Clive Anderson returns with a new series of the programme that scrutinises and demystifies key legal issues. 2: The creation of the International Criminal Court, why it should happen and why it never might.
Producers Bruce Hyman and Barbara Loftus
Repeated at 9.30pm
A five-part series in which presenter
Christopher Cook and historian Helen Weinstein bnngto hfe the diary of John Cannon -the extraordinary memoirs of an ordinary 18th-century taxman. 5: A Forerunner of Mortality. His raucous taxman days are now behind him but bythe 1740s, the diarist has started makingadecent living for hisfamilyagain.thistime as a schoolmaster and solicitor in Glastonbury.
However his newfound peace is disturbed by strange dreams and portents. Producer Jane Ray
Presented by Denis Nowlan. My Presence Shall Go with Thee (Tracey). Be Thou My Vision KSIane).
Exodus 33 W12-19. The Lord Is My Shepherd
(Colin Mawby). SingWe a Song of High Revolt (Truro) Director of music Ian Tracey.
Why are sacred mountains associated with so many faiths? And what is it about those high peaks that inspires us whatever our beliefs? In the first of a two-part programme, poet Michael Symmons Roberts embarks on a physical and metaphysical exploration of the world's holy mountains. As hisjourney unfolds, he discovers that there are many different definitions of sacredness. Producer Jeremy Grange
The final part of the series in which Geoffrey Wheeler visits varietytheatres around the country.
6: The Grand Opera House in Belfast has emerged from 30 years of the Troubles as a symbol ofthe city's regeneration, producer Libby Cross
The first of two programmes in which
Tommy Pearson flicks through books designed to inspire instrumental proficiency and attempts to learn from scratch the clarinet and the accordion. Has Tommy learnt to " play in a day"? The results are revealed in his performance of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Producer Alan Hall
By Hattie Naylor. Five women have climbed K2.
None survived. The death-toll rings in her head as Beth packs for her trip to climb the cruellest mountain in the world. But first she must say goodbye to her young daughter.
Director Mary Ward-Lowery
A series of stories about dark deeds and wrongdoings. 2: How the Angels Fly In by Ron Butlin.
"He'd been nothing more than a child when he hacked his way to the heart of the only circle he had known...." Read by Michael Mackenzie. Producer David Jackson Young
Five young, dynamic people bringtheir own experiences to bearwhen helping other young people face challenges in their community.
2: Ash's 's Story. A talented young Asian footballer brought up in London's King's Cross, Ash feels he wasn't given encouragement and support by his family and that this, combined with the racism he encountered, meant he never had the chance to fulfil his dream of becoming a professional player. Felicity Finch talks to Ash about his childhood and the young people he's now working with. Producer Felicity Finch
Author James Fox and Dr Ato Quayson , director of African Studies at Cambridge, join Rosie Boycott to recommend three favourite paperbacks: Season of Migration to the North by Tayeb Salih , The Heart
Is Deceitful above All Things by JT Leroy and Travels with Charleyby John Steinbeck.
Producer Peter Everett Repeated Sunday llpm
Another chance to hear Scotland's celebrated doctor in Sue Rodwell's dramatisation ofAJ Cronin's comic stories. 2: Who Laughs Last. Finlay meets his match with Miss Meg Mirlees , the stingiest meanest most cunning widow in Scotland.
Producer Jeremy Howe
By Stan Barstow , dramatised by Diana Griffiths. 7: Andrea is in hospital and her mother has discovered the truth. Across town Norma's daughter, Shirley, is shocked by her brother's news. For details see yesterday Rpt from 10.45am
The Catholic Church is currently facing some of the biggest challenges to its doctrines. The possibility of life elsewhere in the universe and controversial new developments in reproductive biology pose such vexing moral questions that the Vatican is now conducting its own research.Geoff Watts meets the scientists who work with the Vatican and explores how their work translates into the policies of the Catholic Church. Producer Paul Arnold Repeated Sunday 5pm
Medical Notes. If you turned up at casualty, you might think that staff could easily lay their hands on your medical notes. But in reality they'd have to search through miles of dusty folders, packed with ancient letters and test results. And your GP's notes are locked away inside the practice. The consequences of suchjumbled record-keeping can be dangerous. Patients' champion, Claire Rayner , joins Dr Graham Eastonto put the records straight. Producer Paula McGrath E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Repeated Wednesday4.30pm
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