The last of five programmes in which Shirley Williams looks at life in Westminster from a female perspective. A Critical Mass? How much could the style of politics change now that one in five MPs is a woman? Producer Jenni Mills
The second of six programmes draws on the diaries of Pat Givan , an English missionary in Sierra Leone in the early 1960s. She records her battle to save a badly burned teenager. Producer Felicity Goodall
Stephen Mulrine 's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts. 2: Fast and Loose
Two mysterious deaths, one in Glasgow and one in Stirling, occupy the Doctors Wallace. with Meg Fraser , Martyn James , Kern Falconer , Liam Brennan , Grace Glover , Billy Boyd ,
Louise Beattie , Maria Miller , Elaine Ellis and Barry Hunter. Director Hamish Wilson Repeat
By Max Hillman. A young musician receives a night-time visit from
Paganini, who tells him that the only way to achieve perfection in his playing is to have his heart broken. with Peter Shorey. Sunny Ormonde. Simon Ham , David Bannerman , Rachel Atkins , Max Hillman , James Richards , Flora Spencer Longhurst and Tracey Briggs. Music by Sonny James Lovell and Max Hillman with Street Level Director Kristine Landon-Smith
The issue of landmines has been one of the year's biggest stories. Brian Barron joins a British-led team of volunteers risking their lives to clear fields in one of the most heavily-mined countries, Cambodia.
Producer Lucy Cacanas. Revised repeat
Of History Five conversations with interpreters t who have been present during the making of history. 2: John Miller talks to Alex Toumayan , an interpreter who became involved in the Vietnam war and the release of the Iranian hostages. Producer Constance St Louis Repeat
The last of three ghostly tales by women, Afterward. By Edith Wharton , dramatised by Christopher Hawes. Ned and Mary move to a dream home in England. But their past is catching up with them. with John Guerrasio. Barbara Barnes. Sean Baker. Rachel Atkins. Christopher Scott and Alex Lowe. Director Marion Nancarrow Repeat
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