Six social entrepreneurs - creative people using their talents to rejuvenate their local communities - tell their stories. 2: A Cheese Called Desmond
In the early sixties, the West Cork seaside town of Kinsale was semi-derelict. But its fortunes were transformed when a group reinvented it as one of the most prestigious tourist destinations in Ireland. Producer Rebecca Moore
A five-part comedy drama by Jim Poyser and Damian Lanigan following the lives of the Conroys, a family living in Stockport. 5: Focus. Dave gets his new company car and Karen brings home a potential new member of the family. with Jo-Anne Knowles , Stefan Escreet.
Beverley Callard. John McArdle , Jason Done and Emma Clarke. Music Big George Producer Neil Mossey
Lars Tharp presents this edition of the antiques quiz from Snowshill Manor in the Cotswolds. Panellists include
Penny Brittain, Clive Stewart Lockhart and Paul Atterbury.
Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Anne Bristow
Four complete plays by John Peacock , based on the novels of Colette, and starring Claire Skinner as Claudine.
4: Claudine and Annie. Claudine wants to help Annie, but begins to wonder whether she can only help herself. with Philip Voss. Nicholas Farrell , Teresa Gallagher and Andrew Wincott Director Celia de Wolff
A series exploring the tradition of the northern comedian.
5: Mark Radcliffe takes a look at the surreal world of Ken Dodd and how the Squire of Knotty Ash with his trademark tickling stick, flying hair and protruding teeth became one of the great comedians of our time. Producer Bernadette McConnell Repeat
Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear evidence and offer solutions on an issue of current concern. 5: Racism. An examination of racist attitudes in middle-class
Lord John Taylor of Warwick,
Professor Susan Greenfield and Professor Conor Gearty. Producer Helen Wilson
Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
In a three-part series, Professor Chris McManus explores the question of whether animals have the same emotions and consciousness as humans. 2: Animal Intelligence. Why are humans thought to be the most intelligent species on the planet? Producer Jan Castle
A four-part comedy drama series by Andrew McGibbon , starring Amanda Donohoe. 3: On the Buses. Bernie is kidnapped by Hildegard and then escapes to the 24th century. He is rescued by the Conductor, Herr Grubberman and an anorak girl.
Raymond discovers his true identity. Producer Julian Mayers
The Countess of Harewood has been associated with musical figures such as Maria Callas and Benjamin Britten. Less well known is the fact that she is the sister of one of the world's finest horn players- Barry Tuckwell. She recalls her extraordinary musical life. Producer Bill Lloyd Repeat
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