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1/2. The Money Programme's Libby Potter looks at how a regional building society grew to be Britain's fifth largest bank in just a few years, before falling apart in a matter of days.
Director/Producer Terry Messenger
The daughter of a former Far East prisoner is determined to prove that an iconic Second World
War photograph is of her father, while other former PoWs recount their experiences of incarceration and liberation. Narrated by Derek Jacobi.
Producer Dick Meadows ; Editor Andrew Holland
4/8. Verbascums appear on the trial fields at Wisley and the students at the School of Horticulture find inspiration on a day out to Great Dixter in East Sussex. Producer Lynette Quinlan BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: Matthew Wilson advises on plants for a greener garden in the November issue, price E3.20
Carol Klein advises on the best methods of preserving wildlife in the garden over the winter. while Joe Swift attempts to ensure the survival of late-blooming exotic flowers through to summer.
Producer Louise Hampden ; Executive producer Rosemary Edwards www.bbc.co.uk/gardenersworld.com
6/10. As rumour and intrigue taint court life,
Wolsey's position is weakened as Henry pursues his desire to divorce his wife and marry Anne Boleyn.
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8/12; series five. Stephen Fry and guests eerily eyeball a couple of the five senses. The next episode follows immediately on BBC4.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd Discover why we watch 01 at www.radiotimesxom/qi-blog
2/7. Crowded House return to showcase their new album, and Michael Stipe discusses REM's future plans. Folk-rocker Richard Thompson performs and Battles from New York make their debut.
Series producer Alison Howe (HD)
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