Harry Thompson meets people still living in the house where they were born. 2: Maureen. Northern Ireland born and bred, Maureen loves her home in Lisbum which has "more comers than straight lines". Producer Gaynor Vaughan Jones
Neil McKay 's six-part comedy taps into the British obsession with homes.
2: Movement. The only way Antony and Brian can rescue their building firm is by bringing Greta into the picture. with James McMartin , Tracy Brabin , Judith Davis , Andrea Huell , Kieron Ashforth and Matthew Nylan. Director Kate Rowland
First of four stories of individual or group heroism.
The Sinking of the City of Cairo by Vincent Mcinerney. When the City of Cairo was torpedoed in 1942, the survivors found themselves 500 miles from the nearest land. with Roger May , Paul Jenkins , Badi Uzzaman , Ros Livingstone and Amerjit Deu Director Martin Jenkins
John Tusa presents the last of the first batch of programmes. The series returns next April.
Living. Contraception has become commonplace, especially in the west. Butwith 5.8 billion people on the plant - and rising - what does the future hold? John Tusa investigates. Producer Suzanne Levy.
A tour through the history of maths. 2: Ben Silbum discovers that in the ancient Indian and Arab worlds, maths was developed and applied with gusto to astronomy, religion and navigation. Producer Anne McNaught. Rptd Sun 9.30pm
Desmond Olivier Dingle 's Compleat Life and Works of William Shakespeare by Desmond Olivier Dingle
In the last of the series, Desmond and guests re-enact great Shakespearean moments from cinematic history. with Mossie Smith and Kevin Allen. Written by Patrick Barlow. Producer Liz Anstee
11.30 If You're So Clever, Why Aren't You Rich?
A six-part comedy by Richard Turner and Paul Shearer. Starring Richard E Grant as Giles, Amanda Root as Judith and Peter Capaldi as David. 3: Nothing but the Truth with Alexander Armstrong , Jillie Meers ,
Geoffrey Whitehead. Annabel Mullion and Eva Stuart. Music by Pete Baikie Producer Paul Schlesinger
Peter Capaldi Unknown: Alexander
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