Reports on the stories that matter to people around the world. Traditional religion is being revived in the Nigerian oilfields as poor villagers invoke magic to fight for a share in the wealth. John Egan reports on development projects, witchcraft and the market women who enjoy more power than their husbands. Producer Tim Whewell. Rptd Monday 11.30pm
An award-winning comedy by Alex Ferguson about a boy and his uncle, set on Tyneside in the 1930s. 6: Of the Brotherhood of Man. Our Mam returns home to find Grandad Fergie has died. She abandons all plans of moving.
Lecky's future in Jarrow is confirmed, and he can continue his unrequited love of the heartless Charlotte MacAtominey. with Gareth Brown , Colin MacLachlan. Charlie Hardwick , Janine Birkett. Jane Holman. Donald McBride and Madelaine Moffatt
Music by Jane Holman. Director Melanie Harris
By Alex Ferguson. A thrilling ghost story about a lost childhood, told by a man whom no one believes. with Russell Dixon , Mary Cunningham , Martin Reeve. Anne Reid and John Branwell Director Melanie Harris
Alison Mitchell presents the series that helps you find new work opportunities and explores the issues that change and shape your working life.
Producers Marcia Hughes and Sandra Kanthall. Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
From Amritsar to America. I the second of two programmes marking the tercentenary of modem Sikhism, Indarjit Singh talks to Sikhs in the diaspora and in India. He hears their main concerns 300 years after the birth of the Khalsa, the initiated men and women who form the core of the Sikh faith. Producer Kristine Pommert
Digital Detectives. In the early nineties, a Canadian detective invented a computer programme which proved successful in solving serial crimes. He now helps to tackle serial crimes around the world. Are computers now better at solving crimes than detectives? Producer Alison Ayres
A comedy series that uses the format of a live radio discussion programme to take an original look at media absurdity. 4: Ainsley Elliot and guests ask if the urban infrastructure is on the point of collapse and exchange tips on where to park. with Graeme Garden. Deborah Norton. Trevor Laird and Geoffrey McGivem. Written by the cast, with Nick Canner and Paul B Davies Producer Paul B Davies
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Documentaries made through collaborations between programme-makers from four countries. 4: You Can
Touch Me, I Am Part of the Union. In the Australian state of Victoria, the Miscellaneous Worker's Union is offering sex workers union tickets. It is a move welcomed by those who have already fought and won unfair dismissal cases in the courts.
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