The series which goes on location to report the stories that matter to people around the world. Julian Pettifer is on Baffin Island, off the Arctic coast of Canada, to meet the Inuits who will soon be self-governing. Producer Tim Whewell
Alex Ferguson 's six-part comedy series about a boy and his uncle, set on Tyneside in 1938. 4: The Flight of Birds. When Uncle
Freddie's Jarrow firewood business is threatened by a rival firm, young Lecky is convinced that national security is at stake. with Charlie Hardwick. Colin MacLachlan.
Janine Birkett. Madaleine Moffatt. Joe Caffrey and Donald McBride. Director Melanie Harris Repeated Sunday
Lars Tharp presents a light-hearted antiques quiz broadcast from some of England's finest country houses.
This edition comes from the Earl of Harewood's family home in West
Yorkshire, where an athlete wrestles with a python and the "Chippendales" ripple their muscles against the solid silver tea service in the Long Gallery. Producer Annie Bristow. Repeated Sunday
By Christopher Aird and Jonathan Tafter. With Andrew Lincoln as Wheeler and Ciaran Hinds as Wellington. Sleeping in palaces or under the stars, seeking glory or courting fair damsels, hunting the enemy and in turn being hunted - an authentic account of life as a soldier in Wellington's Peninsular campaign. Director Jonathan Tafler
Michael Rosen presents the programme about words and the way we speak. 4: Back-Page KO. With the World Cup just weeks away, a look at the battle of linguistic brawn and brain on the sports pages. Plus the pitfalls and pratfalls of examination papers.
Producer Simon Elmes. Repeated Sunday
The last of four programmes in which Anthony Howard explores the frontiers between the British press and governments. In and Out of Love
John Major's failure to win the support of Rupert Murdoch almost certainly contributed to his fall, while Tony Blair 's courting of the press was unprecedented for a Labour leader. Producer Mark Savage
A six-part series looking at how technology and culture intertwine.
4: Spondulectronics. As smartcards, internet trade and electronic purses take over, there will be less and less cash around. Quentin Cooper asks how this technology will change what we think of the pounds in our pockets. Producer John Tuckey
Sketches, monologues and weird soup, written and performed by Jane Bussmann and David Quantick. Live from London's exclusive Imperial Rooms, Mayfair. Featuring Peter Serafinowicz, Emma Clarke and Steve Brody.
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