The series which goes on location to report the stories that matter to people around the world. Even as Moroccan women become bank directors, airline pilots and politicians, females are still considered minors by Moroccan law.
Olenka Frankiel talks to those who are trying to change their society. Producer Lucie Ash
Big Boys Don't Cry. In the final part of Alex Ferguson 's comedy series set on Tyneside in 1938, everyone comes home - even Lecky's errant grandad.
As Granny Fergie used to say: "Believe well, have well and end well.... " with Gareth Brown. Charlie Hardwick , Colin MacLachlan , Janine Birkett. Joe Caffrey. Donald McBride and Adam Pearson
Director Melanie Harris. Repeated Sunday
Lars Tharp presents a light-hearted antiques quiz broadcast from some of England's finest country houses.
This week's edition comes from the dining room of Syon House.
Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Anne Bristow. Repeated Sunday
By Baroness Orczy , dramatised by Michael Butt. In a London ABC cornerhouse in the twenties, few would guess that the ragged old man sitting over a cup of warm tea and a doughnut is Britain's most astute detective, or that he is on the brink of solving the country's most scandalous and intriguing murder mystery.
Director John Taylor
Man in the comer:
Michael Rosen presents the programme about words and the way we speak. The Way That You Say It
The importance of inflection, and the (broadcastable) language of the removal trade.
Producer Jane Ray. Repeated Sunday
Nigel Wrench presents the second of two programmes tracing the evolution of the gay rights movement. During the 1970s, gay men and lesbians came out in style, then the 1980s brought Aids.
Producer David Cook. Repeated Sunday
Sketches and monologues written and performed by Jane Bussmann and David Quantick. Live from
London's exclusive Imperial Rooms, Mayfair. With Peter Serafinowicz , Emma Clarke and Steve Brody. Producer Phil Bowker
The Pokot tribe has been shielded from modernisation, and during the past 24 years anthropologist
Dr Jean Brown has been cataloguing every aspect of their gory and often brutal lives.
Producer Neil Walker Repeat
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