I'm looking forward to listening to this one on Sunday !
The programme was recorded on location in Naypyitaw, Burma in December 2012.
The blurb from the BBC says: "Now Leader of Burma's opposition party, she has dedicated her life to fighting for human rights and democracy in her homeland.
A figure of world renown, she is known in Burma as simply "The Lady" and her integrity, determination and grace have provided a beacon of hope to a nation oppressed and exploited by decades of brutal military dictatorship.
President Obama says she is an "icon of democracy" and Desmond Tutu calls her "a remarkable woman ... ready to work for the healing of her motherland".
Her renown has come at significant personal sacrifice: she endured nearly 20 years of house arrest and persecution, exiled from her children and apart from her British husband who died from cancer in 1999.
She says "It takes courage to feel the truth, to feel one's conscience because once you do, you must engage your fundamental purpose for being alive. You can't just expect to sit idly by and have freedom handed to you."