Tim Whewell continues his four-part journey around the Caspian Sea.
3: Proudly Made in Iran. A look at how fast the Islamic republic is changing, and how it might play a new role in a region of vital strategic importance. Producer Andy Denwood Repeat
Julie Wilkinson 's five-part love story is set amid the upheavals which have rocked the mining communities of Nottinghamshire over the past 14 years. 1: Friend or Foe. 1984: In the small pit village ofTeversby, Graham and Bogey's friendship is put under pressure when the miners' strike begins. with Stephen Critchlow , Lesley Nicol ,
Paul Slack , Gillian Vickers , Melissa Sinden. Claude Close. Philip King. Emilie Oidknow. Perry Fitzpatrick , Andrew Pope and Justin Brady Director Martin Jameson
The infamous thirties murder trial of a 38-year-old woman and her 18-year-old lover provided the inspiration for Terence Rattigan 's last play, Cause Celebre, written in 1976. Paul Vaughan reports on a major new production of the play and also gets the verdict on Armadillo, the new novel by William Boyd. Producer Robyn Read
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
In the second of three programmes investigating the Yorkshire psyche, some of the county's prime movers and shakers reveal their opinions on southerners, foreigners and exiles.
Producers Caroline Leddy and Richard Wilson Repeat
The making of Israel brought a land to one set of people at great cost to another. In three programmes,
Tim Llewellyn hears from those who have been affected by the 50 years of Jewish-Arab conflict over Palestine. 1: The Dispossessed. Hundreds of thousands of Jews fleeing the Nazis in Europe in the late thirties and forties sought refuge in British-run Palestine. This programme hears from some who made the journey. Producer Vanessa Harrison
By PD James , dramatised in six parts by Neville Teller.
2: "The Whistler" claims his fifth victim. with Suzanne Bertish , Robin Ellis , Emily Richard , Paul Shelley , Geoffrey Beevers , Sasha Paul , Kate Wilton. Vaughan Sivelle. Dermot Crowley. Bruce Alexander. Producer Matthew Walters
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