Kenya. Kenya's new government wants to show that it's serious about change and says it's clamping down on corruption. It has introduced compulsory free primary education and has released prisoners from death row. But schools are bursting atthe seams - there are not enough teachers and average class sizes are now up to 120. The death row prisoners may have been given theirfreedom but they only have the clothes they were standing up in. So can Kenya's National Rainbow Coalition government really overturn decades of misrule and corruption? Esther Armah travels to Nairobi to find out. Producer John Murphy Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
A series looking at the passion and history of dance. 2: Flamenco. Complex rhythms, flashing feet, thrillingguitars and sumptuous dresses-the entrancing story of flamenco is told by author and historian Robin Totton. Producer Sara Conkey
By Sue Teddern. Emma's husband was killed when he intervened in a burglary. When she returns to work her friends have no idea what to say and she finds herself increasingly lonely. By chance, she meets the uncle of one of her husband's killers, and an unlikely friendship develops.
Director Mary Peate
Stewart Henderson presents the problem-solving show that helps provide some answers to those irritating questions from everyday life. Phone [number removed] or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Producer Joanne Coombs
Dennis Sewell appeals on behalf of the Catholic
Institute for International Relations, an international charity working for the eradication of poverty. It works with people of all faiths and those of none. DONATIONS: [address removed] Credit-card donations: [number removed]
By AN Smith. 4: May (part two). "You sit beside me on the couch and you tell me you are planning to move the tree into our house...." Kirk Bage reads the concluding part of this story about an unusual romantic obsession. Producer David Jackson Young
4: Scientists edge closerto discovering the pattern of South Georgia's weather 20,000 years ago, but Vanessa Collingridge discovers cutting-edge science can still be scuppered by wet socks and belching Sea lions. For details see Monday
Many animal species throughoutthe world are facing the threat of extinction as new diseases spread through their populations - diseases that have unwittingly been introduced by humans. Some species have already lost the fight for survival. In
Hawaii numerous bird species have become extinct and amphibian populations throughout the world are disappearing. Scientists are now going on the counter-attack in an effort to prevent other species succumbing to the same threat. Quentin Cooper talks to researchers who are looking at disease threats and means of conservation.
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Aspirations abound in this first show of the new six-part series as Mel and Vicki launch themselves into the glittering world of show business. It's all eyes and teeth as they look forward to careers as out-of-work actresses. Starring Mel Hudson and Vicki Pepperdine with Martin Hyder , Lewis MacLeod and Jim North. Written by the cast with Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell , and edited by Graeme Garden. Music by Richie Webb. Producer Chris Neill
The storming of the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984 was followed by almost a decade of violence in Punjab in which many thousands of people were killed or disappeared. Lovejit Dhaliwal examines the legacy of the conflict and the continuing search for information about those who went missing. Producer Liz Carney
The Uncertainty Principle. War has made uncertainty a permanent feature of today's world. Peter Day investigates the effects the rapidly changing future will bring. Producer Sandra Kanthal Editor Stephen Chilcott Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
Last in a series of Scottish 19th-century tales of terror and mystery, dramatised by Marty Ross.
3: The Brownie of the Black Haggs. By James Hogg.
Lady Wheelhope has a reputation as a violent mistress to those under her power. Yet when desire for a mysterious servant overwhelms her, it's her own soul she exposes to terrible risk.
Director Bruce Young
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