Olivia O'Leary talks to eight pairs of people who have had parallel experiences. 2: Richard Olivier and Ken Wiwa discuss how they emerged from their fathers' shadows.
Producer Sara Conkey. Repeated at 9.30pm
The series which reports the stories that matter to people around the world. Meriel Beattie is in Argentina reporting on the "living disappeared", the children whose parents were murdered by the military regime in the 1970s. Producer Lucy Ash
A four-part comedy series by Martyn Wade. 1: Bronte Country. London, 1853. The orderly life of Spavin and Spavin, religious publishers, is transformed by the arrival of an actress and her son. with Maggie Steed , David Horovitch , Sarah Jane Holm. Geoffrey Whitehead , Frances Jeater and David Antrobus
Director Cherry Cookson. Repeated Sunday 8pm
When Lydia Avilov died in 1942, her account of her love affair with Chekhov was published. But was itjusta romantic whim of her own imagining? with Colin Sarrell. Alan Leith. Pamela Grace and Ann Penfold. Translated by David Magarshack Adapted for radio by Carolyn Sally Jones Director Keith Slade Repeat
Special University Choice
OnthedaythatA-level results are published, Daire Brehan and a panel of experts guide parents and students through the clearing process.
Producer Clare Csonka. STUDENT CHOICE
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Five programmes looking at the secrets of the investigator's trade. 4: Lost Souls. Red Cross investigators search the archives for clues which may reunite families split up by the Second World War. Repeat
Clive Coleman 's six-part comedy series set in law chambers. 2: The MasonsWith John Bird, James Fleet,
Sarah Lancashire , Jonathan Kydd , Julie Teal , Sanjeev Bhasker and John Rowe Producer Paul Schlesinger Repeat
Last of four programmes examining an event in history. Rorke's Drift Historian David Rattray examines
British and Zulu actions in the battle of Rorke's Drift in 1879, using documents and oral history handed down by both sides. Producer Dawn Ellis
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