David Aaronovitch continues exploring the way a state deals with issues such as ethnic diversity and cultural assimilation, centralised power, highbrow and dumbed-down entertainments. The state in question is the Roman Empire. 2: Life at the Top The emperor: autocrat or "man of the people"? How much powerdid his advisors have? Could influential friends help one's career? producer Rebecca Nicholson
By Keith R Lindsay and Martin Tomms. A comedy drama about two men cast adrift in a world where "quality time" reigns. Carl and Matt are those most harassed of divorced husbands, the ones with weekend access to their children. This is the story of: their exclusive self-help group - there's just the two of them and it's not really of help!
Producer Graham Frost
Bouquets, brickbats, questions and compliments - Roger Bolton dips into the mailbag and airs your views and opinions on BBC Radio programmes and policy. Send your comments and questions to: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 1QT PHONE: [number removed] FAX: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Penny Vine Repeated on Sunday
By David Ashton. A four-part series of detective stories set in Victorian Edinburgh. 3: The Second Shadow. Counterfeiters are at work in the city, and McLevy is under pressure to secure rapid convictions. But his mind is more on the deliciously immoral Jean Brash - surely McLevy isn't becoming jealous of the male company she keeps? Director Patrick Rayner
Belfast Bog Meadows. Chris Baines visits Belfast to discover how the community got together to preserve 50 acres of ancient wetland in the heart of the city. Send your comments or queries to: BBC Natural History Unit. Broadcasting House. Bristol BS8 2LR E-MAIL: email@example.com Producer Dave Parkinson
Elizabeth's sworn to secrecy.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the debate from Lewknor Parish Recreation Ground and Hall in Oxfordshire with a panel including the Conservative Party vice-chair, Patricia Morris, the chair of the Commons Media Culture and Sport Select Committee,
Gerald Kaufman MP, and the chief executive of the Countryside Agency, Richard Wakeford.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson
A contemporary thriller by Pearse Elliott. Eimear O'Hanlon is a doctor and a volunteer with the Samaritans who spends her life healing and helping people. When there is a murderer at large in the city, she stops being the helper and becomes the hunted.
Director Stephen Wright
5: On Easter morning, the drums are beating in commemoration of the Easter Rising. When Jamesie pays the Ruttledges a visit, however, he recalls his own experience of the turbulent past. For details see Monday
The biography series in which Humphrey Carpenter invites famous people to nominate great lives for studio discussion. This week the former parliamentary standards watchdog Elizabeth Filkinon Mary Ann Evans, better known as George Eliot. With Eliot's biographer, Kathryn Hughes. Producer Peter Everett
4: Voice of Everyman. Michael Wood concludes his series on medieval music by evoking the rowdy world of popular music-making that was as much a part of everyday life as it is today. Fordetailssee Tuesday
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