A four-part guide to modern Germany. 1: East, West, Home's Best The Wall may have come down, but many divisions remain. Caroline Wyatt travels to the four corners of Germany, finding out about its many different identities. Producer Mick Webb WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
Jenni Murray meets Debbie Wiseman , prolific composer of theme music for hit television series and for the new British film, Wilde, starring Stephen Fry. Short story: Jamie, from the collection Gravity, by Erica Wagner. Read by Nigel Anthony.
The final episode of Philip Afshar 's six-part comedy drama series about next-door neighbours who start an import business. Khalid is offered a job that would answer all the Miahs' money worries. But how will he tell Florence? with Annette Kerr , Nisha Kapur , Rachna Kapur. Denise Devlin and Neil McCaul Producer Jo Clegg
The conclusion of Peter Ling's two-part dramatisation, adapted from John Dickson Carr's book "Till Death Do Us Part."
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