Final part of Tony Mulholland 's serial about a woman's political career.
Declaration. Pat gets a rare thing in politics: a second chance. But this time it's make or break. with Norman Bird , Richard Mitchley , David Holt , Terry Pearson , Sally Hedges , Kathryn Hunt , Susan Jeffrey , Robin Bowerman and Pat Quayle. Director Nigel Bryant Repeat
Paul Gambaccini sees three major film releases - Ken Loach 's Carla's
Song, John Cleese 's Fierce Creatures and Al Pacino 's Looking for Richard. Plus a review of Palestrina at the Royal Opera House. Producer Matthew Dodd
Revised repeat 9.30pm
The award-winning series examining the impact of the last one hundred years on our lives and ideas, presented by Michael Ignatieff.
12: Suffering. One hundred years ago, disease and early death were commonplace. Over the years, science has changed all that, but has it increased our suffering? Producer Philip Sellars
The series that airs the best features made by media students. This week, Edwina Jarvis introduces Because of Saturday, about the tactics and mind set of football hooligans; and Marie Shotbolt introduces Vowed Lives, in which nuns talk about everyday life. Producer Bella Bannerman
Conversations with scientists.
Barbara Myers talks to Jane Goodall about her work studying chimpanzees in Tanzania, including her remarkable discovery that chimps cannibalise their young.
Producer Sandy Raffan
Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
11.00 New series Six-part comedy series about a small local council in Buckinghamshire, written by and starring Julian Dutton , with Liz Fraser , David Battley , Toby Longworth , Simon Godley and Enrico Valdez , the Chilean charmer. Producer Dirk Maggs
A four-part comedy series which pays homage to the cult action adventure shows of the sixties and seventies.
2: The Return of the Preventers
Written by and starring Morwenna Banks , Chris England and Robert Harley. With Ed Devereaux , Desmond Llewelyn , Neil Mullarkey and John Irwin. Music by Peter Baikie
Producer Phil Clarke Repeat
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