Stories that matter to people around the world. After a century of US control, Puerto Ricans vote next month on whether to make the final leap to becoming the 51st state of America. Meriel Beattie reports. Producer Emma Rippon
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Christopher Lee 's new six-part thriller. 3: In spite of her denials, the Home Secretary seems to be closely linked with the murdered Norman Tate. with Dudley Sutton. Alphonisa Emmanuel ,
Sheila Reid , Tom Cotcher , Alistair McGowan and Stuart Organ. Producer Pete Atkin Repeated Sunday 8pm
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The Secret Diaries of Sarah Thomas.
Discovered by local historian June Lewis , these diaries cover five stormy years in the love life of a Baptist minister's daughter in a Victorian Cotswold town. Director Jonquil Panting
Sarah Parkinson 's six-part drama serial follows Kate and Cindy's friendship through the years.
3: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?How the girls first met, a broken leg, Christmas, and a missed skiing trip. with Sally Grace. Joanna Brookes. Simon Greenall and Toby Longworth Producer Liz Anstee
Feature-makers from four countries tell universal stories. Conway: Forging the Flood Plain. Conway is a small, unremarkable town in Arkansas. In the 1950s and 60s, many white inhabitants of nearby Little Rock fled there to avoid desegregation. Now, aspiring black families are doing likewise - for different reasons. Producer Susan Davis
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