A six-part series presenting true stories from Australia's past and present, based on the first-hand accounts of various adventurers. 2: Bushrangers. The descendants of Australia's highwaymen reminisce about the wild days when criminals stole from the rich to give to the poor. But Edgar Penzig sets out to prove that, far from being romantic heroes, these men were self-serving thugs, hated and feared by everyone. Producers Ann-Marie Evans and John Dryden Repeated Sunday 5pm
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Having experienced Hollywood, film actress Julia Ormond has turned to acting in the Arctic landscape. She talks to
Jenni Murray about her new-found love of ice - and Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow. Serial: Here on Earth. Part 7. For details see yesterday
Magazine programme which investigates matters psychological and psychiatric. Professor Anthony Clare discusses the link between religion and mental health. Producer Constance St Louis Repeated Sunday 10.15pm
The last of the series in which Jeremy Nicholas visits the home of a well known personality to delve into their record collection in search of musical and personal revelations. 6: Robert Farnon
Producer Andrew Mussett
The final part of Graham Greene 's story, dramatised by Rene Basilico. Starring Dame Hilda Bracket as Aunt Augusta, and Charles Kay as Henry Pulling.
5: A river boat in Paraguay: the staid suburban bank manager has travelled a long way from Southwood. with Ricardo Medina , Ignacio Prieto , Gloria Duarte-Vera . Alberto Pino and Marlene Jara Theme music written by Jim Parker and played by Harlequin
Producer John Fawcett Wilson Repeat
The last of four audio diaries in which people document an attempt to change their lives. Farris
. Farris Howard suffered 90 per cent first degree burns in a house fire at the age of three. Now 14, he faces his tenth year of painful operations to reconstruct his skin. How does he cope? Editor Sharon Banoff
Athens. As the BBC's southern Europe correspondent, Orla Guerin is based in Rome, but her patch extends as far as Athens. Along with much earlier correspondents, she compares the two ancient cities and assesses how they have survived in the modern world. Producer Kate Whitehead Repeat
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