By William M Kuhn. 3: Henry becomes Queen Victoria's private secretary. Life does not always run smoothly in this new role but Henry manages to find time to share ajoke with his beloved wife. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by the Rev Peter Whittaker. Thou Didst
Leave Thy Throne (Margaret). Luke 22, w24-30. The Servant King (Kendrick). 0 Love, How Deep,
How Broad, How High! (Eisenach). Director of music Darius Battiwalla.
The Kids' Company was established in south-east London to support children whose parents are unable to care for them due to their own difficulties. Gwyneth Powell observes the work of this extraordinary charity and examines its mission to save children from the abyss, producer Angela Hind
Comedy drama set in Renaissance Italy, written by Sue Limb and devised by Neal Anthony.
5: Confessions. Salvatore is hell-bent on making his family take confession. This is not a prospect that pleases Ludovico as he thinks Salvatore wants to excommunicate him for having a mistress and he is none too pleased at the prospect of goingtoa damnation of pitchforks and flames. Meanwhile
Allessandro is upsetthat Salvatore is making him put "little golden pants" on the cherubs that adorn the confessional.
Producer Dawn Ellis
The natural history quiz returns to the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in Gloucestershire where
Lionel Kelleway puts three more contestants through their paces, includingtheir knowledge of trees, butterflies and mythical monsters. Producer Sheena Duncan
Laurie Taylor talks to author and journalist
Christopher Hitchens about his latest book, Orwell's s Victory, which argues that Orwell was the single most important writer of the 20th century. But why was he so important? How has he influenced political journalism? And in what ways will Orwell continue to be relevant in the 21st century?
Producer Jacqueline Smith E-MAIL: thinking,firstname.lastname@example.org
Day Surgery. The Government sees an increase in day surgery as the keyto meeting its pledge to reduce waiting times for patients. Already about half of all operations in the UK are carried out as day cases. Graham Easton visits Kingston Hospital in Surrey to discover what this means for patients and medical Staff. Repeat of yesterday 9pm
With MarkLawson, including the verdict on the film Monster's Ball, which includes Halle Berry 's Oscar-winning performance as the widow of a prisoner executed by a racist prison officer. Producer Tom Morris
By Dolly Eltenton. 3: Dolly witnesses a change in the mood of the country as the Communist Party rids itself of traitors. But, in spite of the trials and executions, her commitment to the cause does not falter. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate on the moral conundrums behind one of the week's news stories. Claire Fox , Michael Gove , Ian Hargreaves and Steven Rose cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views.
Editor David Coomes Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
One of the world's largest sensitive telescopes, deep underground in a Canadian nickel mine, has been looking into the heart of the sun to detect ghostly particles, or neutrinos, that are released during solar nuclear reactions. Now that the array of neutrinos has at last been observed, Peter Evans examines how this feat of engineering will transform our understanding of the sun and cause researchers to reassess the standard model of particle physics. Producer Adrian Washbourne E-mail: email@example.com
Michael Feydeau, TV's much loved Inspector Niblett , and David Pershore , the crime expert with form, are your hosts for this evening's selection from the vaults of villainy, featuring a powerful mix oftheft, illegality, murder, murder and a bit more murder.
Written by and starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. Producer Adam Bromley
The continuing audio diaries by Salford's new poet-in-residence, as he brings a little culture to the deprived people of the North.
Sir Ralph holds his first public recital at the Lowry, Salford Quays - or Salford Quiche, as he observes. And he can no longer conceal the bulging Byronic passion triggered by his muse, Gail. With James Quinn, Alison Darling, Jack Deam, Mark Chatterton, Stephen Hoyle and Jemma Thompson.
2: Voices of the Divine. Michael Wood explores the role played by religious music during the Middle
Ages, and considers its relevance to us today. He finds out how the foundations of today's musical language were laid in medieval France. For details see yesterday
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