Michael Buerk chairs a live inquiry into the moral issues behind the news.
Witnesses face cross-examination from David Cook , Janet Daley , Michael Mansfield QC and David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
Four ghostly tales by famous women, dramatised by Christopher Hawes.
After a windfall on their American mine, Ned and Mary move to England, but their past is catching up with them.
By Robin Kelly. Tom cryogenically freezes his girlfriend when she is killed. But when he reanimates her with a new heart, she is not the woman that he fell in love with. Director Kristine Landon-Smith Repeat
By Dorothy Schwarz , read by Sion Probert. Every summer, at
Honeybeare Hall, tourists enter the Time Tunnel and travel back centuries, for one weekend. But this year, they get stuck in 1597. Producer Caroline Sarll
The final part of Fintan Coyle and Tom Miles 's comedy.
The first night of Carmen is nigh. The cast's tensions are mounting -
Natasha resorts to verbal abuse, James finds succour in emotional flooding techniques, and Gareth seeks solace in whisky. with Jonathan Kydd and Tom Miles Producer Chris Neill
Biographies in which the private life of a public face is revealed.
T Dan Smith - the Organiser.
Dick Hobbs remembers the life of council leader and entrepreneur T Dan Smith , a man who had a vision to make
Newcastle the "Venice of the North", substituting motorways with canals and high-rises with palaces. But eventually he was sent to prison. His son, Cliff Smith , discusses the corruption that ruined his family life. Producer Matt Bowen
As part of the BBC's Talent 2000, the first of five programmes airing the winners of Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11- to 15-year-olds.
Laxmi Kathuria 's Three F's are football, feminism and forensic pathology. And Barum Jeffreys reveals what it is like to be a boy scout in Northern Ireland. Producer Bella Bannerman
First of five stories about modern life. Navvy. They were originally the men who built the canals - the navigators - and for generations the "Irish navvy" meant cheap labour on the building sites of Britain. Today, the British road construction industry still relies on the skills of Irish labourers, but the modern counterparts now command £1000-a-week pay packets and a lifestyle to go with it. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Five-part epic adventure by SJ Ashford. 2: Deadly Reckonings. Trapped in the church with soldiers at the door, Zorro throws himself on the mercy of Lolita. with Clare Isaac , Dafydd Hywel , John Nicholas , Hywel Morgan. Terry Dauncey and Lyn Hunter Music by Andy Price. Director Foz Allen
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