Last in the series with Michael Buerk. This week he talks to Heather Mills , Sir Paul McCartney 's fiancee, about her choice not to resign herself to life in a wheelchair following a road accident in which she lost her leg. Producer Liz Leonard. Repeated at 9.30pm
The last part in the series about the history of the lifeboat service. 4: Norfolk's lifeboat service has changed considerably over 200 years, but those who volunteerto risk their own lives to save the lives of strangers are following a tradition laid down generations ago. Paul Heiney asks: why do they do it? Producer Neil Walker.
The final programme following a modern-day treasure hunt searching for the original crown jewels of England, reputedly lost in the Wash by King John in October 1216. William Smethurst and Jacqueline McGlade search for the old causeway that the king's army followed and use modern survey techniques to look for evidence of the treasure beneath the potato fields of Lincolnshire. Producer Jan Castle
2: Burglars. The crime rate in Great Pagwell soars from zero to one as the Professor finds he has been burgled. But his ingenuity is more than equal to the problem, as almost everyone discovers except the burglar. For details see yesterday
The last in the series in which Emily Buchanan talks to foreign correspondents about the music that has accompanied their most memorable assignments. 4: Sandy Gill recalls his time spent in Idi Amin 's execution cell, discusses his interest in Afghanistan and gives his impressions of some of the key events he has witnessed in almost 40 years of reporting for Reuters and ITN, from Vietnam to the Gulf War. Producer Paul Kobrak
Written by Natalia Power. The famous farces of Georges Feydeau , full of serial marital infidelities, were grounded in his parents' bitter marriage, and then later his own. And the worse domestic life got, the funnierthe plots became. Director Peter Kavanagh
With Jane Horrocks. 2: Which Came F7rst?Chickens helped to win the Second World War and we rewarded them by putting them in battery farms and printing little lions on theireggs. Salmonella had us worried for a while, but now we can choose "corn-fed", "free-range" or "organic". What next? How about chickens genetically modified to taste the way they used to? For details see yesterday
Andrew Dilnot explores the ubiquitous, powerful and sometimes deceitful language of numbers, both political and personal, in the eclectic magazine programme on all things quantifiable. Producer Michael Blastland
Novelist Louise Doughty asks Tanni Grey-Thompson , the quadruple gold medallist from the Sydney paralympics, and former culture secretary Chris Smith MP, to argue the case fortheir favourite paperbacks. Producer Miles Warde. Repeated Sunday llpm
Another celebrated raconteur reminisces before a live audience. 5: Warren Mitchell talks about where his love of acting began, the terrors of performing on live television and how Alf Garnett came into his life.
Producer Claire Jones
The state of your bowels can tell you a lot about your general health - but most people shy away from talking about it. Dr Graham Easton asks the experts what's normal, and how much evidence there is that a high-fibre diet really does protect you against cancer. Producer Paula McGrath. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The last of the second series of Bill Dare 's comedy about a struggling a cappella band.
4: The Ballad of Kenny and Christineby Sam Bain. The new love of Kenny's life is clever, beautiful and she loves singing. In fact she loves singing so much she wants to join the band. Which would be brilliant news if Nelson, Johnny and Lorelei didn't really, really hate her.
With Dave Lamb. Giles New , Bill Dare. Producer Gareth Edwards (R)
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