Six social entrepreneurs - creative people using their talents to rejuvenate their local communities - tell their stories. 4: The Doctor and the Nightingale. When DrTiarks first moved to the small isles off the west coast of Scotland, he knew he had a problem on his hands. His patients were spread out on the four islands of Rum, Muck, Canna and Eigg. How was he going to reach them? Dilly Barlow investigates. Producer Sara Jane Hall
A six-part comedy series by Mike Coleman. Thirty years after their first bid for fame, musical double act Tommy Franklin and Sheila Parr get a second chance. Starring Roy Hudd and June Whitfield , with Pat Coombs , Julian Eardley and Edward Halsted. 1: Trouble with the Credit CardMusic Frido Ruth. Producer Steve Doherty
In the last of the current series, David Battle and Geoffrey Munn are among the panellists puzzling over colonial relics. The venue is Hopetoun House, near Edinburgh. With chairman Lars Tharp. Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Anne Bristow
The true story of one of the most intriguing controversies of Edwardian Britain. In 1903 a dog was cruelly experimented on at University
College, London. Thanks to a Swedish medical student, this gave rise to eight years of riots and libel trials and also kick-started Britain's animal rights movement. Dramatised by Tony Coult from the book The Brown DogAffair by Peter Mason.
Director Turan Ali (R)
A six-part comedy series based on Frank Dickins 's classic cartoon strip, featuring Chester-Perry's troublesome buying clerk and those who serve alongside him as small cogs in a gigantic wheel. 1: FairShares with Katy Odey , Jon Glover , David Battley , Simon Schatzberger and Carol Starks. Music John Whitehall. Director Neil Cargill (R)
By Peter Straughan. Wednesday: Carol and the chairman have to consider the safety of the staff. Finn has arranged a surprise, and Sean demands a meeting. Part 18.
Repeated from 10.45am. For details see Monday
Programmes in which Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear evidence on an issue of current concern and offer solutions.
7: Internet. An investigation into the impact of the internet revolution. How can we harness the positive potential of the internet and at the same time protect ourselves from the crime that proliferates on the net? Commissioners: Heather Couper and Cary Cooper.
Producer Helen Wilson. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
K3 Next week, up to nine scientists could have their El lives transformed by winning the Nobel Prize. In H the first of two programmes, Peter Evans finds out how they have been selected and what difference it could make to their careers.
Producer Roland Pease. E-MAIL: [address removed]
Asix-part comedy series by Nick Revell which travels between the Andes, St Petersburg and a town in west Yorkshire, where Tony Hardstaff returns after a ten-year absence. He encounters his 183-year-old father Obadiah, his Bronte obsessed ex-girlfriend and the Morris Dancing
Survivalist Militia. 1: To Begin at the End. Tony is seduced by the charms of the beautiful Natassia Fillipovna Karamazov and has to escape from the ruthless Russian mafia in St Petersburg. With Nick Revell as Tony, Morwenna Banks, Joanna Brooks , Jonathan Kydd , Peter Gunn , Peter Serafinowicz and Chris Pavlo.
Music Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger (R)
Bestselling American author Bill Bryson chooses his favourite writing- a mix of comedy and adventure, with excerpts from Evelyn Waugh 's
Scoop, a Hardy Boys classic and Three Men in a Boat. Readers Kerry Shale and Bill Wallis. Repeated from Thursday
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