In the last of the series, Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from Dr David Cook ,
Janet Daley , Geoffrey Robertson QC and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
Keith Barron and Brigit Forsyth star as David and Ann Marshall in Chris Thompson 's four-part family drama. 2: He's a Sociological Phenomenon Andy has "boomeranged" straight back to the family home - a victim of graduate unemployment. David and Ann see their plans for a comfortable retirement going down the tube. with Debra Penny and Melissa Sinden Director Martin Jameson
By Greg Cullen. A school teacher who has been touched by tragedy makes a stand following an oil tanker disaster. with Kathryn Dimery , Tom Cullen , Leanne Sadler and Phillippa Thomas. Director Alison Hindell
A radio showcase for comedy actress Doon Mackichan.
Join DJ Chantal and a host of local characters as Flush FM broadcasts from a portaloo in Peckham High
Street. With Pam Ferris , Lesley Sharp , Phil Cornwell , Anne Rabbit and Alistair McGowan.
Producer Jon Magnusson
The former British dominions of Australia, New Zealand and Canada are today moving rapidly away from Britain's influence. This three-part series is presented by former prime ministers who outline the dramatic changes that have taken place in their countries.
1: Australia: Up Front Down Under
Malcolm Fraser, Thomas Keneally and Rupert Murdoch discuss the future of Australia.
Producer Rosie Goldsmith
The last of five programmes exploring the lives of twilight creatures.
A Squawk from the Hole.
Joanna Pinnock visits the island of Skomer where, as dusk falls, tens of thousands of seabirds plummet from the sky in search of their homes. Producer Grant Sonnex
Mario Vargas Llosa 's comic novel dramatised in six parts by Lee Hall.
2: Mario's feelings for his aunt take a turn for the better.
Director Sally Avens
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