Mirage. In the last of six programmes on the rebuilding of Britain, Maxwell Hutchinson looks at the impact of the Festival of Britain on the spirit of the nation. He talks to the architects behind the Skylon and the Royal Festival Hall, and takes stock of their legacy. Producer Lindsay Leonard
Julian Hector ventures to the Galapagos Islands as part of the BBC's Darwin weekend. He encounters the extraordinary and unique creatures that led to Darwin's theory of evolution and finds out why they have become so unusual.
Producers Julian Hector and Simon Roberts Repeated Sunday 8pm
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We all know about the body beautiful, but what about the body deformed, mutilated or tortured? Tim Marlow considers how a new Channel 4 series, Vile Bodies, and a new book, Body Horror, confront one of the great taboos. Plus a live performance from Carleen Anderson.
Producer Jerome Weatherald
Neil puts in a word.
Written by Mary Cutler Director Keri Davies
Editor Vanessa Whitburn
Repeated Monday 1.40pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby isjoined in Holsworthy, Devon by panellists including former chancellor Lord Lawson; Liberal Democrat peer
Baroness Diana Maddock , and the Controller, the Audit Commission,
Producer Anne Peacock
Repeated tomorrow 1.10pm
Janet Cohen presents the second of three programmes about children caught up in the law.
2: A Public Childhood. The Children
Act protects children in local authority care. But what rights do they have when things go wrong? Sarah would like to take her local authority to court for the effect her care had on her.
What chance has she got? Producer Anna Parkinson
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