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By Gwyn Thomas , dramatised inthree episodes by Alan Plater. 1: Moonlea. 1835. A travelling harpist visits the new iron town in search of his friend. with Melanie Walters , Ray Llewellyn , Manon Edwards. Bill Stewart. Laurence Allan , Rhodri Hugh. Helen Gwyn. Hubert Rees. Kieron Self , Anwen Williams and Ric Jerrom. Music by Ruth Wall , played by the composer (harp) and Alison Frances (violin) Director Alison Hindell Repeat
Nigel takes the plunge.
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Presented by Marcel Berlins. Instances of genocide and other heinous crimes, often extending beyond national boundaries, have prompted calls for an international criminal court. Anthony Dworkin asks how it might work. Producer Simon Coates
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