Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from David Cook. Janet Daley , Michael
Mansfield QC and David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
The conclusion of Michael Bakewell 's five-part dramatisation of Agatha Christie 's novel. Starring June Whitfield as Miss Marple. Two murders and now an attempted suicide - are they somehow linked? with Yvonne Edgell , Andrew Wincott. David King. John Rowe , Carolyn Jones. Tracy Ann Oberman and Christopher Wright. Director Enyd Williams
To celebrate today's publication of The New Woman's Hour Book of Short Stories, Fiona Shaw reads
Clare Boylan 's God and Slaves. And Jenni Murray asks a panel of authors how well women writers write about men. Producer Emma Selby
Chris Stuart chairs another round of the panel game in which inventions, discoveries and design are subjected to quizzical investigation. He is joined at the Science Museum by Lewis Wolpert , Adam Hart-Davis and guests Sue Nelson and Johnny Ball.
Written and compiled by Crispin Belcher. Producer Aled Evans
By Judy Upton. When three lonely women start writing to the same long-term prisoner, they send their hopes and fantasies along with their signatures. Life is complicated for a man entrusted with so many dreams. with Leda Hodgson , Alison Pettitt.
Gerard McDermott. Carolyn Jones. Alastair Danson , Sarah Rice. Rachel Atkins , Iwan Thomas , John Rowe and Anthony Ofoegbu Director Jonquil Panting
Paul Allen sees the stage premiere of Babe the Sheep Pig at the Birmingham Hippodrome and a new production of Twelfth Night directed by Adrian Noble at Stratford. Producer Robyn Read
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Black comedy written by and starring Mark Gatiss , Reece Shearsmith ,
Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson. 4: Bonfire Nights. A bridegroom disappears from a rowdy stag night, and the local kids have got a new guy for the town bonfire. Producer Sarah Smith
Five programmes using documentary evidence to throw new light on past events. 4: My Home, My Land
Fifty years ago today, the United
Nations voted to partition Palestine and give a home to the Jews. The story of the events leading up to that crucial vote is told by the people whose lives it changed. Presented by Roisin McAuley.
Producer Ronit Knoble
Who Cares Wins
Can caring and tolerance really be the keys to regaining the public's trust? Peter Kellner examines the changing politics of William Hague's Tory Party. Producer Jonathan Brunert. Rptd Sunday4.15pm
Last of three programmes exploring the Costa del Sol resort. 3: Pourquoi Pas? Harry Ritchie meets the French proprietress of one of the town's many gay bars and visits a disco where you can drink, dance and swim until 6am. Producer David Jackson Young
Ray Bradbury introduces dramatised versions of six of his short stories.
2: Jack in the Box. Dramatised by Brian Sibley. School is just up the stairs, and each birthday you get a new room. If your life was changed by changing the world in which you live, would that be a freedom, or a new nightmare?
Director Adrian Bean
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