In a wide-ranging interview series, Fergal Keane explores the circumstances that lead people to resign and the effect their resignation has on the rest of their lives.
Producer Jane Beresford. Repeated at 9.30pm
The last of three programmes in which Pete McCarthy investigates the history of the Acadians - French settlers in Canada who dispersed throughout the world. Not Just a Recipe. A visit to
Louisiana reveals how Cajun culture evolved among the Acadian people. Producer Eleanor Garland
The Great Winglebury Duel. In the third of Charles Dickens 's five comic tales, dramatised by Stephen Wyatt , Mr Alexander Trott finds it possible to become bethrothed in the most trying of circumstances. with David Timson , Kim Wall and David Antrobus. Director Sally Avens
Mr Alexander Trott:
Miss Julia Manners:
Ronald Frame's popular drama in four parts. 4: Crisis looms for Fee, as Colin leaves to run a rival hotel, and David takes an interest in another woman. with Simon Tait. Sarah Collier , Allan Sharpe. Richard Greenwood , Edward Forge , Muriel Romanes and Irene Macdougall Director Patrick Rayner
Shrinking from the East. Berlin is now the German capital once more. It is a natural bridge between east and west, and a magnet for migrants - yet many resist such a role, as David Sells hears in the second of two programmes on fears about the German future.
Producer Chris Bowlby. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Susan Greenfield presents four programmes exploring the science behind some of the most important and powerful drugs ever created.
1: Mind-benders. Psychedelic drugs have startling effects on our perception, but do we understand what they do to our brains? Producer Rami Tzabar
A three-part comedy adventure by Paul Lucas.
The passengers and crew of the Iguanodon are still adrift in the Woe Betides with Rosemary Leach, Patsy Byrne, John Arthur, Sally Phillips, Kevin Eldon and Fred Harris.
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