1/S. Sophie Thompson reads extracts from letters from Frances Woodsford to a much older American man. Frances tells Mr Bigelow about rationing and her endless problems with her elderly mother. Abridged by Doreene Estall. Introduced by Frances Woodsford , now well into her 90s. Producer Justine Willett Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: Dear Mr Bigelow is available tor Â£14.39 (RRP Â£15.99) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit [web address removed]
4/6. Pastor Dave. Should Beauty pursue the charismatic Pastor or go after the coat she has spotted in the charity shop? Comeov by Christopher Douglas and Nicola Sanderson.
I Producer Tilusha Ghelani
Three people take part in a drugs-trial programme in Bangkok to test a new asthma treatment. It's an all-expenses paid trip, but when the injections start, everything begins to unravel. By PG Morgan .
producer/Director Kate McAll
21/30. Magnificence. Amanda Vickery explores the invention of taste in the 18th century With the help of diaries, letters and songs, she tells the story of the scandal of the prime minister's divorce - and the settlement his wife received. Producer Elizabeth Burke
4/6. Simon Cox asks whether websites are doing enough to make content accessible to the disabled, and also finds out about plans to give robots intelligence modelled on the human brain. Producer Peter McManus
4/6. Adam Hills , Rhod Gilbert ,
Reginald D Hunter and Shappi Khorsandi lie in order to smuggle as many truths as they can past their opponents. David Mitchell is in the chair. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
6/10. Cub reporter Paddy knows the identity of the killer of a lawyer, despite what the police believe. But can she prove it? Denise Mina 's story is dramatised by Chris Nolan.
Producer/Director Bruce Young Repeated from 10.45am
One child's battle to get a place at a Jewish state school has led to a landmark court ruling with implications for other faith schools, and strikes at the Chief Rabbi's definition of Jewishness. As the case goes to the new UK Supreme Court, Tim Whewell examines why it has aroused such strong feelings both inside and outside the Jewish community. Producer Tim Whewell
6/9. Knowing Too Much. Is honesty always the best policy? Investigative journalist Martin Bright asks whether the truth is always in the wider public interest.
Through interviews with intelligence officers, whistleblowers and academics, he explores institutional and personal secrecy and what happens when they overlap or collide.
Producer Lucy Ash Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
9/9. Countdown to Copenhagen. Tom
Heap looks behind the jargon and political scene-shifting to ask whether a definitive new deal on climate change will come out of the talks at Copenhagen in December.
Producer Steve Peacock Repeated on Thursday at 1.30pm
1/10. In 2002, Cinderheath in the Black
Country is in a state of flux. A mosgue is to be built over the disused steel works and the BNP are standing in the local elections.
Anthony Cartwright 's novel is read by Alex Jones , David Holt and Seeta Indrani.
Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall. RT DIRECT: Heartland is available for E9.49 (RRP £9.99) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
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