Elkie Brooks , once described as the "raunchy iron lady of rock", joins Jenni Murray to talk about her 20 years in the music business and her new album. Drama: Vital Signs by Sarah Woods. Part 13.
Drama repeated at 7.45pm. For details see Monday
Six social entrepreneurs - creative people using their talents to rejuvenate their local communities - tell their stories.
3: Furnishing Homes, Furnishing Lives. Felicity Finch meets Liam Black , who runs a network of social businesses which are reviving the fortunes of the long-term unemployed of Liverpool.
Producer Rebecca Nicholson
Last in a five-part comedy drama by Jim Poyser and Damian Lanigan following the lives of the Conroys, a family living in Stockport.
Organathon. Eddie goes forthe English record for continuous playing, while Jason receives a mysterious letter. with Jo-Anne Knowles , Brian Poyser and Chris Pavlo
Music Big George. Producer Neil Mossey
A talented tile maker who became a bestselling novelist, and a vital component for an aeroplane are included in this week's programme, chaired by Lars Tharp. Panellists at Burghley House,
Lincolnshire, include Bunnie Campione and Hugo Morley-Fletcher .
Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Anne Bristow
Last in a six-part series exploring the tradition of the northern comedian. Mark Radcliffe looks at
Jimmy James , the comedians'comedian. Flanked by his stooges, he convincingly played the part of the drunk, even though he was a staunch teetotaller. Producer Bernadette McConnell
Francine Stock chairs the arts programme and meets choreographer David Bintley , director of the Birmingham Royal Ballet, whose new work
Shakespeare Suite is a jazz exploration of some ofthe Bard's most vivid characters.
Producer Adrian Washbourne
Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear evidence and offer solutions on an issue of current concern.
6: Broadcasting. Will digital TV be a triumph for pluralism or a cultural Chernobyl, eating away at our traditional broadcasting culture?
Commissioners: Liz Forgan , Andreas Whittam Smith and David Moorecroft.
Producer Helen Wilson. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
In the last of a three-part series, Professor Chris McManus explores the intriguing question of whether animals have the same emotions, intelligence and consciousness as humans. Do animals have inner awareness or are they simply bundles of mindless instinct?
Producer Jan Castle
Last in a four-part comedy by Andrew McGibbon , starring Amanda Donohoe.
Roll Over Beethoven. Raymond and Hildegard kidnap Beethoven and Mozart and make them collaborate with other great musicians from history to create the greatest rock band.
Herr Grubberman reveals that he is neither blind nor from 19th-century Austria. Bernie finally discovers the truth about who - or what- is driving the bus. Producer Julian Mayers
Brian Keenan talks about his love of literature, growing up in Belfast, being a hostage in Beirut, his writing and his role as husband and father. With extracts from The Wind in the Willows, The Dharma Bums and poems by Sylvia Plath and Pablo Neruda. Repeated from Thursday
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