Richard Coles traces the way three towns have been shaped by a particular industry.
2: Luton: Home of the Hatters A look at the town which, in 1680, petitioned Parliament about woolly hats. Producer Robyn Read
The final story in Anthony Trollope 's The Barchester Chronicles, dramatised in five episodes by Martyn Wade.
1: The Vicar of Hogglestock is accused of stealing a cheque - a charge which is to have wide-reaching implications for his family and for the inhabitants of Barchester. Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm
Tim Marlow sees two major exhibitions at London's Hayward
Gallery - one about Francis Bacon and the human body, the other celebrating the 90th birthday of photographer Cartier Bresson. Producer Mohit Bakaya
A sad day at Honeysuckle Cottage.
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Russell Davies presents his selection of extracts from the past week's BBC radio and television. Producer Ronnit Knoble
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Leeds by panellists including Alan Beith , deputy leader of the Liberal
Democrats; Alan Duncan , vice-chairman of the Conservative Party; and John Lloyd , associate editor of New Statesman magazine. Producer Anne Peacock
Repeated tomorrow 1.10pm
Marcel Berlins presents the legal magazine series. Many people believe judges to be out of touch and too lenient in sentencing. The judiciary protests that this is untrue. Will it take spin doctors in the courts for public perceptions to change? Producer Simon Coates
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