Portraits of areas of coastal Britain which support different communities. 4: Shell Damage. The military camp at Shoeburyness in Essex will close by Christmas. Two hundred locals must adjust to a life without shellfire. Producer Stephen Haggard
CS Lewis Centenary - the Four Loves Led by Canon David Winter with the choir of Keble College, Oxford, directed by Stephen Bullamore. Come Down, 0 Love Divine; 1 John 4, w7-12; I Sat Down under His Shadow; Ubi Caritas; 0 Love Divine, How Sweet Thou Art.
Women fighters played a crucial role in Eritrea's 30-year struggle for independence, but now that the war is over, is girl power still alive and kicking? Julian Pettifer travels to the capital, Asmara, to investigate. Producer Emma Rippon
In the final episode of Christopher Lee 's political thriller, the precise relationship between the Home Secretary, the Prime Minister's press secretary and the man murdered on Brighton beach is made uncomfortably clear. with Dudley Sutton , Alphonsia Emmanuel ,
Sheila Reid. Sue Jones Davies , Tom Cotcher , Alistair McGowan and Brian Bowles. Producer Pete Atkin
Repeated Sunday 8pm
Lindsay Duncan stars as Jennifer Jones in Rachel Joyce 's play about a woman who sits for her portrait and wonders if the painting will reveal a new truth about her inner self.
Director Jeremy Mortimer Repeat
Sarah Parkinson 's six-part comedy follows Kate and Cindy's friendship through the years. In the last of the series, The Stepford Wives, Cindy has met an American and Kate disapproves. Will this be the end of their friendship? with Sally Grace , Joanna Brookes , Toby Longworth and Christopher Gee. Producer Liz Anstee
Piers Plowright introduces programmes showcasing innovative work from first-time producers.
2: Inside a west London brothel; a plot to kill the Prime Minister unfolds; and a journey into the heart of protest. Editor Brian King
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