The last of a three-part series created by Mark Davies Markham , written by Vince Foxall. Paula has a breakthrough in the bank robbery case. with Vincent Davies , Ian Dunn , Becky Hindley , Stephen Thorne. Natasha Pyne.
Gerard McDermott , Alison Pettitt , Carolyn Jones and Rachel Atkins. Director Claire Grove
Six teachers nominated by BBC Radio 4 listeners have allowed microphones into their classrooms. 4: Maureen Hartley , deputy head of St Clare's Roman Catholic Primary School in Handsworth, Birmingham, and her class of five- and six-year-olds discover the many different ways we communicate with each other. Producer John Dryden Revised repeat
Paul Gambaccini sees In and Out, directed by Frank Oz , in which Kevin Kline stars as a teacher whose sexuality is called into question by a former pupil. Plus a report from this year's Sundance Film Festival, a showcase for independent films.
Producer Jackie Christie. Revised repeat 9.30pm
By Beatrice Colin , read by Tamara Kennedy. "Penny was once the type of child who used to hide between her mother's fur coats. She stroked them like huge affectionate pets in the dark of the wardrobe." Producer Bruce Young
Three programmes in which Vivienne Parry investigates the mystery of the human mind and looks at what goes on in our brain when we are in an altered state of consciousness.
1: The Astonishing Art. Hypnosis has cured phobias and illnesses, but how does it work? Neuroscientists, doctors, and hypnotist Paul McKenna explain. Producer Sandy Rattan
The last of four documentary dramas revealing the inside stories of four eminent Victorian partnerships.
The Secret Journal of Marian Evans
In 1851, when George Eliot was still known as Marian Evans and had not yet become a novelist, she began a relationship that was to help unlock her genius.
Director Penny Gold Repeat
George Eiiot (Marian Evans):
George Henry Lewes:
Dan Gaster and Paul Powell return with the comedy sketch show which confronts the world's most puzzling trivia, historical curiosities and weird and wonderful people.
In this edition, the longest-running play in history, and a look at what happened to the actor who played Luke Skywalker in Star Wars.
With Melanie Hudson , Martin Hyder , Neil McCaul and Dan Strauss.
Written by Dan Gaster and Paul Powell Director Phil Clarke
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