Buckfast Tonic Wine is lovingly made by the monks of Buckfastleigh in Devon and drunk in huge quantities on the streets of Scottish towns. It has been blamed for all kinds of social ills but are the young people of Glasgow and Coatbridge really driven to mischief and crime bythis "tonic"? And should the monks take any responsibility for where their product ends Up? Producer Adam Fowler
By Giovanni Guareschi , dramatised by Peter Kerry in four parts. Starring Joss Ackland.
3: Thunder andthe Ugly Madonna Beauty, as God keeps telling Don Camillo , comes from within. But that's little consolation when the time is coming for the annual procession round the village with the ugliest statue of the Madonna for a hundred miles.
Producer/Director Chris Wallis
Emily Buchanan returnS with a new series of thebest of EneNsh-language radio stations around the globe.
This week she interviews journalist Michele Montas about her husband's death atthe radio station they ran together and about her fight for free media in Haiti.
Producer Leonida Krusheinycky Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
The fourth of six dramas starring David Threlfall as the murder-solving priest. 4: Settling Scores by Mark Holloway. Paolo invites Tina to her first classical music concert and finds a murder gets things off on a wrong note.
Director Mark Lambert
3: Talking Rubbish. Steve Chalke meets
Graham Wiles of the Green Business network, who has just launched a new scheme that is reducing landfill, recycling waste and reclaiming the talents ofthe long-term unemployed. Producer Sandra Sykes
5: Autumn brings ferocious storms, but the well constructed wood ant nests survive the terrible gales. As autumn turns to winter, activity in the nest slows down and the wood ants prepare to hibernate.
Michael Rosen returns with a new series of the programme about words and the way we speak. 1: Stars, Bars and Blighty. With President Bush
"huntin' down" terrorists and "smokin' 'em out", what's next for the great Atlantic language divide? And when is swearing not really swearing?
Producer Alison Vernon-Smith Repeated Sunday at 8.30pm
Return of the topical comedy show, with Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis , Marcus Brigstocke , Emma Kennedy , Mitch Benn and Jon Holmes.
Producer Adam Bromley Repeated on Saturday at 12.30pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in the University of Bristol puts questions to a panel that includes former health secretary
Frank Dobson and the Liberal Democrat spokesman on international development Dr Jenny Tonge , and Daily Mail columnist Anne Leslie.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated on Saturday at 1.15pm
By Melissa Murray. Clare and Josie meet via the internet. Both have secrets that they want to share and when they meet there is an instant bond. But how much do they really know about each other?
Director Cherry Cookson
The return of the biographical series in which a living celebrity nominates a dead one and, with the help of an expert, then assesses that person's life. This week, Beryl Bainbridge proposes Robert Falcon Scott with expert advice from Bob Headland , archivist of the Scott Polar Institute. Chaired by Humphrey Carpenter. Producer Miles Warde
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