Does Britain's future really lie with Europe? Families throughout Britain say what they think about single currencies, social chapters and Brussels, and presenter Vivian White puts their concerns to the policy advisers who have helped shape the election manifestos. Producer Sue Davies
By Colette. In this new dramatisation by Ayshe Raif , 15-year-old Gigi is being groomed in the art of being a mistress by her doting grandmother and wealthy aunt. Becoming a sophisticated coquette is no easy task, but innocence is her trump card in the jaded world of the Parisian demimonde. with Elizabeth Mansfield and Tracey-Ann Oberman. Director Claire Grove
The last of four programmes.
The Frozen Heart of the Sixth Army
Kevin Toolis explores the experiences of Germans facing disillusionment in the dying years of the Third Reich.
Producer Kate McAII. Rptd tomorrow 8.30pm
The first of eight programmes on people who have had songs written for or about them.
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. Lucy Vodden was at nursery school when her friend Julian drew a portrait of her and showed it to his father John Lennon, inspiring an anthem for the acid generation. Presented by Kate Saunders. Producer Joanna Rahim
Walter Mosley talks to John Harvey about his fictional detective Easy Rawlins and Gone Fishin', the previously unpublished first novel in his famous series of books. Producer Alison Perks
Repeated Friday 9.30pm
By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Five classic mysteries starring and . 1: The Illustrious Client. A society beauty needs to be rescued from the lecherous clutches of one of the worst men in Europe.
Violinist Leonard Friedman. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Director Patrick Rayner Repeat
Sir Arthur Conan
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