A seven-part series following life on campus during nine eventful months at the University of Warwick.
3: Space scientist Sandra Chapman 's research project blows up on the launch pad.
Producer Brian King
Agatha Christie 's famous mystery novel, dramatised in five parts by Michael Bakewell.
4: Poirot is baffled. There has been a murder, but the main suspect couldn't possibly have committed the crime. with Stratford Johns, Robert Portal. loan Meredith, Nicholas Boulton , Christopher Scott and Janet Maw. Director Enyd Williams
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: Gaudy Night (1). Sinister goings on amidst dreaming spires. Sian Thomas reads the first part of Dorothy L Sayers 's gripping detective story in which Harriet Vane and Lord Peter Wimsey strive to unmask the identity of a college's persecutor. Abridged by Meg Clarke.
By Mulk Raj Anand. Bakha, sweeper and latrine cleaner in 1930s India, faces daily humiliation from the high castes. Not allowed to draw water from the well or to stand in a crowd because his touch defiles others, Bakha is forced to accept his fate of being one of India's "untouchables". Adapted by Shaheen Khan and Sudha Bhuchar. Young Bakha DHIRENDRA with Badi Uzzaman. Suchitra Malik , Nitin Chandra Ganatra. Dincsh Shukla. Ronny Jhutti. Sudha Bhuchar. Kaleem Janjua.
Shaheen Khan. Ashwin Bolar. AjayChhabra. Charubala Chokhsi , Steven Deproost. Kriss Dosanjh. Nitin Duggal , Cal McCrystal,
Bhasker Patel. Adlyn Ross. Rehan Sheikh and Anuj Tandon. Musical director Sarvar Sabri Director Kristine Landon-Smith
In a World Tonight special, Simon Dring takes an inside look at the workings of the UN transitional administration in Eastern Slavonia and Jacques Paul Klein 's battle with the forces of hatred and intransigence. Producer Anne Koch
Free for All
Is the National Health Service safe? For decades, governments have poured money into it, but now both
Government and Opposition plan for almost no growth. Andrew Dilnot asks what the future NHS will look like. Producer Michael Blastland Repeated Sunday at 4.15pm
Sharon Gless stars as VI Warshawski in Michelene Wandor 's six-part dramatisation of Sara Paretsky 's novel. 6: Public Health. VI has to employ unusual methods to trap the guilty. with Bill Hootkins , William DuFris. Kerry Shale, John Sharian , Jonathan Adams , Ann Beach and Alice Arnold. Director Janet Whitaker
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