Conor Gearty chairs the discussion programme that attempts to find a common ground between two apparently irreconcilable positions.
2: Strike Out. John Edmonds , general secretary of the GMB, and economist and government adviser Professor
Patric Minford discuss the importance of trade unions. Producer Paul Quinn
Keith Barren and Brigit Forsyth star as David and Ann Marshall in the last part of Chris Thompson 's family drama. 4: The Best Dad in the World. Sarah leaves Mark Newsome , which resurrects some dangerous ghosts for Ann. with Melissa Sinden and Jon Culshaw Director Martin Jameson
By John Pilkington. An illuminating insight into the life, hopes and fears of the remarkable Alfred Nobel. with Chris Pavlo. Raquel Cassidy , Jonathan Adams. Keith Drinkel , Robert Harper , Joanna Monro ,
Christopher Scott. Sean Baker and Amanda Gordon Director Cathryn Horn
The last in a three-part series presented by former prime ministers of Britain's dominions who outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in their countries over the last decade.
3: Canada: Maple Leaf Blues? Kim Campbell talks to Jean Chretien and fellow Canadians about self-determination.
Producer Rosie Goldsmith. Revised repeat
John Tusa continues his personal perspective on the last 100 years. 7: Killing. A moving and sometimes harrowing exploration of the lessons learned from the human slaughter that has taken place this century.
Producers Suzanne Levy and Philip Sellars Repeat
In the second of two programmes,
Daphne Glazer looks back over a lifetime spent teaching in further education. Hull. Life in the leaking and eccentric annexes of the city's Further Education College.
Producer Amanda Mares
Mario Vargas Llosa 's comic novel dramatised in six parts by Lee Hall. 4: Pedro's soap operas cause a diplomatic incident.
Director Sally Avens
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