With the aid of expert guests,
Clive Anderson - former barrister and grand inquisitor of the stars - cuts through the legal jargon to get to the heart of an issue which affects anyone who uses our legal system.
Executive producer Bruce Hyman Repeated at 9.30pm
Bring Me the Head of Oliver Cromwell Tony Robinson tells the story of the posthumous travels of Oliver Cromwell 's mummified head, from his death in 1658 to its present resting place in Cambridge. With readings by Miriam Margolyes and Duncan Preston.
Written and compiled by Emma Donaghue Producer Susan Roberts Repeat
By William Trevor , dramatised by Michael Bakewell. A shy spinster leads a quiet life - until she is invited to visit the opulent home of her neighbours. with Derek Waring , Frances Jeater and Janet Maw. Director Enyd Williams
Comic and Guardian columnist
Mark Steel presents the fifth of six highly individual lectures on the theme of revolution, examining some of the major historical forces at work during revolutions and holding up a mirror to our own age. Producer Phil Clarke
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
BBC social affairs editor Niall Dickson reports on people who work in healthcare and considers how the pressures they work under affect the lot of patients. 4: The Surgeon. How do neurosurgeons feel when they are operating on a child's brain? Producer Deborah Cohen E-MAIL: email@example.com
Asix-part series of the award-winning Asian sketch show.1:
The introduction of a new Asian Gladiator-Pharmacist. Starring Sanjeev Bhaskar, Kulvinder Ghir, Meera Syal and Nina Wadia.
Producer Anil Gupta Repeat
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