paul Allen reports on Martin Guerre , a new musical from the authors of Les
Miserables, and sees Derek Jacobi in Uncle Vanya at the Chichester Festival Theatre.
Producer Matthew Dodd. Rvsd rpt at 9.30pm
Final part of Paul Shearer and Richard Turner 's comedy drama series, starring Douglas Hodge , Amanda Root and Paul Bigley as Giles, Judith and David. Christmas in Hell. With Caroline
Langrishe, Jacqueline Beatty , Pip Torrens , Patience Tomlinson and David Timpson.
Music by Pete Baikie. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Three programmes in which people revisit places where they have lived in the past and that have profoundly influenced their lives.
2: Artist Ida Almaddin fled her native Lebanon at the outbreak of civil war in 1976. She returned in May this year, just days after the Israeli attacks, and was reunited with her family. Producer Anthony Denselow
All Soundbites and Fury?
How far do newspapers, radio and television set the agenda in politics, or dictate what is acceptable in terms of sex and violence? Geoff Mulgan asks whether the media misuse their power.
Producer Ingrid Hassler.
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