Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from
David Cook , Janet Daley , Michael Mansfield QC and Dr David Starkey. Producer David Coomes
A four-part comedy serial by Sudha Bhuchar and Shaheen Khan.
Sonal's student Ramesh becomes increasingly obsessed with her. Jabeen's marriage is on the rocks, and Samina and Salim are having to come to terms with their childless marriage.
With Jenni Murray. There is a huge demand for places at secondary schools specialising in technology and languages. But how successful are these institutions? Diana Appleyard
Serial: The Portrait of a Lady(19). For details see Monday
Chris Kelly presents the last of four programmes looking at the lives and works of admirable (and fictional) characters. He contemplates the achievements of East End fashion designer Umberto Plank, who recently died in a freak accident after slipping on a cultured pearl. Celebrities, including Annabel Giles and Professor Graham Norton , also recall the man who inspired the fashion world. with Mark Steel , Simon Greenall , Brian Bowles. Sally Grace and Rachel Atkins Producer Kathy Smith
By RJ Gallagher. Based on the true story of director John Huston and the making of the film The Red Badge of Courage, the play explores how studio politics, economics and jealousy had as much effect on the finished work as the technology of film production. With music composed by Andy Price. with Hilary Lyon , Michael Drew ,
Norman Cooley , John Nicholas and Lawmary Champion. Director Foz Allan Repeat
Nick Revell has written and stars in a six-part comedy serial which travels from the Andes to St Petersburg and a town in West Yorkshire. He encounters his 183-year-old father Obadiah, his
Bronte-obsessed ex-girlfriend and the morris-dancing survivalist militia.
1: To Begin at the End. In which the hero is seduced by the physical charms of the impossibly beautiful Natassia Fillipovna Karamazov. with Morwenna Banks. Joanna Brooks , Jonathan Kydd , Peter Gunn ,
Peter Serafinowicz and Chris Pavlo. Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger # See This Week: page 6
Chris Harbon takes his mother's ashes, concealed in a pink plastic carrier bag, to Gibraltar, where she grew up. He plans to bury her in the grounds of the cathedral where she was confirmed, but he also wants to find someone who remembers her so that he can throw some light on the strange and painful history of the secretive Molly.
Producers Ian Willox and Chris Harbon
A Separate Place
Frances Cairncross asks what the debate on children's rights tells us about the position of children in our society. Today's children wear adult clothes, watch adult programmes and sometimes commit adult crimes. Should they have more control over their lives, or would that destroy the family? Producer Ingrid Hassler
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