A six-part series presenting true stories from Australia's past and present. 5: Dying for Gold. Harold Lasseter 's body was found in the Australian desert in the 1930s. Buried nearby were letters in which he claims to have found a reef of gold. His son, now in his 70s, has spent a lifetime looking for the gold and feels that he is close to proving that his father was telling the truth. Producers Ann-Marie Evans and John Dryden Repeated Sunday 5pm
Film director Sally Potter , famous for her screen version of Orlando, talks to
Jenni Murray about her love of dance - the subject of her new film, The Tango. Serial: Hen's Teeth. Part 7.
For details see yesterday
Last in the series of the magazine programme investigating matters psychological and psychiatric.
Professor Anthony Clare poses the question: is counselling good for you? Producer Constance St Louis Repeated Sunday 10.15pm
The dons from The Godfather contact memories of mother love and take an anger management course, while Barbara Cartland 's Love Lifts the Curse gets a new beginning and ending. More literary tomfoolery with Mark Thomas , Dillie Keane , Roger McGough and Rory Motion. Chaired by Barnsley poet
Ian McMillan. The last of the series. Producer Marc Jobst
Jean and Will are old friends. Both have unsatisfactory love lives. She is outwardly confident, American. He is thoroughly English, reticent. They marry so that Jean can stay in the country. This begins to undermine the rock of their friendship.
Producer David Hunter
A six-part series in which international musicians choose and discuss music reflecting the character and spirit of their native countries.
3: Andrew Green talks to cellist Matt Haimovitz
, who selects music which describes Israel.
Producer Tracy Ross
Paul Vaughan sees a film based on George Orwell 's celebrated novel
Keep the Aspidistra Flying, starring Richard E Grant. Plus a collection of Holub the Rampage. Producer Julia Arrowsmith Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Arnold Bennett 's classic novel set in the 1930s, dramatised in four parts by Peter Ling. 3: There is some staff unrest at the hotel. with Michael Mears , John Hartley. Joanna Monro , Christopher Scott. Adjoa Andoh , Di Botcher and loan Meredith
Director Enyd Williams Repeat
Sir Henry Savott:
The civil war in Sudan is the longest-running conflict in Africa and has claimed at least 1.5 million lives. As yet another attempt to broker a peace deal gets under way, Maurice Walsh assesses the chances for peace.
Producer David Lewis. Repeated Saturday 5pm
Alun Lewis returns with the series that guides you through the information age. 1: Ghosts in the Machine. How is computing power catering for those in search of spiritual enlightenment? Producer Jim Clarke
A six-part series about personal travel experiences. 1: Cuba and Fidel Castro hold afierce attraction for Arthur Scargill , a man known for his strong opinions. Arthur Smith travels to Havana to relive Scargill's visits to this last bastion of Communism in the Caribbean. Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeat
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