Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into 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
The final part of Mark Tavener 's comedy-thriller set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics. Against the backdrop of an England-Germany World Cup final, the prime minister struggles to survive and lead his party into the imminent general election. with Joanna Monro , Ioan Meredith , Dave Lamb. Chris Pavlo , Stephen Thorne. Sean Baker and Charlotte Green . Music Paul Mottram Producer Paul Schlesinger
DCI Frank Jefferson:
The third of six more editions of the Panel game in which celebrated crime Writers try to find the solution to a Mystery. Chairman Simon Brett challenges crime writers
Sarah Dunant and Keith Miles to solve the Mystery of Daytime Death. With Lee Simpson and Maria McErlane. Producer Ann Jobson
By Katie Hims. Starring Saskia Reeves as Edie/Elenor. Edie works in a library and is terrified of causing a world catastrophe. Her sister-in-law, Lila, thinks she should go out and find a man, but Edie would rather stay in to write a Gothic romance. In fact, Edie would be a library if she could.
Director Kate Rowland
The last of six new investigations the starting-point of which is a piece of intriguing documentary evidence. Chocolate Soldier from the USA
One night in May 1944, Leroy Henry , a black US soldier in Britain, went Awol. He was picked up, accused of rape, found guilty and sentenced to be hanged, even though rape was not a capital offence in Britain. Using the trial transcript and new research from America, George Pixley reveals some disturbing aspects of US military justice in the Second World War. Producer Marc Jobst
The fourth in a six-part serialisation of Stephen King 's chilling novel, dramatised for radio by Gregory Evans. The most shattering of tragedies strikes the Creed family. with Liza Ross , Stuart Milligan , Kerry Shale. Alan Tilvern , Gordon Sterne and Garrick Hagon. Original music composed by David Chilton and Nicholas Russell-Pavier
Director Gordon House
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