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Julian Pettifer travels to Estonia, the Baltic republic, almost a decade after the Soviet Union began to fall apart. He investigates an innovative scheme designed to improve relations between Estonians and Russians by having Estonian farmers foster deprived Russian children from the city. Producer Mark Reid
An award-winning comedy by Alex Ferguson about a boy and his uncle, set on Tyneside in the 1930s.
4: When All Hope Is Gone. Lecky feels abandoned when his mam goes on holiday to Reading to see if a better life lies there for the Fergie family. with Gareth Brown , Charlie Hardwick , Colin MacLachlan , Jack McBride. Janine Birkett. Donald McBride. Adam Pearson and Madelaine Moffat. Music by Jane Holman Director Melanie Harris
By Bryony Lavery. High in the Altai Mountains, an archaeologist discovers a princess in the ice. As her story is uncovered, it begins to affect the archaeologist's own life. with Philip Jackson , Stephen Critchlow and loan Meredith. Director Janet Whitaker
Alison Mitchell presents the series that helps listeners find new work opportunities and explores the issues that change and shape working life. Producers Marcia Hughes and Sandra Kanthall. Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
British earthquakes are more common than we think, especially in Shropshire. Trevor Phillips and guests discuss why they happen and what science can do to predict them. Producer John Watkins
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A comedy series that uses the format of a live radio discussion programme to take an original look at media absurdity. With Ainsley Elliot and his guests. 2: Art
Jude Prentiss/Debbie Skinner .MELANIE HUDSON with Graeme Garden, Deborah Norton, Simon Greenall and Simon Godley. Written by the cast. with Nick Canner and Paul B Davies Producer Paul BDavies
Documentaries made through collaborations between programme-makers from four countries.
2: An Apology. In British Columbia, a woman is raped in her home. During the ordeal, she talks to her attacker.
Two months later, he returns to apologise. Presented by Tricia Naylor. Editor Sharon Banoff Repeat
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