Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from
David Cook , Janet Daley ,
Geoffrey Robertson QC and David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
A six-part drama by Dave Sheasby. 2: The 2,000 Guineas. Excited by a good win at Newmarket and a promising partnership, redundant Ken is drawn deeper into the world of serious gambling. with David Brooks , loan Meredith and Carolyn Jones. Director David Hunter
Sara Coward 's adaptation of Yvette Z' Graggen's bittersweet play. Vincent and Florence are forced to move home from Switzerland to Spain. It is the final chapter of their lives: for her it is an adventure; for him, an ending.
Music composed and played by Anthea Gomez Director Sue Wilson
A four-part comedy that is half sketch show and half thriller.
1: President Frank is dead, leaving Control Group Six, the Company's experimental town, leaderless. The hero, Dr Heaven, is looking for a job.
Can the Director of the Company help? Written by and starring Richard Bean , Andrew Clifford , Clive Coleman and Colin Swash. With Geraldine Fitzgerald. Producer Jon Rolph
Maggie 0 'Kane in Cuba
In the last of four programmes, journalist Maggie O'Kane returns to Cuba to see what has happened to the revolutionary dreams which once inspired her. In 1985, she spent the summer as an International
Brigadista, planting grapefruit trees and studying socialism at a camp outside Havana. In 1997, she sees a very different island, with a dollar economy selling salsa, sex and sun. Producer Tessa Watt
Granada. Hans Christian Andersen 's visit to the city in the 1860s brought out some stark contrasts -the gaiety of the street festivals and the strange menace of the Alhambra. Read by Hugh Dickson.
Producer Duncan Minshull Repeat
What does it feel like to give up the home of a lifetime? The men and women from two residential homes for the elderly in Gateshead talk to writer Julia Darling about readjusting to a new way of living. Producer Susan Roberts
The final part of Nick Fisher 's drama. With Imelda Staunton as the investigative detective Julie Enfield. 4: Pyramids in the Spider
Rendered unconsious, Julie has been injected with a deadly drug. Are
Lawrence Evans and her father in a position to help? with Shirley Dixon. Stephen Thorne , Colleen Prendergast , loan Meredith . Hugh Dickson and Tracy Ann Oberman Director Richard Wortley
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