The second in the series in which British comedians return to their spiritual homes to perform. This week
Jocelyn Gee tries out her stands routine in the clubs ofafrica's biggest city, Lagos, and explores the role comedy plays in Nigeria - a country infamous for its chaos and corruption. Producer David Olusoga
Christopher Fitz-Simon's six-part comedy-drama.
2: Having decided to remain in Skibbogue and assume control of Butler's Funeral Furnishers, Frances discovers that it's not the dead but the living who will cause her most grief.
Music by Neil Brand. Director Eoin O'Callaghan
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By Gerry McKee. Comedy set in postwar suburbia, relating the childhood of one Victor P McCann , the product of a part-Catholic family who try their best to prevent him from experiencing any of the joys of carefree boyhood - despite a slight family tendency towards booze, fags and rebellion.
Director Cherry Cookson
The Gaia Energy Centre. In the early nineties the first commercial wind farm in Britain began operating in Cornwall. So many people stopped to look that a visitor centre, now the Gaia Energy Centre, was opened Paul Evans looks at the relationship between the centre and the local community. Producer David Parkinson
Five specially commissioned stories explore the soft underbelly of domestic life. 5: Hope, Faith and Blue Charity. By Lolita Chakrabarti. Hope Brown is the sort of girl you wouldn't notice at all - until you walked into her kitchen.
5: Infinity. Simon Singh concludes his look at some of the most intriguing numbers in mathematics, with the mind-boggling world of infinity-a subject that has excited and enraged mathematicians for centuries.
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Written by Graham Harvey. Director Keri Davies
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The final part of the drama by Mary Cooper.
10: Anne and Mariana continue their relationship under the same roof as Charles, but Anne makes a surprising discovery that could change everything.
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1: When Henry Cooper felled Cassius Clay (later
Muhammad Ali ) in 1963, it propelled sport from the back to the front pages. Simon Barnes remembers the news items it usurped - including the Profumo affair - with guests Henry Cooper , Anthony Howard and Claire Rayner. Producer Tom Alban
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