Six programmes in which Times columnist Matthew Parris and his mother, Terry Parris , interview other mothers and sons. 3: MP Barbara Follett and her son Adam. Producer Bruce Whitney Low Repeated at 9.30pm
Six programmes in which Les
Woodland looks at events in history which have shaped life in the countryside today. 3: Doubting Thomas Why do people who profess to love the countryside insist on changing it?
Thomas Johnes felt he could improve on one of nature's landscape features - a mountain.
Producer Steve Peacock
Hugh Dennis presents the first of a six-part series looking at different styles of comedy. 1: The Rise of the Drag QueenFrom Old Mother Riley to Lily Savage - why do the British find men in frocks so funny?
Written by Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt Producer Lis Roberts
By Jenny McDade. A bad dream, ley lines, the marsh mist, or simply an overactive imagination? With Leonard Kirby as Dean Batty , and John Challis as Inspector Andrews. with Geoffrey Whitehead. Stephen Thorne and Jane Whittenshaw. Director Celia de Wolff
Eight programmes in which Jonathan Glancey looks at the living and working spaces that we create. 5: The Madding Crowd. A look at the design of spaces that we inhabit communally. Producer Emma Kingsley
A seven-part comedy extravaganza written by and featuring Dan Freedman and Nick Romero , who introduce characters including Incy Wincy Quincy, spider pathologist. Music by the Gents. Producer Julian Mayers
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Justin Webb chairs four debates on issues of perennial interest.
3: "Total freedom of expression would be a dangerous nightmare." From the British Board of Film Classification. Producer Nick Utechin. Repeated Saturday
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Chris M has hepatitis C, a disease estimated to infect 500 million people, but for which there is no vaccine, no cure and few treatments. He hears from health workers and sufferers about a disease that could threaten everyone. Producer Ian Willox
John Woodvine is Detective Sergeant Matrix in Robert Smith 's six-part drama. 4: Goldfish. The surreal tale of robbery, disguise and an honest carp. With David Antrobus and Jan Winters. Director Ned Chaillet
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