Diana Madill presents a seven-part series that focuses on people facing personal and professional challenges. 5: Maggie McCune visits Sudan, where her daughter Emma, an aid worker, died.
Producers Dymphna Flynn and Joy Hatwood Repeated at 9.30pm
Jonathan Glancey tells five stories of extraordinary architectural relationships and the fruits of these collaborations. 4: Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand: Le Pavilion Suisse
A tale of what happened when the 20th century's greatest architect met a coquettish young designer. Producer Rebecca Nicholson
Kenneth Baker , Lord Baker of Dorking, continues his reinvention of Gilbert and Sullivan as radical satirists and attempts to identify the victims of Gilbert's wit. If the Fairy Queen in lolanthe is not really Queen Victoria, then the Mikado certainly is. Producer Dave Batchelor
When the cat's away ... one mouse in particular wants to play! A true story of lust, lost keys, a Glaswegian window ledge and some lessons learnt. Starring Bruce Morton. with Neil Warhurst. Jenny Lee , Ian Bustard and Arnold Brown. Director Steve Doherty
Michael Rosen presents the programme about English and the way we speak. 6: Eheu Fugaces !
The demise of the Latin tag. Plus the start of a search for the most fascinating names in Britain. Producer Nicola Barranger. Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
A four-part comedy by Julie Balloo and Jenny Eclair about a woman juggling marriage, motherhoood and the media. 3: Juliette decides on a more effective way to raise her professional profile - a nervous breakdown followed by a stay at one of the most exclusive therapy clinics in the country. with Annabel Giles , Anthony Best , Julie Balloo and Martin Hyder. Producer Helen Williams
In a four-part series, Anna Ford tells the story of 20th-century women.
3: Rich. Since joining the workforce as "honorary men", women have attempted to achieve balance and control in their working lives. Editor Gwyneth Williams
The operating theatre of the future, teeming with robots in place of doctors and nurses, is no longer the realm of science fiction. Within weeks surgeons hope to conduct the UK's first coronary bypass operation using a robot. Alun Lewis follows their preparations. What impact will robots have on medicine, and what are the advantages for the patient and the surgeon? Producer Paul Arnold
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