Three excerpts from the diaries of Virgina Woolf, read by Eileen Atkins.
3: The War. The outbreak of the Second
World War and the death of so many of Woolf's contemporaries had a devastating effect on her mental health.
Six new investigations that begin with a piece of documentary evidence. 4: James's Story. Uganda 1981: Plain-clothes men destroyed James's idyllic childhood. They slaughtered his family and their servants. James escaped the killing only to be held in a cell with 20 others for two years. His captors beat him for information about his father's anti-government activities. Finally ransomed, the scarred James attempted to resume a normal life, beginning his O-levels. But the soldiers came looking for him again. Producer Mark Burman
Maurice Denham stars as the doyen of Prior's Heath Golf Club in a series of six stories by PG Wodehouse .
2: Farewell to Legs. With Joe Dunlop, Glynis Brooks, Stephen Kemble and Robert Bathurst.
Dramatised by Edward Taylor, Michael Pointon. Producer Edward Taylor
Ronald Frame's four-part entertainment is set in a luxury hotel in the Scottish Highlands and stars Eliza Langland as Fee and David Rintoul as David.
3: A violinist has stage fright on the eve of the Edinburgh Festival.
Director Patrick Rayner
Paul Gambaccini sees When We Were
Kings, this year's Oscar-winning documentary about Muhammad Ali , and a stage version of Disney's Beauty and the Beast.
Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
John Waite returns with his team to follow up listeners' complaints.
Editor Graham Ellis. Repeated tomorrow 9.05am WRITE TO: Face the Facts, BBC Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Ignatieff presents the last five programmes in the series examining the impact of the last 100 years on people's lives and ideas.
16: Moving. How has mass migration changed people's views of the world and their concepts of home? Producer Nigel Acheson
Eight documentaries made through collaborations between programme-makers from four countries.
1: An Apology. In British Columbia, a woman is raped in her home. During the ordeal, she talks to her attacker.
Two months later, she hears a noise - he has come to apologise. Reporter Tricia Naylor.
Editor Sharon Banoff
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