A six-part series presenting true stories from Australia's past and Present, based on the first-hand accounts of various adventurers. 4: Death in the Outback. Burke and Wills's attempt to cross the continent in the 1860s should have been a triumph. Yet they starved to death at Cooper Creek, a water hole with plenty of food available. What went wrong? Producers Nicci Button and John Dryden Repeated Sunday 5pm
Geoffrey Wheeler looks back at the news of 50 years ago today.
Some of London's finest hotels become battlefields when staff go on strike. Twenty-four children in Norfolk pass their exams in record time after taking part in an unusual educational experiment.
Magazine programme which investigates matters psychological and psychiatric. Professor Anthony Clare looks at how people suffering from mental illness are perceived in the workplace and in the community. Producer Constance St Louis Repeated Sunday 10.15pm
Janet Paisley's play is set in the Scottish border town of Hawick, against the real-life drama of families torn apart, unable to agree that women should have a bigger role in the town's formerly all-male three-week social event called the Common
Riding. With Ann Scott-Jones , Sybil Wintrope and Ian Briggs. Director Mike Lloyd
A six-part series in which international musicians choose and discuss music describing the character and spirit of their native countries.
2: Andrew Green talks to German baritone Olaf Bar.
Producer Tracy Ross
Arnold Bennett 's classic novel set in the thirties, dramatised in four parts by Peter Ling.
2: The threat of a takeover at the hotel. with Charlotte Attenborough , Ann Beach , Michael Mears. Janet Maw , Joanna Monro , John Hartley , Stephen Thorne , Mark Bonnar and Sean Baker. Director Enyd Williams Repeat
Sir Henry Savott:
The second of two documentaries following Mukti Jain Campion as she sets out to explore the cultural legacy of her children's two grandmothers - one from a rural village in India, the other from a crofting community in the Scottish Highlands. Despite being born so far apart, the two women have a surprising amount in common. Music Nick Sargent. Producers Mukti Jain Campion and Chris Eldon Lee
The first of six programmes. Berlin. George Eliot, Marx, Lenin and Wagner all corresponded from "this most right-angled of cities", while Harold Nicholson witnessed its postwar ruins. The BBC's former Berlin correspondent, Caroline Wyatt. selects from their letters and gives her own view of the city today. Producer Kate Whitehead Repeat
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