Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the morality behind the week's news stories. Witnesses face cross-examination from
Janet Daley , Edward Pearce and Professor Roger Scruton.
Producer David Coomes
Elizabeth Proud's six-part dramatisation of Barbara Pym 's novel. 4: Mr Mold has a suprising proposition for Harriet. with Josephine Tewson. Clive Merrison. Elizabeth Proud and Christopher Scott Singers Harvey Brough , Phyllida Hancock and Mary Lincoln. Musical direction by Malcolm McKee. Producer Sioned William
The king of love my shepherd is
(Dominus Regit Me); Zephaniah 3, w 14-end; Almighty and everlasting God (Gibbons); Ye servants of God, your master proclaim (Paderborn).
Director of music Gordon Appleton.
Gill Pyrah chairs the literary panel game with panellists Maureen Freely, Norman Moss , Brenda Maddox and Jeffrey Robinson all taking a look at American literature. Readings by Lorelei King. Producer Gareth Edwards
Maggie O'Neill stars as Alison in Sarah Woods 's specially commissioned play for the mental health series, States of Mind.
Overwhelmed by the demands of everyday life and driven to respond to other people's needs rather than her own, Alison resorts to a fantasy sanctuary. But can she find the strength to cope in the real world?
Director Mairi Russell
Paul Allen reports on the opening events of the Edinburgh Festival and the Fringe, including the John Adams opera and Lanark, Alasdair Gray 's novel, adapted for the stage. Producer Robyn Read
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Four-part comedy series set in the world of arts broadcasting.
3:In this episode, the Arting About team explores the phenomenon of chart-topping religious music.
Starring Alistair McGowan ,
Forbes Masson , Harriet Thorpe , Lorelei King and Geoffrey Whitehead. Written by Clive Coleman Producer Paul Schlesinger
The FA's National Football school at
Lilleshall in Shropshire is home to 32 talented young players. The fortunate few can expect to attend the local comprehensive during the day and, in the evening, train to become the footballing stars of tomorrow. Sara Parker finds out how they cope with leaving home, the jealousies of other boys and the adulation of the girls. Producer Suzy Andrews
Four programmes in which novelist and playwright Peter Tinniswood reflects on personal pleasures.
3: Pipe-Smoking. It's the paraphernalia as much as "the smoke" of pipe-smoking which Tinniswood finds such an abiding comfort. Here he ruminates on the pleasurable pastime with fellow smokers.
Producer Graham Battye
Jenni Mills traces critical periods in family life.
3: In January, 1993, Greg Holliday failed to return from work, leaving his wife and two children waiting for nearty four months for him to come home.
Producer Sarah Rowlands Rpt
Tom Wilkinson stars in a mythic history of the tragically flawed
Somerset batsman and hero - Harold Gimblett
. Written by John Fletcher , with music by Barrington Pheloung. with Tom Laurenson , Terence Edmond and George Parsons. Director Jane Morgan Rpt
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