Conor Gearty chairs the discussion Programme that attempts to find a common ground between two apparently irreconcilable positions.
3: How Common Is Our Ground? Kate Ashbrook , chairwoman of the Ramblers Association, and Martin Gillibrand of the Moorland Association discuss walkers' rights. Producer Paul Quinn
By Barbara Vine (a pen name of Ruth Rendell ), adapted by Nick Fisher. For Jarvis and Busker Tom , the attraction of the old school house is that it's near the underground. For Alice, it's an escape from a painful past. With Elaine Pyke and Alex Lowe. Musicians Polly Hewett , Roland Robert and Christine Messiter. Director Manon Nancarrow
Woman on Train:
Riding high on the success of Waiting to Exhale, the writer Terry McMillan talks to Jenni Murray about romance, success and her new novel How Stella Got Her Groove Back. Serial: Anna Karenina (19) For details see Monday
By Bob Hescott. 1950 - and four
Jewish teenagers remember the night they were rounded up in Prague and kept in the town hall until they could be transported to Auschwitz.
With members of the Nottingham Central Junior Workshop. Director Brian Lighthill
Women in the Police
After a series of high profile sexual harassment cases, Janet Cohen asks why so few woman police officers make their case, in this World Tonight special. She talks to both men and women on the front line of the force as to why attitudes towards female colleagues are so slow to change. Producer Judith Melby
John Tusa continues his personal perspective on the last 100 years. 8: Loving. No century has been able to be so free in its public and private expression of passion as the 20th. Producers Suzanne Levy and Philip Sellars Repeat
Writers best known for creating fiction become reporters for the day. First to take up the challenge is novelist and poet Michele Roberts , whose book Daughters of the House was nominated for the Booker Prize. Producer John Goudie
Mario Vargas Llosa 's comic novel dramatised in six parts by Lee Hall.
5: Mario and Julia's affair spirals out of control.
With Kim Wall , Jonathan Adams , Christopher Scott , Robert Harper , Joanna Monro and Elaine Pyke. Director Sally Avens
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