Joanna Pinnock concludes the series on the importance of different animals and birds to the ancient cultures of Britain. 5: The Swan and the Crane To our forbears, swans and cranes bridged the gap between two worlds - water and air.
Producer Brett Westwood
On Jordan's Bank - the Baptist's Cry
(Winchester New): Matthew 3, wl-12; How Beautiful upon the Mountains (Stainer); Come Let Us Sing of a Wonderful Love (Wonderful Love). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Reports on the stories that matter to people around the world. Turkey has rushed to the forefront of countries opening their doors to refugees from Kosovo. Up to six million Turks are of Albanian origin but how closely do they identify with their Muslim brothers in the Balkans and is the persecution of the Kurds in contradiction to their support for the Kosovars?
Julian Pettifer talks to Albanian refugees, Kurds and Turks on the dilemma facing modern-day Turkey. Producer Lucy Ash
By Michelene Wandor. Fiona Shaw travels with dramatist Wandor on a journey into the world of the poet Charlotte Mew . Mew was a tragic figure who never married, possibly due to fears of hereditary insanity, and in 1928 she killed herself. But her poetry was admired by writers such as Thomas Hardy and her strange imagination is revealed in excerpts from her play The China Bowl. with Juliet Prew and Barnaby Kay Producer Tessa Watt
John Sullivan 's four-part comedy stars David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst as Del and Rodney. 2: A Losing
Streak. Del's insistence that his luck will change convinces Grandad and Rodney that he will soon land them all out on the street. with Lennard Pearce , Roger Lloyd Pack. John Challis and Michael G Jones. Originally produced and directed for television by Ray Butt Producer Richard Edis Repeat
BBC foreign correspondent Allan Little returns to the land of his birth to examine the political situation in the run-up to the opening of the new
Scottish Parliament. In the first of two programmes, he offers an astute analysis of Scotland's economic and political prospects. Producer Dennis Sewell
The programme that looks into the curious ways mathematics pops up in our lives. Fisher Dilke explores the theory of games and why it pays to get on with your rivals. Producer Jim Clarke
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In the third of a six-part series, Valerie Singleton gives people the chance to make their extraordinary wishes come true. With Mike Fenton-Stevens , Jessica Martin and Andy Taylor. Director Bruce Hyman
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