Tim Whewell continues his four-part journey around the Caspian Sea. 2: The Fruits of Independence The secretive desert state of Turkmenistan, once controlled by British agents, now aims to revive the Silk Road as one of the world's main transport arteries.
Producer Andy Denwood Repeat
The conclusion of HE Bates's novel, dramatised in four parts by David Gilman. The jealous Mrs Keller is closing in on the happy couple, Jack Marsden and Ruth Forbes , and is clearly determined not to lose the love of her life to the young man. with Chris Pavlo and Andy Lucas Music by Terry T rower Producer Richard Bates. Director Adrian Bean
By Jesse Moyo James.
Sharon and Petal struggle to remain friends as they vie for the attention of the same man.
Sharon HEATHER IMANI wrth Trevor Etienne. Robbie Gee. Tony Marshall , Michael Buffong and Michele Austin Director Kristine Landon-Smith
Paul Allen previews BBC Radio 4's production of A Clockwork Orange. And a look at playwright
Sebastian Barry 's first novel in ten years, about Ireland in the 1920s.
Producer Jackie Christie
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
The first of three programmes investigating the Yorkshire psyche. Some of the county's favourite sons reveal whether misery, true grit and xenophobia really are the essence of Yorkshireness.
Presented by Mark Hurst.
Producers Caroline Leddy and Richard Wilson Repeat
Arthur Smith presents two more programmes on personal travel experiences. Tonight he travels back to Argentina with Hammer Horror actress Ingrid Pitt , who fled there from Europe because of an unhappy love affair. It was a glamorous life, but because of the political situation in the South American country, she was forced to move on. Producer Vibeke Venema
Limits to Liberty
The Government has said that soft drugs will remain illegal, has banned the sale of beef on the bone, and plans to restrict cigarette advertising. Yet in many areas of personal morality, we are becoming more tolerant. Peter Kellner asks how we should decide what to ban and what to leave to individual choice. Producer Anthony Dworkin Repeated Sunday 4.15pm
By PD James , dramatised in six parts by Neville Teller. 1: A serial killer has claimed four victims and created a climate of fear in the community of Larksoken on the Norfolk coast.
Adam Dalgliesh is drawn into contact not only with the local population but also with the investigating team. with Caroline John. Susan Bertish.
Dermot Crowley. Susannah Doyle , Paul Shelley. Sasha Paul , Will Johnson. Bruce Alexander , Emily Richard and Dominic Jephcott Producer Matthew Walters
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