Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation 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
The last of four ghostly tales by women, dramatised by Christopher Hawes. Mrs Drover nervously returns to her old London house in the Blitz to discover a letter on the hall table.
By Peter Moffat. George Guthrie has dedicated his life to his lover, the celebrated artist Robert Glasgow , but at a price. When Glasgow dies, the glowing obituaries make no mention of this hidden relationship.
Director Cathryn Horn
Kaleidoscope Goes Home
Paul Allen grew up in Canterbury, where he first read Orwell and became interested in the theatre.
Now based in Sheffield, Paul uses both his homes to retrace his cultural roots. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
The French Collection
By Colette, translated by Matthew Ward , read by Greta Scacchi.
Valentine's lover prefers her to be adorned and made-up rather than naked and natural, leading to some frank observations from Colette on a woman's fixation with personal appearance.
Producer Gemma Jenkins
A six-part comedy series by Bill Dare , starring Robert Duncan and Jan Ravens as Radio 4's antidote to Anne and Nick. Mike and Sue ponder the future and grapple with relationships. with Roger Blake , Bill Dare , Alistair McGowan and Sally Philips
Music by Mark Burton. Producer Jo Clegg
Six biographies in which the private life of a public face is revealed.
5: Peter Is My Rock. They met at a lunch party in 1937 and stayed together for 40 years.
Humphrey Carpenter presents a portrait of the tenor Peter Pears , who was the inspiration for and the exponent of almost all the music that
Benjamin Britten wrote. At home, Pears played the stout defender and guardian of his lover's genius. He was a bon viveur, but his partner Britten preferred the home comforts and safety of Suffolk. Producer Simon Elmes
The second of five special programmes which air the winners of BBC Radio 4's feature-making competition for 11 to 15-year-olds. Adam Chehata talks about living with Tourette's syndrome. Producer Bella Bannerman
Five stories about modem life told from the inside.
2: Living Doll. The truth behind the greatest body ever sold - Barbie.
Business genius Ruth Handler and inventor/designer Elliot created the toy company Mattel, and their daughter Barbara was the first genuine Barbie. Alan Dein heads for California to hear how the blond goddess was born, named and sold to a world hungry for the dream doll. Producer Mark Burman
A five-part epic adventure by SJ Ashford. 3: The Avenging Blade. While saving Conchita from the lecherous governor, Zorro is surrounded. Is there no escape for our hero? with Andrew Howard , Clare Isaac. Dafydd Hywel , John Nicholas. Hywel Morgan.
Terry Dauncey and Lyn Hunter. Music by Andy Price Director Foz Allen
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