8/9. With victory on the horizon, the pressure is on to fuel the front line in the mining community.
Will the men and Bevin Boys at the mine, along with the munitions factory women, hit their deadlines?
Series producer Rachel Morgan First shown on BBC1 Wales
It's the world gig-rowing championships and all eyes are on the magnificent boat built in the local yard for a group of Dutch fanatics. Meanwhile Vet Heike tries her hand at some driving instruction. Producer Nigel Farrell ; Executive producer Paul Sommers
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.20am
4/6. Holiday. Being young, free and single has its advantages, such as the opportunity to jet off to Thailand on holiday for a few days. However, as Miranda cannot be bothered with the hassle of travelling such a long distance, she books herself into a hotel just across the road instead.
Writer Miranda Hart ; Director Juliet May ; Producer Nerys Evans
2/4. Tonight the six finalists are commissioned to produce large-scale pieces of public art for the East Sussex seaside resort of Hastings. Working on a limited budget within the space of just two weeks, their task is come up with something that has mass appeal. As they conceive their assignment and then create the finished article, artist Martin Creed and writer Matthew Collings are on hand to impart some shrewd advice. Showing in the Modem Beauty season. Executive producers Peter Dale and Henrietta Conrad
Series editor Jamie Simpson The Modern Beauty season continues on Wednesday with The Man behind the Masquerade at 9pm on BBC4
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