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In a four-part series, Dr Raj Persaud reveals the secretive world of hostage negotiation and talks to negotiators who have been in high-profile situations. 1: The South Moluccan Train Seige 1977. Two days before the general elections in the Netherlands, a group of young South Moluccans hijacked a train and a school, threatening to kill both children and passengers. Chief negotiator Dr Mulder was at the centre of this volatile situation. Producer Sally Flatman
Three naturalists - Roy Dennis , Robin Crump and Erica Towner - spent the longest day of the year (21 June) - in the wild places that are special to them. Although separated by hundreds of miles, their interwoven experiences create a picture of this nation's history and reflect on its future. Producer Grant Sonnex
In the Countryside
The countryside has been a vital part of British identity and culture, but is being destroyed by urban encroachment, roads and farming practices.
Tim Marlow considers the relationship of Britons to the changing countryside. Producer Anthony Denselow
Shelly King reads a story by Sunetra Gupta , which was specially commissioned to mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of India. In Paris, a father and son are joined by a mysterious ghost. Producer Rani Singh
David Neil Lodge continues to negotiate his route through Europe, towards the Mediterranean with the help of listeners' recommendations.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Nick Clarke chairs a topical discussion in Haltwhistle,
Northumberland, with panellists including John Edmonds of the GMB union, Sir Bernard Ingham , Labour MP Peter Mandelson and Conservative
MP Ann Widdecombe. Producer Anne Peacock
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Marcel Berlins presents the legal magazine programme. Louise Shorter asks: does the new act which criminalises stalking go too far, and does it confer on the government new powers restricting citizens' rights? Producer Simon Coates
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