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2/9. A Small Town in Mississippi. Fourteen years ago, four people were murdered in Winona, Mississippi. The black man charged with their murders is facing his sixth trial - three convictions were overturned and two trials were deadlocked by hung juries. Tom Mangold visits the Deep South to investigate whether hopes of an increasingly race-neutral America are still justified.
Producer Bill Law Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
With an eerie creak and a distant rumble of thunder, Ian Peacock uncovers the curious life of Edward Bulwer-Lytton , who coined the notoriously gothic opening line: "It was a dark and stormy night...." Is there more to Bulwer-Lytton than simply being the patron saint of Victorian gothic kitsch? Producer Tom Alban
By Louis Nowra. A boy and his troubled young mother take to the road across Australia in search of the freedom and love she craves.
Other roles played by William Doughty , Leon Ewing and Sashka Kotoff Music by Vincent Goodyear
Producer Judith Kampfner ; Director Jane Ulman
3/3. Death by Elocution. In
Malcolm Pryce 's story, a strangely familiar collection of characters - Laura Jesson and Dr Harvey from Brief Encounter, Noël Coward, a soldier, and a parson - find themselves on a train journey, their conversation interrupted by a hideous voice. Then, there's a scream....
Read by Sandra Duncan. For details see Tuesday
4/5. Ancestry. Scottish immigrants have had an impact all over the world. More and more of their descendants are returning to rediscover their roots, especially in this year of Homecoming. Aasmah Mir talks to those visiting for the celebrations to find out if their image of Scotland is realistic. For details see Monday
5/6. Chapter the Fifth: an Evil Life Sort of Explained. Mark Evans 's Victorian comedy in which Pip Bin , Harry Biscuit and Gently Benevolent find themselves trapped in the vast emptiness of space. As their doom looks increasingly inevitable, Mr Benevolent finally explains just why it is that he is so very, very evil. Producer Gareth Edwards
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New series. 1/9. Unlimited Company With banks and conventional companies suffering in the recession, Peter Day hears from people who believe there are better ways of running a business and are trying to do things completely differently.
Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
13/13. Geoff Watts looks at the impact of Charles Darwin 's book On the Origin of Species, which was published 150 years ago this week. He visits an international conference in Egypt that brings together scientists and religious thinkers to discuss how ideas about evolution have informed biological science, but have also been hijacked to support prejudice. Producer Martin Redfern
4/5. Rabbit. By Louis de Bernieres. The major, his wife and Leafy Barkwell have a heartbreaking encounter on an evening walk. For details see Monday
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The performance poetry show features Brit School grad Laura Dockrill , who regularly gigs with Kate Nash and has just published her second book. Dizraeli, winner of the BBC Radio 4 Slam competition, is also on the bill, and Siadwell from the TV comedy series Naked Video. Producer Graham Frost
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