Diana Madill presents a seven-part series that focuses on people facing a personal and professional challenge. 3: Writer Ruth Hamilton, who has been called the new Catherine Cookson.
Producers Dymphna Flynn and Joy Hatwood Repeated at 9.30pm
Jonathan Glancey tells five stories of extraordinary architectural relationships - and the fruits of that collaboration. 2: Lutyens and Baker: New Delhi. A tale of an architectural comic and a straight man who built an entire city together and in the process destroyed their friendship. Producer Rebecca Nicholson
More than a third of Mexicans cannot afford to eat properly. John Egan looks at the Mexican government's radical new scheme to target women and children. Plus a look at Mexico's history and cuisine, and why the country's drug barons appear to be the new heroes. Producer Arlene Gregorius
Repeated Monday 11.30pm
In a rare interview, the renowned cinematographer and director Jack Cardiff, famous for his work on The Red Shoes and The African Queen, talks to Stewart Henderson about his life in glorious Technicolor and gives a behind-the-camera view of the stars.
Producer David Prest
by Allan Prior.
When John Bickerstaffe visits the Eiffel Tower in Paris, he has a dream that such a magnificent construction could bring fame to the new seaside town of Blackpool. But when he tries to persuade the townsfolk, it seems that his vision is a little too "modern" for a conservative society at the end of the 19th century.
Michael Rosen presents the programme about English and the way we speak. 4: ... And All I Got Was This Lousy
T-shirt. The outspoken art of the T-shirt, some in-flight entertainment and why feeling "knackered" has its roots in the age of the horse and cart. Producer Jules Wilkinson
Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
A four-part comedy by Julie Balloo and Jenny Eclair about a woman of a certain age juggling motherhood, marriage and the media.
1: The reviews for Juliette's first programme are less than favourable. It seems the day can only get worse. with Anthony Best , Martin Hyder and Jan Goodman. Producer Helen Williams
Mobile phones, GM foods - we live in an age of technological strife. But in their day, railways, electricity and X-rays were just as controversial. Jolyon Jenkins asks what lessons have been learned.
Producer Lynne McCadden
Greening the Grid. How much renewable energy can we generate in the United Kingdom? Alun Lewis visits buildings which use the latest technology to harness the power of the sun, wind and water. Producer Deborah Cohen
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