TV & radio guide - Wednesday

December 6, 2000

When Knights Were Bold (3.45 R4). Michael Rosen with part three of his survey of history in children’s fiction. "Empire’s Finest" - Henty, Kipling, etc.
Thinking Allowed
(4.00 R4). Fred Halliday of the LSE is Laurie Taylor’s guest, talking about his new book The World at 2000.
(9.00 R4). The new technologies for delivering medication that could make injections redundant.
Telling Tales
(9.45 BBC2). The last in Alan Bennett’s series is about his debt to Leeds.
Night Waves
(9.45 R3). Playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker interviewed, especially about her latest project, a rewriting of the Cinderella story.
The Capture and Trial of Adolf Eichmann
(11.00 UK Horizons).
Who Killed Mark Faulkner?
(11.20 BBC2). Concluding part of this series on the life and death of a rough sleeper.

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