Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation of 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
Julie Wilkinson 's five-part epic coalfield drama. 4: The Last Laugh 1992. Graham has asked Lisa to marry him, but she has not told him about her growing affection for Bogey. with Stephen Critchlow , Lesley Nicol , Rita May , David Whittington , Andrew Pope , Philip King , Ben Marshall. Jane Holtowood , Terence Mann and Claude Close. Director Martin Jameson
By John Pilkington. 1996 marked the centenary of the death of Alfred Nobel , the inventor of dynamite and pioneer of weapons of mass destruction, who was also the founder of the Nobel Peace Prize. An illuminating insight into the life, hopes and fears of this extraordinary and contradictory man. with Pascoe Sabido , Alice Arnold , Trevor Peacock , Chris Pavlo , Raquel Cassidy , Jonathan Adams , Keith Drinkel ,
Robert Harper. Joanna Monro , Christopher Scott , Sean Baker and Amanda Gordon Director Cathryn Horn Repeat
Paul Allen sees Gary Mitchell 's topical thriller set in Belfast which profiles the Loyalist community. The play, In a Little World of Our Own, juxtaposes family and political loyalties. Producer Robyn Read
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Jim Eldridge 's six-part comedy drama stars , and , the head teacher. 2: A Bridge to Afar
The happiest days of your life? Well, that depends.... with Ronald Hines , John Hollis , Maredith Placencia , Carla Prosser and Danielle Del Guidice
. Producer John Fawcett Wilson Repeat
A celebration of the light entertainment show The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. With Douglas Adams, Peter Jones, Stephen Moore, Geoffrey Perkins and Simon Brett.
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Over the past two decades, women have scaled major heights in education, jobs and legal rights.
Ros Coward asks if that has meant a real transfer of power across the gender divide, and if feminism now needs to shift its goals. Producer Zareer Mansani Repeated Sunday 4.15pm
Six programmes exploring the problems that have faced the children of immigrant families living in Britain.
4: West Indian policeman
Barry Williams talks about the problems he faced as a 17-year-old in the army. Producer Martin Kurzik
By PD James , dramatised in six parts by Neville Teller. 5: The killer of Hilary Robarts is still at large, and Dalgliesh is helping out with investigations.
Meanwhile, Jonathan's relationship with Caroline takes a turn for the worse. with John Baddeley , Susannah Doyle , John Gower , Sasha Paul , Will Johnson , Michael Grandage and Amita Dhiri Producer Matthew Walters
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