The diaries of Virginia Woolf.
3: Ottoline and Royalty. The home of society hostess Ottoline Morrell was the venue for many gatherings of the Bloomsbury group, and among other topics discussed was the abdication of Edward VIII.
For details see Monday
The fifth of a six-part drama series by Meera Syal. Will Ram Krishna sack anyone? Can Khalid get any sexier? And will Shanta and Maz ever get it together? Starring Meera Syal , Nina Wadia , Nitin Sawhney and Sanjeev Bhaskar.
Music by Nitin Sawhney Producer Liz Anstee
By Julia Stoneham. Samantha Bond stars as Alice Todd in the final part of the series set during the Second World War. 3: August 1944 with Cathy Murphy. Bill Wallis , Tessa Worsley , loan Meredith, Janet Maw. Dominic Taylor , Alex Lowe , Deny Hawthorne. Chris Pavlo and William Howard. Producer Tracey Neale
Paul Gambaccini sees a new film version of Hardy's Jude the Obscure and Eddie Murphy in The Nutty Professor. Plus, guitarist and lutenist Julian Bream celebrates 50 years as a performer. Producer Matthew Dodd
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
1: Flesh and Bones
In the first of three programmes, Tony Robinson meets the scientific sleuths investigating the amazingly well-preserved remains of the Bog People and a 5,000 year old iceman. Producer Andrew Johnston
Repeated Sunday at 9.30pm
11.00 New series
My Booze Hell by Little Johnny Cartilage Written by and starring Johnny Meres.
1: Malcolm MacDonald's Sideburns
The not-terribly-true autobiography of seventies idol Little Johnny Cartilage and his descent into obscurity begins with the launch of Cartilage Family and includes extracts from his infamous appearance on Desert Island Discs. With Sue Lawley, Ben Miller , Peter Serafinowicz , Geoff McGivern ,
Rosemary Martin and Deborah Berlin. Producer Gareth Edwards
11.15 The Comedy Store Players
A celebration of the impro team who have been "making it up as they go along" for more than a decade.
Josie Lawrence , Paul Merton , Neil Mullarkey , Lee Simpson , Jim Sweeney and Richard Vranch talk about their work. Producer Ann Jobson
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