4: Clive Anderson examines the central skill of the barrister in any adversarial system, namely advocacy. His eminentguests include Clare Montgomery QC , who acted for General Pinochet, and Lord Justice Mantell.
Producers Bruce Hyman and Barbara Loftus
Thirty years after John Betjeman 's BBC television film, Metroland, poet Roger McGough travels round England by train and tram to reflect on what he sees from the steamed-up window.
In Newcastle he remembers an artistic stalker, and meets a man with his feet firmly in the clouds.
Mark Carwardine joins thousands of other bird watchers taking part in the first ever "Migration Watch", run bythe British Trust for Ornithology.
They are mapping out the movements of migratory birds including swallows, swifts and cuckoos as they move up through the country. He also explores the latest research, using unique wind-tunnel experiments at Lund University in Sweden, into how these small migrant birds are able to fly such huge distances. Repeat of yesterday 9pm
In the first of three programmes Michael Grade talks about his family and his work, and gives us an agent's-eye view of those who entertained us such as Spike Milligan , Morecambe and Wise.
Larry Grayson , Harry Worth and many more. And if that doesn't appeal, there's also the Skylons with their dislocating limbs act. Producer Jayne Gibson
Pianist Paul Wittgenstein lost his right arm as a soldier in the Second World War- his reaction was to commission some of the world's finest composers to write forthe left hand only, and to perform their works on some of the world's greatest stages. Written and presented by Pete Morgan. Producer VivBeeby
A trilogy of interlinked plays on contemporary values by Michael Duke. 1: Faith. Mairi has fallen in love with the man downstairs. The only trouble is, she's never actually met him - it's only his singing in the shower that has set her lonely heart pounding. Mairi never loses faith that he's the one for her. But her friends disagree.
Director Patrick Rayner
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2: A Photographer's Eye. As a press photographer, Don McCullin has seen more than his fair share of horror. Sitting in his beautiful Somerset garden he reveals to Leslie Forbes that it is angry skies that give his soul peace.
For details see yesterday
Matthew Parris isjoined by newsreader and journalist Huw Edwards and writer Lesley Chamberlain to discuss three of their favourite paperbacks: The Old Devils by Kingsley Amis, Death of a River Guide by Richard Flanagan and The Learning Game by Jonathan Smith.
Producer John Byrne Repeated Sunday llpm
Another yarn about Scotland's most celebrated doctor in Sue Rodwell's new dramatisation of AJ Cronin 's comic stories. 4: Wee
Robertson Finlay gets caught in the middle when a husband escapes his henpeckingwife by losing his memory.
Producer Jeremy Howe
In the first of a new series, Julian O'Halloran investigates the crisis facing the Post Office. Why has a massive profit of more than L600 million just four years ago, turned to equally massive losses now said to be running at more than one million pounds a day? Producer Andy Denwood Repeated Sunday 5pm
Training the Doctors. It takes years to train the medical staff we rely upon to look after us when we're ill . So how are the doctors of the future being trained, especially when the NHS plan has an ambitious target of providing 15,000 more doctors by 2008? Dr Graham Easton brings you the latest on how the doctors of the future - and the present- are being trained. Producer Paula McGrath
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