Ben Macintyre 's account of one of the great untold stories of the First World War is abridged in five parts by Neville Teller and read by Tom Goodman -Hill. 3: The British soldiers settle into the village, but things become complicated when one of the soldiers falls in love. For details see Monday. Rptd at 12.30am.
A documentary following the work of a West Yorkshire police initiative aimed at helping Asian women escape situations of abuse and exploitation. The team can even assist those taken abroad against their will for arranged marriages.
Producer Sue Mitchell
A four-part drama series by Christopher Lee exploring the tensions and the madnesses as the political world butts up against the military one.
Zelda Timpson is a high-flying civil servant whose latest Whitehall posting in the Ministry of Defence presents her with some unexpected problems.
She finds herself the boss of four serving military officers who would all really rather be elsewhere. 2: BangetyBang. As Zelda, the new assistant under secretary, gets her feet further under the desk in her corner of the Ministry of Defence, her "brave boys", the serving officers who draft the answers to ministerial questions, continue to surprise her.
Producer Rosalind Ayres. Director Pete Atkin
The fourth in a six-part panel game series revolving around the English language. Host Frank Delaney 's guests are Alan Coren , Miles Kington , Valerie Grove and Carol Boyd , with comic contributions from the Nimmo Twins. Producer Merilyn Harris
By Susan Stern. Maria's story is about her passion for old buildings, how she fell in love towards the end of her life, and how she found her voice at last.
Director Elizabeth Allard
Intelligence comes in many forms. Children can be knowledgeable of nature, words, music or pictures and good with people, on a sports field, knowing how their body works and mathematics. But how many of these talents are taken into account when IQs are measured? Connie St Louis looks at how children develop their particular forms of intelligence and asks whether anything can be done to help them along. Producer Julia Durbin. E-MAIL: email@example.com (R)
Another chance to hear Douglas Adams 's 12-part comedy from 1978. Fit the Ninth: Our heroes have the chance to chew the fat with some old enemies and Arthur Dent has an unpleasant cupof tea.
Producer Geoffrey Perkins (R) So Long and Thanks for All the Rsh - a Tribute to Douglas Adams is tomorrow at 6.30pm
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Michael Buerk is joined by Roger Scruton , Claire Fox , Stephen Rose and Ian Hargreaves to cross- examine a "witness" with a different but passionate view on one of the week's dilemmas. Producer David coombes
Three talks on Darwin's influence on politics. 2: The Political Nature of Sex. Unravelling the genome convinces many that we're at the point of knowing human nature as never before. To explain how this will change politics, Kenan Malik explores the policies on sex, gender and the family that might fol low. Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
Seeing Is Believing. At some point in our lives, we will all need to wear glasses or contact lenses, more often than not because of short-sightedness. In the first of a new series, Quentin Coopertakes a close look at how new science and technology are revealing the mysteries of this affliction and new ways of preventing and treating it.
Producer Angela Hind. EMAIL: Scirad@bbc.co.uk
A four-part comedy series by Llewella Gideon and Lynn Peters about an ambitious thirty-something temp. 2: Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow. In spite of her best efforts, Cynthia still has a job in the worst office in the world, which is ironic as everybody else is being made redundant. Starring Llewella Gideon with Brian Bovell , Roger Griffiths , Mandy Knight and JO Martin. Producer Gareth Edwards. Music Clem Ishmael (R)
A four-part comedy series by Peter Tinniswood featuring Leslie Phillips as a useless veteran MP.
2: How Long, HowLong?Sir Plympton wonders why he allowed himself to be persuaded back into politics and laments the days when the House of Commons was fun and his chum swapped the Queen's Speech for one Of his own as a joke. Director Enyd Williams
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