Michael Buerk talks to individuals who have made life-changing choices, taking them through the whole process, from the initial dilemma to living with the consequences.l: Tony Campolo , President Clinton's pastor. Producer Christine Morgan
In the security-conscious nineties, house- and pet-sitting has become a boom industry. From the pages of Country Living, Jeremy Cherfas follows the trail from agencies to sitters to clients. Last in the series. Producer Richard Sanders
The Mediterranean has produced the largest-ever Great White shark. Mark Carwardine joins the package-holiday crowds to see what he can find out for himself about this fish - and lands an unexpected story in the process. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
Peter Tinniswood 's gentle comedy drama series in six parts. 4: I Should Have Had the Sausages. Too many People decide to visit Julia. with Shirley Dixon , Stephen Thorne , Kate Binchy , Nigel Anthony and Frances Jeater. Producer John Tydeman Repeat
Nigel Rees is joined by Bill Cotton , Alison Mitchell , Peter Nichols and Simon Williams to exchange quotations and anecdotes. The reader is Patricia Hughes. Producer Helen Williams
By David and Caroline Stafford. The judges of a prestigious international book prize bicker among themselves until a policeman announces that terrorists have planted a bomb under the Bank of England which will be detonated unless their own, populist, choice of book is announced as the winner. Now the pressure is really on. Director Marc Jobst
Inspector Gordon Pearce:
Sir Archie Northcote:
Libby Purves presents education news and the best lesson ever learnt from someone in the public eye.
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As the world's population ages and infectious diseases are brought under control, cancer is on the up. Graham Easton looks at new strategies to tackle this worldwide killer.
Producer Gina Henry
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