Tim Whewell continues his four-part exploration of the countries bordering the Caspian Sea.
3: Proudly Made in Iran. After two decades of isolation, the country is showing signs of wanting to come in from the cold. But will a new liberal leadership and an appetite for change be enough to break the deadlock? Producer Andy Denwood
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Tessa Williams reports on efforts to help men come to terms with their feelings and responsibilities when their partners have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Serial: Angel. Part 3. For details see Monday
Philip Afshar 's six-part comedy drama series about next-door neighbours who start an import business. 4: Florence has to attend a sales meeting when Khalid hurts his back, and Samantha has an announcement to make. with Nisha Kapur. Rachna Kapur , Denise Devlin and Neil McCaul. Producer Jo Clegg
The final part of Catherine Czerkawska 's three-part drama.
The World's III Divided. It is 1913 and some time since Johnnie went to
Canada, leaving Sarah to look after their daughter. with Rachel Ogilvy , Stuart McQuarrie , Colin Gourley , Andrew Conlan. Jean Faulds and Isabel Wright. Incidental music played by John McCusker. Director Hamish Wilson Repeat
Mary (as a childl):
Four programmes in which writer Colm Toibin traces the border dividing the Republic of Ireland from the North. How is the fragile peace affecting the towns and villages which straddle the divide? 1: The Freedom of the City. The journey begins on the west coast, picking up the border near Londonderry. Producer Anthony Denselow
Four programmes in which top scientists celebrate their trail-blazing heroes of the past. 1: Alfred Russel Wallace
Dr Sandy Knapp introduces the naturalist who developed the same theory of evolution as Darwin-only sooner.
Producer Sandy Raffan
The final part of Julie Balloo and Jenny Eclair 's comedy drama about three new mothers. The babies are now a year old and their mothers are celebrating. with Tilly Vosburgh , Linda Robson , Kevin Eldon , Julie Balloo , Hugh Ross. Graham Fellows , Lee Cornes , Eva Stuart. Ronnie Ancona and Jenny Eclair. Producer Jane Berthoud
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