Uganda. Thousands of Uganda's children have been abducted and turned into ruthless killers by the "Lord's Resistance Army". Olenka Frenkiel investigates the LRA whose leader is rarely seen and asks how it has managed to continue waging war for over 14 years.
Also in the programme, a report on Kampala's trendywitchdoctors and a look at whether
President Youweri Museveni deserves the praise heaped upon him by Western leaders. Editor Maria Balinska Producer Caroline Pare
Repeated Monday 8.30pm
The second in a pair of linked comedies by Alan Plater. Following on from yesterday afternoon's play, descendants of Fanshawe and Meredith meet on a train and uncover the story that linked their families 150 years ago. Fanshawe James Bolam
Meredith Alan David
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Professor Anthony Clare speaks on behalf of a charity which supports families whose children are involved with social services.
DONATIONS: Family Rights Group. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: [number removed] Repeated from Sunday 7.55am
Because of increased solar activity, there have been nights when the aurora borealis (northern lights) has been widely visible over Britain. As well as being beautiful to look at, there is much to be learned from studying the aurorasphere. Quentin Cooper talks to Dr Geoff Short from the University of York and Professor Mike Lockwood from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory about the complex physics that lie behind the aurora. Producer John Watkins
What do Bill Cosby , Jennifer Saunders ,
Mel Brooks and John Cleese have in common? They all feature in Simon Fanshawe 's six-part 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 5: Things Spiritual Producer Karen Rose
The war in Bosnia was renowned for its catalogue of atrocities against civilians, including the rape of tens of thousands of women. Five years on, after peace has been restored in the country, these women are still psychologically scarred and the children born of the assaults are ostracized. Emily Buchanan speaks to some of the victims and hears about their struggle to recover and be heard in a society that would prefer to forget. Producer John Murphy
GOV COM. Companies are racingto transform themselves for the wired-up world. Peter Day asks why government is finding it so difficult to do the same thing.
Editor Stephen Chilcott. Producer Neil Koenig Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
First in a new seven-part series. Anyone who has ever broken an arm or sprained a wrist knows that it is possible to use the other hand if you really have to. Doctors are now using this idea to train the brains of stroke victims to use their affected limbs by constraining theirgood limbs. Geoff Watts investigates.
Producer Julia Durbin. E-MAIL: email@example.com
A comedy series in which Keith Daniels attempts to change the world through drama. With Dave Lamb , Jim North , Nick Walker and Richie Webb. 2: The world's most hard-hitting and accident-prone drama company sets out to end discrimination against disabled people.
Daniels's new play about allegorical ducks is a Shocking piece of theatre. Producer Gareth Edwards
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