Reports on the stories that matter to people around the world. Tim Whewell visits Iran 20 years after the revolution. As the country prepares for tomorrow's local elections, he discovers what life is like for ordinary Iranians - from the women pushing back the frontiers to the new green warriors of Tehran. Producer Jennie Walmsley
By Jenny McDade. Weighty Matters. A television star turns up at Wendy Bottomley's slimming club and Graham divulges his secret to Lee - not a wise move. Part 3.
with Michael Troughton. Anne Reid , Julia Deakin ,
Tilly Gaunt. Harry Myers and Frances Jeater. Producer Sally Avens. Repeated Sunday 8pm
The Virgin Knife. By David Pownall.
The first in a series of plays exploring the hearts and minds of three of history's most celebrated killers. On 13 July 1793, Charlotte Corday, a young woman from Caen in Normandy, travelled to Paris with the sole intention of killing Jean Paul
Marat while he sat in his bath. What drove her to such an extreme?
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Jean Paul Marat:
For many people, the two-stroke engine was a phenomenon of the fifties and sixties. Gordon Blair has devoted his working life to developing the device. He feels it has yet to reach its potential.
Producer Davy Sims Repeat
Vintage sitcom by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn , starring Paul Eddington as Jim Hacker and Nigel Hawthorne as Sir Humphrey. The Devil You Know If Jim has really done all right, everything should turn out well. with John Nettleton , Arthur Cox and Stuart Organ. Producer Pete Atkin Repeat
Mark Jenner explores the historical significance of water. 2: The Great Stink. The filthy condition of the Thames and outbreaks of cholera led to important reforms in sanitation in the 19th century. Profit-making water companies were eventually brought into public ownership. Producer Tessa Watt
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