The cost of widespread burglary in Britain is enormous. Over the next four weeks, Gerry Northam talks to some of those fighting back by joining Neighbourhood Watch. 1: The residents of one rural street gather for their inaugural meeting. Producer Ian Bell
The Shadow Knows. In the last of five programmes about popular radio detectives, Professor Jeffrey Richards unravels the history of Walter Gibson's force against evil, the Shadow. Featuring the classic Orson Welles portrayal and an interview with Simon Callow. Producer Jon Rolph
By Charlotte Jones. A novice nun is about to take her final vows. All the nuns are called Sister Mary Something - the name of the saint to whom they dedicate themselves. She must find the right one before Brother Paul comes to take her confession.
Director Claire Grove
Rituals, traditions and conventions are under threat as Laurie Taylor invites his guests to think the unthinkable about society and the ideas that shape it. Producer Tom Alban
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