Michael Buerk chairs the first in a series of live analysis on the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from David Cook , Janet Daley ,
Michael Mansfield QC, and Dr David Starkey.
Producer David Coomes
Mark Tavener's six-part comedy thriller set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics.
Star England striker Danny Mole is the latest victim of the World Cup murderer.
DCI Frank Jefferson:
The first of six more editions of the panel game in which chairman Simon Brett challenges crime writers
Tim Heald and Jessica Mann to solve the mystery of A Murdered Reputation.
With Lee Simpson and Maria McErlane. Producer Ann Jobson
By Greg Cullen. Twelve years ago, the miners returned to work after a year-long strike. But at Tower colliery in South Wales, they refused to take defeat lying down. with Laurence Allan , Jennifer Hill ,
Brian Hibbard. Tessa Gearing, Siriol Jenkins. Eirlys Bellin, Jonathan Chapple and Phil Rowlands Director Alison Hindell Repeat
Paul Allen follows Kathryn Hunter 's creation of a female King Lear in Leicester, and hears a first performance of Roger Garfitt 's Bordersongs - poems engraved in glass, reflecting the story of the Marches. Producer Chris Eldon Lee
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Six new investigations whose starting-point is a piece of intriguing documentary evidence.
4: The Art of the Impossible. George Fischer investigates how in the late eighties the covert political and diplomatic initiatives of a few reform-minded Hungarian Communists played an unforeseen but essential part in the fall of the Berlin Wall. German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscherand Hungarian Prime
Minister Miklos Nemeth recollect their secret meetings and negotiations. Producer Louise Greenberg
While economic debate turns toward encouraging growth and worrying less about inflation, Peter Kellner examines the rise and fall of economic orthodoxies and asks if we really know what works. Producer Michael Blastland
Repeated Sunday 4.15pm
The second in a six-part serialisation of Stephen King 's chilling novel, dramatised for radio by Gregory Evans. with Stuart Milligan , Helen Horton , Alice Arnold and Mark Bonnar. Original music composed by David Chilton and Nicholas Russell-Pavier . Director Gordon House
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