Fergal Keane talks to individuals who have, through conviction or circumstance, taken a stand against something significant. He examines their motives and looks at the results oftheirdecisions.
Producer Jane Beresford. Repeated at 9.30pm
Ben Si Iburn presents the series that explores the ends of the universe, the centre ofthe Earth and the depths of the human body. This week he examines a tiny subatomic particle called a proton as it races around an accelerator deep below the ground. Its journey ends in a violent collision-the resultingdebris may helpto provide us with the fuel of the future as well as answering questions about how the universe was created. Producer Paul Arnold. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Nearly a quarter of the world's black rhinos live in the remote deserts of north-western Namibia.
Mark Carwardine joins experts from the Save the Rhino Trust as they track these endangered animals on foot. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
Sue Cook presents a series which looks at the role of music and musicians in sea journeys across the ages, from epic voyages of discovery to luxury cruises.
Musical Encounters, Maps ... and Mutiny
Musicians played a crucial part in Captain Cook's historic expeditions, both on ship and on shore. William Bligh insisted on daily dancing for the crew, but did that contribute to the Mutiny ofthe Bounty? Producer Clare Csonka
A dramatisation by Martyn Wade of Thomas Hood 's satirical poem about the corrupting effects of money which comically investigates why a famous society lady -the owner ot a renowned golden prosthetic leg - is found battered to death, a victim of her own obsessive greed.
Director Cherry Cookson
Sex, squid and Socratic dialogues by Lynne Truss. In the smelly but convivial surroundings of the Acropolis Fish Restaurant, 408 BC, great
Athenians confront the eternal verities and also eat a lot. 4: Heroes. Things become frenzied in Athens when notorious traitor and all-round glamour puss Alcibiades returns to town and pretends to be dead.
Socrates Robert Hardy Producer Brian King
By Alex Ferguson. 2: Annie has begun hertraining as an educational psychologist, but has been so busy with her course work that she has not noticed her own goddaughter's emotional distress.
For details see yesterday. Repeated from 10.45am Further cast details across the week
Fat cats who act like gods, spend theirtime on the golf course, and never make mistakes? Edi
Stark concludes her look at the work of surgeons, physicians and other consultants working in hospitals in Britain. They talk about the pressures of the job which have been compounded by government demands and public criticism. Producer Elizabeth Burke. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Does your job make you ill? What is the best way to maintain good mental health? This week
Dr Graham Easton looks at the cost of working long hours and has some practical advice on how to stay sane under pressure.
Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald. ACTION LINE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Repeated tomorrow 4.30pm
A six-part historical comedy written by Andy Hamilton and JayTarses. The year is 1770 and Baltimore shopkeeper Samuel Oliphant has much to worry about. 1: Storm Clouds with Penelope Nice and Michael Fenton Stevens Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer (R)
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