Lord Rix talks to Professor Anthony Clare about the motives that have made him a driven man and how he felt when he discovered that his first child, Shelley, had Down's syndrome. Repeated from Sunday 11.15am
Actress Patsy Palmer , EastEnders' most recent casualty, talks to Jenni Murray about a future free of Ricky, the Queen Vic and the bolshy Bianca. Drama: Vital Signs by Sarah Woods. Part 15.
Drama repeated at 7.45pm. For details see Monday
Rory MacLean presents the last in a four-part travel series. This week he travels into no man's land, crosses France without a map, goes walkabout with Australian Aborigines and gets lost in Hong Kong. Producer Marc Beeby
A five-part comedy series by Kay Stonham.
What happens when Jack, a rich and corrupt antiques dealer, receives a blow to the head and finds he can no longer be dishonest? How will this affect his wife and family who loved him the way he was?
The second of three plays by Ray Jenkins based on the diaries of Catherine, Lady McCartney, wife of the British consul in Kashgar, Chinese Turkestan.
1900: the brilliant archaeologist Auriel Stein comes to stay, in search of lost cities on the Silk Road, and to uncover a clever forgery.
In a six-part series, Quentin Cooper provides light-hearted and helpful information about computers, whether you are deciding to buy a computer forthe first time, or even if you are already a diehard net-head.
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Alan Coren , Francis Wheen , Mark Steel and John O'Farrell send satirical greetings from
Bournemouth to mark the annual Labour Party conference. With chairman Simon Hoggart.
Producer Lucy Armitage. Repeated tomorrow 12.30pm
One wins, one loses and Debbie decides.
Written by Caroline Harrington. Director Keri Davies
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By Sarah Woods. 15: Friday: the director of nursing is spoiling for a fight. The "Brief Lives' memorial for children who have died at the hospital gives Carol food for thought.
Repeated from 10.45am. For details see Monday
From Thomas Peacocke Community College, Rye, East Sussex, where chairman Jonathan Dimbleby is joined by panellists including the MPs Jack Straw and Michael Ancram , Lord Jenkins and Liz Davies.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
By John Fletcher and Stan Hey. A satirical look at a tobacco industry bid to persuade the British government to legalise marijuana. with Pooky Quesnel , Roland Oliver , Rachel Isaac , Manon Edwards and Humph James. Music Andy Price. Director FozAllan
In the last of the present series, Eleanor Oldroyd is in Cardiff forthe start of the rugby World Cup.
Features include a look at the current Welsh side and an investigation into the other sports that try to compete for an audience in rugby-mad Wales.
Producer Simon Crosse
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