Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation of the moral questions behind the week's news.
Witnesses face cross-examination from David Cook , Janet Daley , Michael Mansfield QC and David Starkey.
Producer David Coomes
* See Roland White : page 133
By Max Beerbohm , dramatised by Eric Pringle. Convinced that posterity will acknowledge his genius, fin-de-siecle poet Enoch Soames accepts the Devil's offer to glimpse the future.
Director David Blount Repeat
Maurice Denham stars as the doyen of Prior's Heath Golf Club in stories by PG Wodehouse.
2: The Salvation of George Mackintosh With Jeffrey Holland , Sally Grace and David Simeon. Dramatised by Edward Taylor and Michael Pointon. Producer Edward Taylor Repeat
By Kitty Fitzgerald. The bizarre, the beautiful and the brutal converge in this unusual and poignant tale. Jack Plum has created a paradise for pigs in the cellar of his home in the North
West. This is made more unusual by the fact that Jack is a 35-year-old man with special needs. When he befriends young Holly Lock , they both delight in this secret underworld. But nothing lasts for ever, and the pair battle for survival in a world which is not ready for outsiders.
Cellist Karen Stephenson. Flautist Jenny Everett Director Pauline Harris
* Face behind the Voice: page 133
Paul Vaughan celebrates
Kaleidoscope's 's 25th birthday, recalling the major arts events that the programme has covered, in addition to the lighter moments and amusing highlights.
Producer Adrian Washbourne
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Last in a six-part comedy drama written by Jim Eldridge , starring Karl Howman as Mr Sims , and James Grout as Mr Beeston , the head teacher. Gridlocked with Roger Sloman , Philip Philmar , Gwynneth Jones. Justin Webb. Luke Strain and Nicky Scarott. Producer John Fawcett Wilson Repeat
The last in a four-part investigation into the state of the world's water resources. The River Runs Dry
In the United States, a series of dams ensures that the Colorado River dries up before it reaches the sea. In India, thousands must abandon villages drowned by a man-made lake. Andy Kershaw weighs the environmental and human costs of building dams against the need for supplies in an increasingly water-scarce world. Producer Jeremy Grange
It has become conventional wisdom that our education, media and culture are being "dumbed down" by the new commercialism. But is our despair justified? David Walker questions whether the changes we are seeing are all for the worse.
Producer Zareer Masani. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
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