The conclusion of a series in whichjournalist
Richard Evans joins people at summer schools.
The Dartington Experience. Is it the clotted-cream teas, the croquet on the lawn or the Trogs that make the Dartington International Summer School a most English experience? Producer Geoff Ballinger
A four-part drama by Robin Brooks , starring
Jack Klaff as George Lewis , the famous 19th-century lawyer who defended the indefensible and never lost.
3: The Pimlico Poisoning. The young and glamorous Adelaide Bartlett 's husband has died from chloroform poisoning. Has he committed suicide or is she the murderess?
Director Clive Brill
By Mary E Mann. 4: His First Day at the Sea and Levenses. Mrs Shildrick is determined that five-year-old Herbert will go to the seaside no matter what the teacher says, and Tom Wapple has a harvest Surprise. For details see Monday
For many of us pain is a fact of life, yet its mechanisms remain one of medicine's greatest mysteries. It is difficult to devise more effective treatments for pain relief until we have a better understanding of the interaction between nerves, spinal cord, blood, tissue and brain. Quentin Cooper talks to Professor Patrick Wall and Professor Anthony Dickenson about the current state of knowledge of pain. Patrick Wall invented the Tens (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) pain-relief system, which transformed the experience of childbirth for millions of women. Anthony Dickenson is the professor of neuropharmacology at University College London.
Producer John Watkins. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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What do Victoria Wood , Ardal O'Hanlon ,
Billy Connolly , Dylan Thomas , Alan Coren and Peter Cook have in common? They all feature in Simon Fanshawe 's series in which classic comedy meets the best in satirical writing in a unique exploration of some of life's essential themes, from foreigners, class and health to love and the sporting life. With Anne Bryson and Peter Gunn. Part 2. Producer Karen Rose
Based on the true story of a 19th-century French adventuress, Hilary Spurling 's book is dramatised in ten partsby Catherine Czerkawska. 4: Robert Henry Crawford 's Heir. A mysterious chest of documents belonging to Therese's family is said to contain evidence about the extent of her inheritance.
For details see Monday. Cast details across the week. Repeated from 10.45am
Where Does Europe End in the East?Concluding a series on the historical roots of Europe, David Sells travels to Estonia to explore an issue that has much vexed Europe's unifiers over the years -that of the continent's boundary in the east. The programme questions whether the Russian border marks a fundamental frontier between different civilisations. Many Estonians, due to make the leap from the Soviet Union to the European Union in little over a decade, certainly think so. Sells hears from those pro-EU
Estonians, as well as the increasing band of "Eurosceptics" worried that their precious identity will be submerged in a new giant union run from far-off Brussels. Producer Chris Bowlby
Exploring the issues which affect all our lives. 4: Risk. The world is undoubtedly a risky place. Every day we are bombarded with warnings of new dangers. Alex Kirby investigates whetherwe worry too much and whether we worry about the wrong things. Producer Brian King
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