Fergal Keane talks to individuals who have, through conviction or circumstance, taken a stand against something significant. He examines their motives and looks at the results of their decisions. Producer Jane Beresford. Repeated at9.30pm
Simon Calder looks at maps and their makers, uncovering maps' secrets, propaganda and influence. Colonial Secrets
In 1670 the British government ordered maps to be made of all colonies abroad. Calderfinds out why one was curiously reluctant to oblige. Producer Pam Rutherford. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
The award-winning writer of children's and adult's fiction, Anne Fine , found Hollywood success when her book Madame Doubtfirewas adapted for the screen. She joins Jenni Murray to discuss her latest novel All Bones and Lies, and Telling Liddy, the current Woman's Hourserial.
Drama: TellingLiddy. Part 7. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
With 300 escaped wild boar reportedly on the loose in south-east England, Mark Carwardine investigates whether we should kill them for our own safety or celebrate them as a successful reintroduction that will help restore the countryside. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
To Adventure. Alexei Sayle concludes his look at the social influence of the train through film, literature and music. This week he leaps across the tracks to avoid Henry Fonda , plays psychological games with Strangers on a Train and grapples with the mystery of the vanishing lady. Producer Jayne Gibson
Christopher Cook continues his examination of sound in motion pictures.
In Space Everyone Can Hear You Scream!
This week he hears from creators of film sound and casts his ears across worlds far away and deep below. What should the future sound like? Blade Runnerand Tron offered two very different sonic universes. While the crew of Das Bootlived and died in a world of pings, groans and creaks. Producer Mark Burman
1 RJ Gallagher 's dramatic retelling of an episode during the Japanese invasion of Nanking, China, in 1937, remembered as a particularly brutal example of man's inhumanity to man. As the Japanese pursue their brutal invasion, hundreds of Chinese lives are saved by the bravery of John Rabe , a hero ... and a Nazi.
Director Alison Hindell
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2: Maudie by Pippa Gladhill, read by Elizabeth Bell. Maudie is a fading relic, propped up in a Bristol boatyard. The ship she was carved from, once the pride of the Victorian age, is now a museum piece. But Maudie's memories are alive and Vivid. For details see yesterday
2: Winter Pruning. In the depth of winter Andrew Jefford returns to Breaky Bottom. Not only is he weeks behind in tending his 10,000 vines, but the wine pressed from the last harvest desperately needs attention. Fordetails see yesterday
Stephen Fry and John Bird star as masters of spin Charles Prentiss and Martin McCabe in Mark Tavener 's comedy series. This week the masters of wheeze have to put a failed novelist at the top of the bestsellers list. With Beth Chalmers , Ewan Bailey , Emma Kennedy , Tony Gardner , Tamsin Greig and Siobhan Hayes. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Modern Medical Dilemmas. Niall Dickson looks at the difficult choices healthcare professionals make. Has healthcare rationing in the NHS led to longer waiting lists, postcode prescribing and inadequate access to doctors and medicine? Dickson meets the people who have set the priorities and examines whether there might be more equal ways of making sure we all get the medical treatment we need.
Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald. E-MAIL: email@example.com
The concluding episode of Andy Hamilton and Jay Tarses 's comedy series set in Baltimore just before the American Revolution.
An Incredible Amount of Storm Clouds
Feared British commander, General Venables, arrives and demands some executions by sunset (so he can have the whole day to look forward to them). Not everyone can survive.
Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer (R)
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