4:Berlin. In the final part of the series,
Uwe Westphal uncovers the social contradictions that mean Berlin is still a divided city, 13 years afterthe fall of the Wall. While the newly fashionable aristocracy entertains in lavish style, thousands are struggling to make ends meet-and not only in the former communist east. producer Tim Mansel
The children's illustrator Shirley Hughes reads another extract from her new memoirs.
2: "I applied to Oxford because I had been told, incorrectly as it turned out, that there was an ice-skating rink there...." For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Sparrowhawk. Mark Carwardine discovers why this bird of prey traditionally associated with woodlands is becoming so prevalent in urban gardens and if there's anything to be done to save the diners at the bird table from becomingdinnerforthe sparrowhawk. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
At the height of the Vietnam War in the 1970's, a new television series set in Korea hit the screens in the USA. Soon the swirling blades of the helicopter would become synonymous with one of the most successful sitcoms in history. On the 30th anniversary of the first television broadcast, Mark Lawson looks back at the lasting legacy of MASH.
The show that changed TV comedy for ever: p123 Dr Mark Porter on the influence of MASH: p43
Janet Ellis was famously dismissed as a Blue Peter presenter when she became pregnant out of wedlock. What most people didn't realise was that she already had an eight-year-old child - Sophie Ellis Bextor. She talks about having a daughter at number one in the charts and reveals what working on Blue Peter was really like. producer Bill Lloyd
By Ian Curteis.
Spy George Blake escaped from Wormwood Scrubs thanks to luck and the daring of a small-time Irish criminal, Sean Bourke. But, once in Russia, is their enforced exile together a worse fate than the cell they shared?
2: Plumbing, written and read by Ian Sansom. A rainy day is not a good day for a plumber. But, then again, there are really no good days in plumbing, which is how Sammy and his new wife come to invest in a spa from America called the Oasis. For details see yesterday
It's 21 March and the Fal Estuary in Cornwall is flooded by the high spring tide that laps at the base of the oak trees cloaking the sides of the flooded river valleys - potent encounter between the sea and the land. With Lavinia Greenlaw and travel writer Philip Marsden.
(For details see yesterday)
By Johnny Vegas , Tony Burgess and Tony Pitts.
4: Johnny and his charges leave the confines of the night school for a class outing to a sculpture park. But alcohol and a Ford Transit van containing eight losers are not the happiest of bedfellows.
Music performed and arranged by Paul Heaton and Tony Robinson Director Dirk Maggs Producers Helen Chattwell and Bruce Hyman
By AS Byatt. Dramatised by John Harvey. 7: Frederica takes John Ottakerto Yorkshire , but, back in London, she finds that she is being watched by his twin brother. For details see yesterday Repeat of 10.45am
Edward Stourton concludes his series about the coalition set up in the wake of the terrorist attacks of 11 September. 4: The Problems of Success. The coalition is faced with a swathe of new challenges. Member countries of the UN are meant to work togetherto fight terrorism, but America is determined to go it alone, if necessary, when it comes to Iraq. New relationships are forged between Russia and the United States but there is turmoil in the Middle East and the threat of a nuclear war in Asia. Producer Mark Savage
Repeated Sunday 5pm
By Karl Minns. The thorny issue of sex raises its ugly head - ie, Chester isn't having any, leading to rioting in a certain part of his anatomy. To make matters worse, Tiberius and Meryl, the REM's lead actor and actress, are refusing to work together because of the amount of nudity required.
Music composed by the Neutrinos Producer Dawn Ellis
Nethercott. Children's author Michael Morpurgo tells the story of Nethercott Farm - a Devon farm for city children. When Michael and his wife Claire bought Nethercott House they used it as a base for their dream of giving children a taste of a way of life far removed from the town. Producer Ian Phillips
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