Jenni Murray isjoined by mathematics prodigy Sarah Flannery to talk about her award-winning coding forthe internet. Drama: Bound Feet and Western Dress by Pang-Mei Natasha Chang. Part 8. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
The baby-boomers of the 1960s who defied convention and gave youth a new identity are now in theirfifties and sixties. What is life like forthem now in a society that, partly through their own efforts, worships youth? In two programmes, JennyCuffe finds out. 1: New Identities Producer Ronni Davis
A six-part comedy written by Lynne Ferguson.
3: Ardour. The Minister reveals to Irene a secret yearningfor Moira. Afterthe initial shock, she realises this unlikely romance could prove advantageous. Producers Lucy Bacon and Kathy Smith
Chris Stuart hosts the quiz about scientific discoveries and inventions played by a celebrity panel. Joining him in the Science Museum are Lewis Wolpert , Adam Hart-Davis , Neil Johnson and Tracey Logan. Producercaroi smith
Shauna, at 13, knows it all. Jamana Prem , 50 years older, has a lot to learn. Does wisdom come from experience, or vice versa? with Terry Molloy , Sunny Ormonde. Malcolm McKee , Shirley Dixon ,
Alex Jones and Christopher Trenfeld . Director Sue Wilson (R)
Brave Girl by Peter Ho Davies , read by Honeysuckle Weeks . A young girl spends time with her dentist father before her parents separate and learns some painful truths about trust and honesty. For details see Monday
Man of the millennium William Shakespeare is Stratford's most famous son. Laurie Taylor meets some of the citizens who are currently putting the town on the national and international map. Series producer Jane Jeffes
A look behind the scenes at those who offer care and cure. This programme takes the lid off pathology. Are pathologists medical detectives or just backroom boys and girls? Presented by Niall Dickson.
Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org (R)
Stephen Fry and John Bird star as spin doctors Charles Prentiss and Martin McCabe in Mark Tavener 's six-part comedy series. 1: This week they are visited by the chairman of the Conservative Party
. Starring Siobhan Hayes , Jeremy Clyde , Tony Gardner , Simon Greenall , Martin Hyder and Beth Chalmers. Producer Paul Schlesinger (R)
Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Janet Daley
, David Starkey , Ian Hargreaves and David Cook cross-examine guests who have conflicting views on the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Composer Robert Walker describes life on the Indonesian island of Bali, to which he emigrated in 1992, settling in the village of Karangasem. 3: Bribes and Busybodies. Government corruption is rife and yet does not lead to sackings. Those working in public office routinely expect bribes to be offered to oil the wheels.
Walker gives the example of what it cost him to get his visa renewed - a price equivalent to the return airfare to and from the UK, paid to an official chewing a toothpick and with a penchant for practising golf shots in his office.
He also encounters the handsome young
Balinese men who target the growing number of middle-aged Australian women settling on the island. Having paid for the weddings and their husbands' new businesses, they often find their spouses'libido being exercised elsewhere. Repeated from Sunday 5.40pm
At the end of June, the world's last known batches of the smallpox virus are due to be destroyed. As recently as the sixties, smallpox killed two million people a year. By 1980, the disease had been eradicated. But would destroying the remaining stocks of the virus protect the world or place it at greater risk? Jolyon Jenkins reports. Producer SarahLewthwaite(R)
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